Introductory Indigenous Philosophy (PHIL 115.3)

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Description

This course introduces students to key concepts in indigenous philosophy, covering the main areas of philosophy such as value theory, the nature and limits of human knowledge, and the fundamental nature of existence. Sample topics include the unique character of Indigenous moral systems, Aboriginal ways of knowing, and the differences between Indigenous and Western European philosophies.

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This course may be used in partial fulfillment of the Humanities and General Requirements in most Arts & Science programs. Students may contact the Undergraduate Student Office (student-advice@artsandscience.usask.ca) to ensure the course may be used in their program.

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