Philosophy Syllabus

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Republic of the Philippines
BATANGAS STATE UNIVERSITY
Gov. Pablo Borbon Main Campus I
Batangas City

COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, ARCHITECTURE AND FINE ARTS

GENERAL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT
Second Semester, AY 2015-2016

COURSE SYLLABUS

HUM 102
INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY
3 Units

Prerequisite: None

UNIVERSITY VISION

A University which shapes a global Filipino imbued with moral courage nurtured through values and excellent education.

UNIVERSITY MISSION

Batangas State University commits to develop productive citizens by providing the highest standard of instruction, research, extension service and production through value-laden learning experiences, community partnership and internationalization initiatives.

Course Title: Introduction to
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| | √ | | | 4.3. Relate the different schools of thoughts of Theism, Ontological Arguments and Cosmological Arguments with different real-life situations. | | | √ | | 4.4. Evaluate the norms and standards set by the society. | | | | √ | 5. THEORIES OF ETHICS | | | | | 5.1. Define Hedonism, Stoicism and Epicureanism. | √ | | | | 5.2. Distinguish and discuss Hedonism, Stoicism and Epicureanism | | √ | | | 5.3. Relate the different schools of thoughts of Hedonism, Stoicism and Epicureanism with different real-life situations | | | √ | | 5.4. Evaluate the norms and standards set by the society. | | | | √ |

6.0 TEACHING, LEARNING AND ASSESSMENT STRATEGIES

Being a multidisciplinary subject, Philosophy is taught dynamically. Different teaching strategies are utilized like discussion, brainstorming, exposition, group treatise, Socratic Method of debate and traditional lecture.

7.0 COURSE REQUIREMENTS

This course requires students to actively participate in the classroom discourses to be able to measure their critical thinking, analysis and synthesis. Students should pass the quizzes which will be administered regularly after each topic is discussed. They will also be asked to create essay writings on the principles tackled in class.

The four major assessments in this course are preliminary, midterm, semi-final and final examinations. The students should get 75
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