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The course:  An examination of the historical foundations and evolution of ancient Greek physics, mathematics, and medicine. Along the way, we will explore the surprising ways in which key aspects of these ancient Greek conceptual frameworks have been reincorporated into current scientific theories, including quantum physics and cosmology.

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Within the discipline of history, this course falls within the framework of the history of ideas--a field of research in history that deals with the expression, preservation, and evolution of ideas.

Intended audience: This course is open to all students. No prerequisites or specialized knowledge required. This course satisfies GE Area B5. For history majors, this course will count towards a European history elective. Other majors, contact your department chair.

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