Registered Users & Guests Online
There are currently 0 users and 0 guests online.
Open Courseware and Resources- History: study of the past, focused on human activity and leading up to the present day.
introduces history of Islamic cultures, religious architecture that spans 14 centuries & 3 continents, studies representative examples from House of the Prophet to present in conjunction with their social, political & intellectual environments: readings, related resources
themed sections based around construction materials, Structures from all periods of history are analyzed, goal to provide understanding of the preservation of historic structures
examines European music from the early Middle Ages until the end of the Renaissance. It includes a chronological survey and intensive study of three topics: chant and its development, music in Italy 1340-1420, and music in Elizabethan England.
historical study of the origins of Christianity by analyzing the literature of the earliest Christian movements in historical context, concentrating on the New Testament, importance of the New Testament and other early Christian documents as ancient literature and as sources for historical study, central organizing theme of the course will focus on the differences within early Christianity (-ies)
Beginning with the earliest ancient thinkers, ideas and lives of the major philosophers covering in detail Plato, Aristotle, Avicenna, Aquinas, Descartes, and Kant) as well as the lesser-known figures of the tradition [ongoing podcasts]
Critique of Pure Reason, special focus on questions about idealism, ignorance of things in themselves, and about what, if anything, idealism has to do with this kind of ignorance, Kant's distinctive account of space, matter, and force, an alternative, and unorthodox, interpretation of Kant's distinction between phenomena and things in themselves: readings, related resources, study materials
Seminar in Political Philosophy [16 sessions and audio files]
survey of history of ancient Greek philosophy from the Milesians through Aristotle: Thales, Anaximander, Anaximenes, Heraclitus, Ship of Theseus, Parmenides, Zeno, Empedocles, Anaxagoras, Atomism, Socratic Definitions, Meno's Paradox, Plato's Phaedo, forms, "one over many", allegory of the cave, criticism of forms, Plato's cosmology, Aristotle's categories, Aristotle on change, four causes, texts & essays, search engines, links, news, just for fun
explores two revolutions in perception of the universe, Galileo (realization that what we see in the heavens—the moon, the planets, the sun and stars—are physical objects), Einstein (space and time are not as straightforward as they first appear, but related to each other in a simple but unexpected way)
Bookmark iBerry !