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Phil 609: Studies in Existential Philosophy

Philosophy & Religion

Basic works and themes in existentialism, centering on the fundamental philosophical questions as they are raised in Hebrew and Greek thought, synthesized in Christian thought, and examined by the existentialist philosophers.

3 Credits


  • Consent of instructor required for all students not enrolled in the philosophy graduate program.

Instruction Type(s)

  • Seminar: Seminar for Phil 609

Subject Areas

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