Syllabus - Introduction to Philosophy
The Value of Philosophy
Why Bother About Zeno's Paradox?
Socrates' Speech of Defense
What Students Wrote about Socrates and the Absurd
Can We Prove that God Exists?
Anselm's Ontological Argument for God's Existence
Necessary Beings, Contingent Beings, and Possible Worlds
Kant on Cosmological Arguments for God's Existence
The Theological Problem of Evil
REACTION PAPER FOR INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY
MATRIX - the movie
Problems of Knowledge
The Problem of Induction
Ryle on Dualism
Human Intelligence and Artificial Intelligence
Philosophy -Mid-Term Examination
Extra Credit Paper for Introduction to Philosophy
Syllabus - Ethics
Reason and Sentiment in Moral Judgment: Huck Finn, Himmler, and Jonathan Edwards
Ethics - Paper Topic
Ethics in the 20th Century: Nietzsche, Sartre, and Wittgenstein.
ODYSSEUS MAKRIDIS(Post-Doctorate, Ph.D., Brandeis University; B.A., summa cum laude, Middlebury College), came to Fairleigh Dickinson in 2002 from Brandeis. He has also
been a Teaching Fellow in Ethics at the Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University. At Brandeis, his courses included "Classical Political Philosophy," "Natural Law," "The Idea of God," "Nietzsche," "Topics in Ethical Theory," "Foundations of Political Thought," and "Introduction to Philosophy."