College of Humanities and Social Sciences

PHIL 378: Reason, Science and Faith in the Modern Age

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Credits: 3

Historical examination of the rise of sciences in the modern age (1500-present) and the impact this has had on religion, drawing from such thinkers as Luther, Bacon, Galileo, Newton, Pascal, Hume, Darwin, Kierkegaard, and James.

Satisfies General Education requirement for synthesis.

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