This course is a survey of some of the key terms, ideas, movements, and arguments in philosophy. Students will learn about the questions asked in areas of philosophy such as metaphysics and epistemology. They will then learn about how movements such as rationalism, empiricism and existentialism attempt to answer these questions. Through engaged explorations of both classical and contemporary texts, students will develop the ability to comprehend and analyze philosophical texts. Discussions will emphasize the relevance of philosophy for our everyday lives. This journey is intended to be both informative and transformative.