Lost University/Philosophy 201: I'm right, you're wrong: the us vs. them mentality

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PHI 201
I'm right, you're wrong:
the us vs. them mentality
Professor(s) Stephen Finlay, PhD
Shlomo Sher, PhD
Semester 2
# of Classes 1

This course examines the complex relationship between Right vs. Wrong, Us vs. Them, and Good vs. Evil, and applies it to both LOST and the real world.

Class 1


Why do we consider "others" as inherently bad? Through a philosophical discussion on morality, ethics, and how group dynamics influence our decision-making, this class is designed to provoke thought and discussion about how we come to decide between right and wrong.

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