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An introductory course on consciousness

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 with Stephen Garvey






short description:
The course focuses on the nature of knowledge and individuals perception from knowledge.
 
long description:
1. Origin of knowledge. (Different theories will be discussed including the traditional scientific view.)

2. Knowledge itself and as form. (i.e. what is knowledge?)

3. Who we are and whatever is outside of us. (Defining and distinguishing who we are and whatever is outside of us from knowledge.)

4. Our existence from knowledge, and the implications of us existing from knowledge.

5. The role of science and technology in our existence from knowledge.

6. Arguments opposed to the proposed Theory of Knowledge (i.e. perception from knowledge and at what I do not know ect.), including the Theory's view on the direction of civilization.

7. Conclusions.


 
level of difficulty:
intermediate
 
minimum class size:
5
 
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Introductory course on consciousness

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The course focuses on the nature of knowledge and individuals perception from knowledge.


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total duration: 7h 0m over 1 session(s)
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languages: English
duration: 7h 0m
fee: 80US$  (800lp)
payment: at booking
delivery method: live online and self-paced

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Canada


Stephen Garvey



description of :
clear, committed, listener, and intelligent.
 
Teacher's qualifications:
Masters of Philosophy degree in Environment and Development from The University of Cambridge.
Written six philosophical books, "I Am Existence", "The Anti-self", "Beyond Weakness", "The Inexpressible and The Unknown", and "Why I Am Right, A Philosophical Investigation of Consciousness", and "The Superman Philosophy".
Currently working on seventh philosophy work entitled, "The Critique of Reasonableness", and helping to run the "Challenge the Philosophy" competition at www.inexpressible.com
Participated in, and led, numerous philosophy discussion groups.

 
's preferred teaching style:
lecture of material, interactive discussion between students, interactive via written word, critical assessment of student's work followed by discussion, open forum for students to question....
 



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