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PHIL106 Radical Philosophy


A study of radical ideas about the human condition—about freedom, authenticity, existentialism, nihilism, feminism, and modernity—from the work of Nietzsche, Sartre, and others.

Lecturer and Course Coordinator

Dr Zach Weber with guest lectures by Prof. Greg Dawes

Prescribed textbook



Weekly writing exercise (approx. 100 words per week)10%
Essay 1 (1000 words)20%
Essay 2 (1500 words)30%
Final examination40%