2005 - 2006 College Catalog by ​Moorpark College

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philosophy philosophy phil m02h 3 units honors introduction to ethics prerequisites none class hours 3 lecture honors work done as an introduction to moral philosophy as the nature of ethical theory includes analysis of different major moral theories consequentialist and non-consequentialist includes the construction and evaluation of moral arguments honors work challenges students to be more analytical and creative through expanded assignments real-world applications and enrichment opportunities consideration is given to classical modern and contemporary authors various ways of developing an overall satisfactory ethical theory for contemporary society contemporary moral problems are examined applies to associate degree transfer credit csu uc igetc area 3b phil m07 3 units introduction to logic prerequisites none class hours 3 lecture explores deductive and inductive thought processes emphasizing definition verification validity forms of argument and of fallacious reasoning and application of various areas of inquiry provider approved by the california board of registered nursing provider number cep 2811 for 45 contact hours provider approved by the california board of registered nursing provider number cep2811 for 45 contact hours applies to associate degree transfer credit csu uc can phil 6 igetc area 3b phil m08 3 units philosophy of religion prerequisites none class hours 3 lecture an introduction to philosophical issues that arise from reflection on religious beliefs and practices topics covered will include issues such as the following the nature of religion arguments for the existence of god mysticism and religious experience divine perfection and the problem of evil faith and reason religion and morality life after death and the diversity of religious beliefs applies to associate degree transfer credit csu uc igetc area 3b phil m03 3 units social and political philosophy prerequisites none class hours 3 lecture introduces philosophical foundations of social and political thought emphasizes view of people when following individual rules as group members within social roles and as participants in legal relationships within political institutions demonstrates importance of philosophical assumptions about such collective human nature by clarifying differences and connections between these perspectives applies to associate degree transfer credit csu uc igetc area 3b phil m09 3 units symbolic logic prerequisites none class hours 3 lecture introduces symbolic logic including the logic of connectives and quantifiers includes truth functional composition consistency trees derivations and quantifications applies to associate degree transfer credit csu uc phil m04 3 units values and the environment prerequisites none class hours 3 lecture introduces ethics by exploring basic questions about the environment and its nonhuman inhabitants do animals have rights do humans have obligations to nonhuman entities including earth explores anthropocentrism egocentrism ecofeminism and multicultural perspectives of humankind and nature reviews ideas and arguments of philosophers concerning these and related issues encourages individual application of ideas presented applies to associate degree transfer credit csu uc igetc area 3b phil m11 3 units survey of world religions west prerequisites none class hours 3 lecture systematically introduces major ideas of the world’s western religious traditions including judaism christianity and islam explores cultural and historical contexts in which each religion arose as well as recent offshoots of these traditions views each religion from the standpoint of its proponents emphasizes main similarities and differences exhibited within these traditions provider approved by the california board of registered nursing provider number cep2811 for 45 contact hours applies to associate degree transfer credit csu uc igetc area 3b phil m05 3 units critical thinking and analytic writing prerequisites engl m01a class hours 3 lecture introduces critical reasoning including analysis and synthesis induction and deduction and identification of assumptions and perspectives emphasizes oral and written analysis and argumentation clarifying fact belief and value and identifying and avoiding common fallacies of thought logic and language expands development of critical reading analytic writing and the relation of writing to critical thinking beyond level achieved in engl m01a applies to associate degree transfer credit csu uc igetc area 1b phil m12 3 units survey of world religions east prerequisites none class hours 3 lecture systematically introduces major ideas of the world’s eastern religious traditions including hinduism zoroastrianism buddhism jainism sikhism taoism confucianism and shinto explores cultural and historical contexts in which these religions arose views each religion from the standpoint of its proponents emphasizes main similarities and differences exhibited within these traditions provider approved by the california board of registered nursing provider number cep 2811 for 45 contact hours applies to associate degree transfer credit csu uc igetc area 3b 157 moorpark college catalog 2005/06