In this course, Dr. Nash explores the relationship between Modern and Post-Modern philosophy. This is done through an examination of the thought of key philosophers, such as Immanuel Kant, G.W.F. Hegel, Soren Kierkegaard, Karl Marx, and Friedrich Nietzsche, and an exploration of the major movements in this period, including Naturalism, Romanticism, Nihilism, Existentialism, and Process Theology. In addition, Dr. Nash offers a critical analysis of the early 20th century liberal Protestant movement and the Evangelical response, particularly that of J. Gresham Machen.
Introduction to Modernism
Postmodernity and Deconstructionism
Jean Jacques Rousseau and Immanuel Kant
Immanuel Kant and the 12 Categories
A Critique of Immanuel Kant
Arrogant, Ad Hominem infested pseudo-expertise
This guy is reading from someone else's textbook and seems to be enraged against the morals and character of the intellectuals under consideration. It is less a thorough analysis of the ideas of these figures and more a political/religious diatribe. It is full of ad hominem attacks on the figures, not their ideas, aimed at undermining their influence and trying to tell his audience what to think.
Funny, sad, pathetic
Heidegger lecture was a combination of the wrong, the irrelevant and the faintly repellant. It was enjoyable in the way that reading a child's confused essay on existentialism might be, but this is not proper teaching. Obviously.
What an arrogant, conceited idiot. Stopped listening to the Heidegger lecture after 2 minutes. When was Satre a student of Heidegger?