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PHIL 264

World Religion
Name: World Religion
Course Number: PHIL 264
Credit(s): 3

Course Description

This course will cover religions worldwide, fostering an understanding of both differences and similarities in beliefs. Students will gain insights into diverse perspectives on people’s capacity to respect and appreciate diversity.

Learning Outcomes:

  • Grasp the role and function of religion in human life.
  • Explore theories on the origin of religion and the defining characteristics used to identify it.
  • Delve into conceptions of the sacred and the significance of symbolism in religion.
  • Discuss patterns for comparing and contrasting religions.
  • Recognize the value and benefits of studying religion.

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