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2012 -Summer

Honors College (HN)

Baylor Interdisciplinary Core (BIC)


BIC 2330
Social Wrld I:City & the Soul
2330   Social World I: The City and the Soul                      
Co-requisite(s): BIC 2334.
Prerequisite(s): BIC 1324.
   This course studies classic works from the ancient and medieval traditions of social and political thought up to the modern rejection of those traditions inaugurated by Machiavelli. Ancient and medieval thinkers typically conceived of civic life as involving an ordering of the soul as well as an arrangement of physical conditions and resources, while early moderns like Machiavelli promote a realism dominated by the concepts of material self-interest and bodily security.  With this course, we thus seek to put in place a framework to facilitate our own reconsideration of the famous "quarrel between the ancients and the moderns" on perennial questions of social and political organization. Representative texts include Aristotle's Politics and Ethics, Cicero's de Republica, Augustine's City of God, Aquinas' On Kingship, and John of Salisbury's Policraticus, in addition to Machiavelli's Prince and Discourses on Livy.
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1AClosed0-4N/A18220----- 3Regular
View BooksDouglas V. HenryGet Books
Start Date: 05/30/2012; End Date: 07/03/2012
Departmental approval required
Baylor in Turkey & Greece


BIC 3358
Biblical Heritage/Contem Ethic
3358   Examined Life II: Biblical Heritage and Contemporary Ethical Issues
Prerequisite(s): BIC 2340 and 2344.
   In-depth study of selected texts from the Old and New Testaments and examination of the approaches and resources used today and throughout Christian history in such study. Biblical perspectives on such ethical issues as human rights, environmental concerns and resource allocation will be examined to provide a bridge between the literary/cultural settings of the Bible and contemporary human experience and decision making.
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1AClosed0-3N/A18221----- 3Regular
View BooksDouglas V. HenryGet Books
Start Date: 05/30/2012; End Date: 07/03/2012
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Baylor in Turkey & Greece
F1Open153N/A18357MTWRF0945AM - 1115AMTIDWEL B043Regular
View BooksLynn TatumGet Books
Start Date: 05/30/2012; End Date: 07/03/2012


BIC 4389
British imperial Heritage
4389   Examined Life III Capstone: Special Topics
Prerequisite(s): BIC 3358.
   Synthesizes learning in two or more disciplines, or in some way connects modes or areas of learning not normally connected. This capstone course represents the culmination both of the Baylor Interdisciplinary Core experience and of the undergraduate experience. By integrating learning, and application, this course will bridge the gap between undergraduate life and life after graduation, leading students to form connections between their lives in the university and their lives in the wider community. The course will include significant written and oral projects. Religion majors and minors must repeat course once under a different topic.
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1BClosed0-6N/A18208----- 3Regular
View BooksStuart E. RosenbaumGet Books
Start Date: 07/05/2012; End Date: 08/08/2012
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Baylor in Oxford
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