Philosophy

LdM offers courses in a variety of topics in philosophy, emphasizing a multidisciplinary approach to the study of philosophical phenomena.

LdM courses touch a range of disciplines, from Italy’s contribution to modern science, the history of political thought, symbolism and secret codes in art to Astrology, the Renaissance Theory of ‘Love’ and the search for the ‘divine.’

Course Listing

Western Philosophy: Methods and Inquiries
Introduction to Ethics
Introduction to Western Philosophy: Ancient and Early Modern Thinkers
Logical, Critical, and Creative: The Power of Reason
Environmental Philosophy
From Plato to Machiavelli: Classical Political Thought
Responsibility and Justice Towards Future Generations
From Machiavelli to the Present: Modern Political Thought
Italy’s Contribution to Modern Science
The Renaissance Theory of Love
Contemporary Issues in Bioethics
The Role of Magic in Renaissance Thought

Please note that this is a selection of LdM courses. Consult the current LdM Course Schedules  for offerings by site and session, and the LdM Academic Catalog for a complete list of courses, descriptions, and prerequisites.