PHI 258 LOVE, DEATH, AND DESIRE
A study of the changes and perversions undergone by the themes of love, death, and desire in the history of Western thought, with emphasis on philosophical, religious, and psychological perspectives. Readings range over a wide variety of texts, from Plato to Sartre.
One course in philosophy other than PHI 103, or permission of the instructor.
Enrollment limited to 25 students.
A6, MOIB, MOIE, W