Intermediate Philosophy (IM 25) MATSEC
Weekly Sessions: 1 session of 2 hours
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Philosophy is a fascinating subject. It deals with some of the most basic questions human beings have asked themselves. Rather than providing easy or ready-made solutions, it encourages those who take it seriously to think about such questions systematically, to discuss them rigorously, to examine what others have said about them, to form considered judgements and derive sound conclusions from well-structured arguments.
Aims and Objectives
The Philosophy syllabus at Intermediate Level seeks to provide candidates with basic logical tools and thinking skills. It also aims at introducing them to problems in applied ethics of great topical interest (e.g. problems related to the beginning and end of life, war, sustainable development, the rights of future generations, etc.). In the history of philosophy section, students will learn about the beginning of philosophy and its development through the works of some of its earliest – and best – practitioners.
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