Apr 12, 2024  
Undergraduate Bulletin 2023-2024 
    
Undergraduate Bulletin 2023-2024
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L.CTL 265 - Philosophy and the Rise of Christianity


Credits: 3

This study travel course that traces how Christian thought led to new syntheses in regions where love for wisdom has not been left in ruins. Initial class meetings at Loras to engage primary texts, then travel to Sicily and Rome where on site visitation is integrated with reflection upon themes including: soul, body and the person; love and the will; women’s and men’s roles in political society; moral systems and virtue; God’s providence and power. L.PHI-100 or L.PHI-220, or one other philosophy or Catholic theology course are recommended but not required. Contact the CEL/course instructor for iteration-specific details.
Prerequisite: None
Co-requisite: None
General Education Classification: Not Applicable

Restrictions: Not open to students who have completed L.PHI-376
Cross-listed: This course is cross-listed as L.PHI-376. The courses are identical but transcripts will reflect the course number (L.PHI or L.CTL) that a student registers for and completes.



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