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PURPOSE OF THE LOGOS WEB SITE

 


Leonardo da Vinci (Italian, 1452-1519)
The Proportions of the Human Figure (Vitruvian Man) (1490)

 


The primary purpose of the Logos web page is to provide students scholarly resources for the structured study of philosophy. Upon completion, the Logos web site will offer an extensive and varied range of scholarly materials designed to develop philosophical comprehension and critical reasoning skills. Consequently, projected content includes:

Course materials for Introduction to Philosophy, Logic, Ethics, Philosophy of Religion, Existentialism, and Honors Course in Selected Topics in Philosophy

Extensive and varied Philosophy Links

A Prismatic Perception of the Renaissance

Philosophy Glossaries


Taking Your First Philosophy Course: Strategies for Success

Professional contributions to the CCRI Faculty Resource Forum

Information on the Rhode Island Philosophical Society

Select bibliographies on philosophers, schools, movements, and problems

A philosophical interpretation and history of Logos

Information on the Clara Leclerc Philosophy Scholarship

Student contributions

Materials relating to a philosophical Critique of the Present Historical Moment

Materials relating to Critical Thinking Across the Curriculum


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