The History of Human Thought (THOHT)  

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From the earliest times humans questioned the nature of life and existence.  Through the developments of civilization, a variety of perspectives emerged attempting to answer these questions.  This non-AP course will trace some of the many threads of human thought from pre-civilization to modern times through the integration of history, philosophy, religion, literature, art, and music. This course aims to demonstrate the way that human beings historically create and share meaning as individuals, as communities, and as cultures through what they document and produce. The course requires substantial amounts of reading. Can be taken as Regular or Honors with corresponding expectations in work quality and workload.

* Honors addendum: This section of the course carries additional rigor and higher expectations, which may include additional reading, longer essays, honors projects, and higher grading standards.

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