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This course is an exemplary model for a gamified online course component in a hybrid course. It will engage you in the critical investigation and reflective analysis of such fundamental philosophical questions as freedom and moral responsibility, the nature of being and knowledge, the existence of God and the problem of evil, and...
This course is an exemplary model for a gamified online course component in a hybrid course. It will engage you in the critical investigation and reflective analysis of such fundamental philosophical questions as freedom and moral responsibility, the nature of being and knowledge, the existence of God and the problem of evil, and individual rights and social justice. The course emphasizes the relevance that philosophy has to contemporary problems and challenges you to think, read, write, and speak critically and thoughtfully. This course runs as a semester-long alternate reality game (ARG), Dungeons & Discourse, within the Canvas learning management system and in f2f class meetings. Course Goals. Your goal is to defeat the five Dread Aesiphron who control the regions of Sophos, each of which represents a major branch of philosophy. To do this, you’ll travel throughout Sophos, completing Quests and building your six Skills, participating shrewdly in the Marketplace of Ideas, and pursuing Guild membership. Your Skills are Consistency, Rigor, Research, Rhetoric, Precision, and Skepticism. You will develop a broad familiarity with the primary regions of Sophos, as well as some of the important principles and practices of the land, and will use the writings of past travelers to help you figure out how to defeat the Dread Aesiphron. Prerequisites. A brain. Participation. A computer.