EDFD 744: Philosophy of Body
This course focuses on the richly varied aspects of the concept of the human body as these have been expressed and codified through history. It provides a site for the linkage of philosophical, psychological, anthropological, historical, political, religious, and social perspectives on corporeity and the phenomenon of embodiment. Its larger goal is to explore ways in which philosophy of the body offers opportunities for moral and ethical inquiry in classroom communities of inquiry. 3 hours lecture.
Prerequisites: Matriculation in Ed.D.in Pedagogy.