Indigenous and Western Philosophies

This course examines Indigenous ways of thinking and how they relate to western philosophies. Themes and questions that may be explored include cosmogony and cosmology, the natural environment, epistemology and knowledge systems, rights and law, the relationship between an individual and the community, land and property, education, mind and body, science and belief, reason and spirituality. It is recommended that students have obtained 6 credits among the following courses: INDG 1116, INDG 1117, INDG 2105, INDG 2285. PREREQ: 18 university credits. (lec 3) cr 3.

PHIL-3036EL
Philosophy (joint)
3.00
UG