This iBook is an edited collection of classical works from mythologies such as the Popol Vuh of the Mayans to classical, ethical treatises of philosophical perspective, such as the Crito of the Socratic dialogues of Plato to excerpts from Enlightenment philosophers such as David Hume on the topic of miracles from An Enquiry Into Human Understanding. The readings are organized into three thematic areas of the Dialogues of Learning-Origins, Ethics, and Theories of Knowledge. In addition, there are several essays by Lynn University faculty commenting on a specific author, such as Mary Daly or Thomas Kuhn. The iBook allows for links to external sources of video and audio lectures within iTunes U, as well as other external sources from Twitter, YouTube, etc. Course: DBR 200
Lynn University Digital Press
Boca Raton, FL
College of Arts and Sciences
The 2022 version is the 4th edition.
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