Comparative Worldviews: Local and Global Action through Philosophical and Psychological Research and Analysis (eve)

Quarters
Winter Open
Location
Tacoma
Class Standing
Freshman
Sophomore
Junior
Senior
W. Joye Hardiman

Students will leave this class with an in-depth understanding of culture, epistemology, axiology, logic, process, and pedagogy. They will also leave with an appreciation of the original AI (Ancestral Intelligence) as a ‘go to place’ for conceptual guidance.

At the end of the quarter, students will demonstrate their learnings by researching a contemporary issue, by analyzing the multiple world views at play within and without that issue, and then by using original AI (Ancestral Intelligence) to propose an action plan or an intervention strategy or re-set.

Anticipated Credit Equivalencies:

-5Psychology or Philosophy or Comparative Worldview

Registration

This course is for students accepted into the Tacoma Program

Course Reference Numbers
(5): 20270

Academic Details

5
25
Freshman
Sophomore
Junior
Senior

Schedule

Winter
2024
Open
Hybrid (W)

See definition of Hybrid, Remote, and In-Person instruction

Evening
Schedule Details
Tacoma