PHI 265 : CHINESE PHILOSOPHY
This course (taught in English) explores the intellectual texts and traditions of China in the classical period, with an emphasis on Confucianism, Mohism, Daoism, and Legalism. Special attention may be devoted to comparing these Chinese traditions with dominant Western interpretations and alternative philosophies and religions. Supplemental material may explore artistic representations of classical Chinese thought as well as the continuing relevance of such traditions in contemporary Chinese society. Non-European/non-Anglophone GEP credit. Cross-listed with REL 265. Interfaith Studies.
GEP Humanities, GEP non-European/non-Anglophone, Major, Minor, Elective credit.