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UNIV 3581 - Faith, Reason, Imagination (TN eCampus)

(3 credits)
Faith, Reason, and Imagination is an interdisciplinary Humanities course. It will employ a variety of Humanities disciplines, most notably history, literature, philosophy, and religion, to examine the themes of faith, reason, and imagination, the three distinct ways by which people have claimed to know-to obtain knowledge, meaning, or truth. Our proposed subject of study can be helpful in clarifying how each one of us comes to answer questions, solve problems, and make decisions that are very personal to us. We shall be dealing directly with such personal topics as the existence and nature of God, right and wrong, and love.


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