Ancient and Early Medieval Philosophy

Stage One

TitleAncient and Early Medieval Philosophy
CodeW7106
Pre-requisitesNone
LecturerDavid Legg
NZ Credit ValueNZQA NQF Level 5 (15 credits)
AUS Credit ValueTEQSA AQF Level 5 (9 credit points)
Duration12 teaching weeks + 2 weeks study & exams + Assignment week + mid-semester break. For more details check the Academic Calendar
Course Unit OutlineSydney College of Divinity course description
Current Teaching See Papers taught this year and the Timetable
Fees (NZ$)See the Fees Guide
DescriptionThis course unit provides an introduction to philosophy by considering its origins in Greek philosophy and its encounter with Christian thought during the early Middle Ages. Students will also be introduced to the nature of philosophical inquiry and will examine several philosophical texts, thereby gaining a sense of the history of ideas.
Lecturer's IntroductionPhilosophy sets out to ask and answer radical questions about God, the world, and human life.
Mode of Study.Available on-campus only.
No distance mode.