Introduction to Philosophy

Course ID
PSI 105
1st Semester

The aim of the students is to learn the philosophical problems and concepts and to learn the thinking about these subjects and concepts. 

The differences and partnerships between philosophy and other disciplines; It acquires the ability to recognize and distinguish concepts and problems in areas of basic investigation such as knowledge, science, and morality. Students recognize the concepts of philosophy; recognize philosophical problems; finds opportunities to discuss philosophical problems, understands and judges the accumulations of philosophy at the local and global level, acquires the ability to think, interpret and combine thinking, reading and information. The course includes the historical development of scientific thought, the philosophy of science, the development of the concept of critical thinking, and the place of critical thinking in the form of scientific thinking and practice. Psychology emphasizes the influence of philosophy, structuralism, functionalism, and associativity.