PHI 4010: Critical Thinking in Practice.
4 hours, 4 credits. A capstone for the Minor in Reason and Exposition, which is also open to non-minors. Students will be directed toward a semester-long independent research project applying basic skills in critical reasoning, writing and quantitative analysis. The specific research topic to be decided by each student under instructor supervision. The course is characterized by in-class discussion of ongoing projects and culminates in in-class presentations and a final paper on each project. Prerequisites: PHI 169, PHI 170, ENW 201; Pre or co-requisites: PHI 230, SOC 3470; or by Departmental Permission.
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