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UTSG: EAS241H1/PHL237H1 - Has anyone taken?

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Hello everyone:

I was wondering if anyone had taken EAS241H1/PHL237H1 at UTSG. I'm interested in the course. I've read the course outline and the anticalendar but I was wondering if anyone could tell me from personal experiences what the course was like? Does anyone have a timetable? If so, please PM me.


Course Description:

History of Chinese Philosophy [39L]

This is an introductory course, both historical and systematic, to the major philosophical traditions in China, such as Confucianism, Daoism, Buddhism, and their historical development from ancient to modern times in four periods: the emergence of Confucianism, Daoism, and other minor schools; the introduction of Buddhism and the development of various sects of Chinese Mahayana Buddhism; the development of modern Chinese Philosophy. Major thinkers, basic concepts and texts, and their historical contexts will be the focus of discussion.
Exclusion: PHL237H1
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