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Studying philosophy will teach you to think clearly and critically, and to communicate complex ideas effectively both orally and in writing. Philosophy will prepare you for a wide range of careers, earn more than any other humanities major, transform you into an engaged and responsible citizen.
Below are Philosophy Open Educational Resources (OER) / Zero Textbook Cost courses created by Brooklyn College.
OERs are organized by Course Number
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PHIL 2101 (Campos) (Fall 2020)
Course: PHIL 2101 Title: Introduction to the Problems of Philosophy Professor: Daniel Campos Platform: Blackboard Semester: Fall 2020
PHIL 2101 (Lurz)
Course: Philosophy 2101 Title: Introduction to Problems of Philosophy Professor: Lurz Platform: LibGuides CMS
PHIL 2101H (Shottenkirk)
Course: PHIL 2101H Title: Introduction to the Problems of Philosophy Professor: Dr. Dena Shottenkirk Platform: LibGuides Semester: Fall 2021
PHIL 3314 (Gluzman)
Course: PHIL 3314 Title: Moral Issues in Business Instructor: Mariya Gluzman Platform: Blackboard Status: Active: Fall 2020
PHIL 3410 (Lurz)
Course: PHIL 3410 Title: Epistemology Instructor: Robert Lurz Platform: Libguides Status: Active, Fall 2020
Course: PHIL 2101 Professor: Daniel Campos Platform: CUNY Academic Commons Semester: Fall 2022