Wednesday, April 18, 2007

A free university / college education

If you share a love of free learning - with no cost or boundaries - here is a wonderful resource from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT):

MIT OpenCourseWare

MIT has graciously uploaded course lectures with topics ranging from astrophysics to feminist political thought.

As I love the idea of independent learning, content from one of the world's most renouned universities is priceless. (That was sort of a pun.) I have more to say about pursuing knowledge independently, but I'm saving that for a later post.

Currently, I'm studying the basics of general philosophy and philosophy of the mind. This will go a long way in helping me out: "Mind and Machines"

Some courses even have video and audio available.

Did I mention "free"?!

Here is a list of the topics they cover (note that there are many courses within these broad topics):

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