2013-2014 Samford University Catalog 
    
    Sep 29, 2022  
2013-2014 Samford University Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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UFWT 202 - Western Intellectual Tradition IV: The Challenge of Modernity

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Fourth in a four-semester sequence, this interdisciplinary seminar examines modernity’s impact on the Western intellectual tradition. Through the works of Austen, Marx, Darwin, Woolf, Nietzsche, and others, students will explore how modernity has questioned the foundational assumptions of Western thought. Discussions in this course are intended to prepare students for their study of Non- Western cultures in the junior and senior year. Satisfies the social sciences requirement for students majoring in the following college/schools: Arts & Sciences, Business, School of the Arts; in the following departments: Human Development and Family Life Education (satisfies the SOCI 100  requirement only), Kinesiology, Nutrition and Dietetics; and in the following majors: ESEC (curriculum and instruction), pre-pharmacy (fulfills one liberal arts requirement). Students pursuing other majors within the School of Education should contact their academic advisor for equivalency information. Prereqs: UFWT 101 , UFWT 102 , and UFWT 201 . Offered: Spring.



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