This college course, an Introduction to Philosophy, is not a
history of the great philosophers and their systems. It is not a
survey of the traditional divisions of philosophy--metaphysics,
epistemology, phenomenology, ethics, politics, and aesthetics. It
is, however, a process of doing philosophy that takes up some of
the basic questions and problems that we will all encounter in
life--sooner or later. It is also an application of the Socratic
method of teaching and learning that develop habits of independent,
critical, and reflective thinking. It is a series of Socratic
seminars on the Great Books by the greatest faculty of the Western
world and a process that illustrates how to pass from the world of
work, need, and empirical science into "the world of all things"
(beings) that Being provides
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