HON 3133 - Design, Chance, & Necessity3 Credit Hour(s)
Seminar on the origins and development of the modern scientific worldview. Readings and discussions enable students to contrast the Classical and Medieval cosmologies with the view of man and the universe offered by Baconian and Darwinian naturalism. Discussions of the relationship among philosophy, religion, and theology culminate with an examination of contemporary challenges to presuppositional naturalism from theistic movements like Intelligent Design.
Prerequisite: HON 2103
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