Full course for one semester. The course examines the major schools and issues of Hellenistic philosophy. The course begins with a brief overview of Greek philosophy before the Hellenistic period, then examines the writings and philosophic doctrines of the Epicureans, Stoics, and Academic Skeptics. Discussions include various topics in ancient physics, epistemology, logic, and ethics. Prerequisite: Humanities 110 or consent of the instructor. Conference. Cross-listed as Philosophy 303. Not offered 2006-07.
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