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Philosophy and Literature

PHIL 210

Credits: 
4

In this course we will explore the dialogue that has existed between philosophic and literary discourse since antiquity. Readings from classical thinkers such as Sophocles, Aristophanes, and Plato will be complemented by works by Bacon, Shakespeare, Goethe, Wallace Stevens, Woolf, and Nietzsche. In this course students will develop a better sense of the literary aspects of philosophic texts and the philosophic depth achieved by great works of literature. Students should also be able to perform basic explications of philosophical and literary works.

Time: 
T, R 10:30am - 12:20pm
Course Term: 
Summer 2013
Course Location: 
MCG 149
Grade Format: 
Letter Grade