Instructional Video Catalog:   Title Description

Offering an in-depth analysis of the wisdom of the Western world, this series studies the "great questions" that have intrigued philosophers from antiquity to the present. Using writings of past philosophers and interviews with more than 50 contemporary thinkers, the series explores such questions as: What is art?; Does God exist?; What is the meaning of life?; and Does the end justify the means?

Production Date:  1998
Length:  26, 30-minute programs
Subject:  Philosophy Ethics
Non-Members:  Not available
Titles in this Series:

Does Knowledge Depend on Experience?
Does the Mind Shape the World?
What is Philosophy?
What is Human Nature?
Is Mind Distinct from Body?
Is There an Enduring Self?
Are We Social Beings?
What is Real?
How Do We Encounter the World?
Do We Have Free Will?
Is Time Real?
Does God Exist?
Can We Know God Through Experience?
Is Reason the Source of Knowledge?
How Does Science Add to Knowledge?
Does Science Give Us Truth?
Are Interpretations True?
Is Morality Relative?
Does the End Justify the Means?
Can Rules Define Morality?
Is Ethics Based on Virtue?
Moral Dilemmas ... Can Ethics Help?
What Justifies the State?
What is Justice?
What is Art?
What is the Meaning of Life?


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