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Lecturer:

Fr. Joe Lopez Carpio

Dr. Kevin Wee

 

Contact:

email (Fr. Joe)

email (Dr. Kevin)

Class Venue:

CTIS - Level 3

 

Assessment:

Graded

 

Requirement:

Open

 

Duration:

16 weeks

 

Credits:

3

 

Lecture-hours:

48

Philosophical Anthropology
PH112

Semester 2, 2017

LOPEZ & WEE.
TBA (To be announced)

 

Class Dates: TBA

Examination: TBA

“I have become a mystery to me, myself” (St Augustine, Confessions 10, 33.50). One of the most important goals of philosophy is to know ourselves, the human being. This course seeks to understand the human person from the philosophical standpoint. It deals with the human person as a subject (endowed with intellect and sentiments) and a person (with the specific goal of happiness), who is in relationship with the world, others and God. The philosophical reflection is meant to assist the students to know and to live themselves better as human persons in a social life with different levels of communities. The course also deals with affectivity and sexuality (family, matrimony), culture, religion, development of the human being in contact with work and technology; leisure and history.