PHIL 370  Contemporary Western Religious Thought  Credits: 3 (3-0-0)

Course Description: Contemporary interpretations of significant Western religious traditions.
Prerequisite: PHIL 106 or PHIL 171 or PHIL 172 or PHIL 270.
Term Offered: Fall.
Grade Mode: Traditional.
Special Course Fee: No.

Major in International Studies, Asian Studies Concentration

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...Japanese PHIL 172 Religions of the East PHIL...International Political Economy ECON 370 Comparative Economic Systems...

Major in Social Work

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...149 The Microbial World PHIL 130 Bioethics and...Justice Movements 3 ETST 370 Caribbean Identities 3...

Major in Ethnic Studies, Women’s Studies Concentration

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...Chicana in Society 3 PHIL 353 Feminist Philosophies...Environmental Justice Movements ETST 370 Caribbean Identities ETST...

Major in Anthropology

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...330 Human Ecology ANTH 370 Primates ANTH 372...Humanities sections only), MU, PHIL, SPCM, TH. 4...