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Fall 2012 - Springfield
Apr 18, 2014
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PHI 313 - Animals and Human Civilization
This course examines social, religious, and philosophical perspectives on animals from pre-Biblical times to the present, especially the ways in which animals have provided essential metaphors for social divisions along lines of tribe, gender, clad, race, and other categories. It will look, for example, at the social and political consequences of developments that have helped redefine relations between people and animals such as the Theory of Evolution and, most recently, the development of artificial intelligence.
4.000 Credit hours

Levels: Undergrad - Springfield
Schedule Types: Online

Philosophy Department


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