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Humanities Exploration
This course is suitable for students taking their first philosophy course, or those wishing to broaden their understanding of philosophical issues. The course focuses on topics related to God, faith, and religion. Examples of the kinds of topics considered include: philosophical arguments for and against the existence of God; the case for and against miracles; the so-called problem of evil; the seeming tension between science and faith; the impact of religion on society; conceptions of the divine; the psychology of religious belief; the problem of whether there's any basis for objective morality if there is no God.