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ENGL 3341

Great Books of the Western Tradition - Classical Period to the Renaissance

Three semester hours

An intensive study of one or two philosophical classics or a series of readings selected from the classics of Western tradition before the Renaissance, from Greco-Roman period to Renaissance. Classics such as Plato's Republic, Plutarch's Lives, Marcus Aurelius' Meditations, Dante's Divine Comedy may be read. May be repeated for credit when topic changes. Prerequisite: Three hours of sophomore literature or consent of instructor. Cross-listed with HIST 3341, PHIL 3341, and PSCI 3341.

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