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|CAP 123 - How Do You Know? Exploring Human Knowledge|
Uses current issues, case studies, and direct experience to explore the methods that various disciplines in the humanities and social sciences employ to justify claims to knowledge. Topics include the reliability of sense perception, the influences of culture on science, research methods, fallacious arguments, and poetic truth. Students must enroll in and pass both CAP 115 and CAP 123 in the same semester. Course Information: Prerequisite: CAP 111, with a grade of C or better, CAP 122. Restricted to Capital Scholars Honors students. This course fulfills a general education requirement at UIS in the areas of Humanities or Social and Behavioral Sciences.
3.000 Credit hours
Levels: Undergrad - Springfield
Schedule Types: Lecture-Discussion
Capital Scholars Courses Department
UIS: Capital Scholars, UIS: Humanities, UIS: Soc & Behavioral Sciences