PHLB99H3 Writing for Philosophy

Philosophical writing emphasizes clear reasoning. Students will learn to analyze texts, to discern and assess argument structure, and to develop techniques for writing a clear well-argued analysis of a subject matter. These key writing skills lie at the core of philosophical method and they are also applicable across subject areas and disciplines. This course is strongly recommended for philosophy specialists and majors, open to philosophy minors, and open to all other students by permission of the instructor.

Prerequisite: 

0.5 credit in PHL courses, excluding [PHLB50H3 and PHLB55H3]

Breadth Requirements: 
History, Philosophy & Cultural Studies