Hopkinsville Community College Philosophy Courses

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The Overall Objective of the Philosophy Courses:

A general introduction to Western Philosophy courses attempts to answer many questions, (but not limited to).

  • What is the Human Condition?

  • Should assisted suicide be condone?

  • Is this world real?

  • What does it mean to be in love and have friends?

  • Can we prove God exists?

  • Should nurses be friends with their patients?

  • How is our mind related to our bodies?

  • What is ethically right?

  • How do we determine who has the right to healthcare?

  • What are truth and justice?

  • Do we have free will to do as we please?

  • Are we in control of our lives?‚Äč

Fall 2021 Course Listings

Course Instructor Campus Dates

PHI 100 - Introduction to Philosophy 

(41Z2) (80304)

Kelly Perez
Hopkinsville Community College - Online

01/10/2022 - 03/06/2022

First 8 weeks

PHI 130 - Ethics 

(40Z1) (80160)

Kelly Perez
Hopkinsville Community College - Online

03/14/2022 - 05/08/2022

Second 8 weeks

PHI 110 - Medical Ethics 

(40Z1) (80240

Dr. Kenneth Stewart Casey
Hopkinsville Community College - Online

01/10/2022 - 05/08/2022

16 weeks

REL 130 - Intro to Comparative Religions

(40Z1) (80190)

Dr. Kenneth Stewart Casey
Hopkinsville Community College - Online

01/10/2022 - 05/06/2022

16 weeks

REL 101 - Intro to Religious Studies

(40Z2) (80257)

Dr. Kenneth Stewart Casey
Hopkinsville Community College - Online

01/10/2022 - 03/06/2022

first 8 weeks

REL 121 - Introduction to the New Testament

(40Z1) (82848)

Dr. Kenneth Stewart Casey
Hopkinsville Community College Online

03/14/2021 - 05/12/2022

second 8 weeks

REL 101 - Intro to Religious Studies

(40Z1) (82846)

Dr. Kenneth Stewart Casey
Hopkinsville Community College
Online
03/14/2022 - 05/08/2022