This course provides students with an interdisciplinary introduction to the study of fundamental questions in social sciences, natural sciences, and other humanities. Special emphasis is placed on developing critical thinking and writing skills and enhancing students’ understanding of the key themes in philosophy and their significance from an interdisciplinary perspective.
Learning activities include lecture, class discussion and debate, film screening, a short quiz, a group presentation, and an individual assignment. In lecture, students will be introduced to philosophical problems related to the study of social sciences, natural sciences, and other humanities. Class discussion and debate, the group presentation, and the individual assignment provide students with the opportunity to learn in an active and engaging manner.