INSTITUTE FOR FAITH & CULTURE

How Should I Live?

How Should I Live?

Class Overview

This course studies fundamental questions of good and evil and human happiness by engaging the answers given by philosophers, saints, and ordinary men and women throughout human history. Students will learn how to analyze and judge between different theories, and to see their real implications by applying them to current issues. Special attention will be paid to the thought of St. Thomas Aquinas and the Catholic intellectual tradition as summarized in Veritatis Splendor. Offered in the spring semester by Dr. Murray.

 

CLASS DETAILS

Time & Location TBA in Spring Semester

Prerequisite: ENGL 102: Critical Reading and Writing. This course is accredited through Donnelly College (PH 213 General Ethics) and transfers to KU as PHIL 160: Introduction to Ethics. It fulfills KU Core Goals: AE51, GE11, GE3H. KU students will need to register with the IFC (see the button to the left) and then follow the instructions in the email you will receive to finalize registration.

Tuition and Fees for the three credit course are $600. Scholarships are available!