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PHIL 137 SC - Skepticism


In this course we will discuss various arguments (old and new) for different versions of skepticism, the view that our beliefs about some subject matter are ungrounded, unjustified, irrational, or otherwise defective. These skeptical arguments oblige us to clarify the nature of evidence, probability, rationality, and the significance of disagreement among peers.

Prerequisite(s): One philosophy course or permission of instructor.
Course Credit: 1.0


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