Courses

Course Offerings (Fall 2015)

COURSE

TITLE

INSTRUCTOR PREREQUISITES/NOTES BLOCK/DAY/TIME
PHIL 001-01 Intro to Phil: History of Phil Jeff McConnell Open to All D+ TR 10:30-11:45
PHIL 001-02 Intro to Phil: Problems of Evil Jeff McConnell Open to All H+ TR 1:30-2:45
PHIL 001-03 Introduction to Philosophy Christiana Olfert Open to All D+ TR 10:30-11:45
PHIL 001-04 Introduction to Philosophy Monica Link Freshmen Only J+ TR 3:00-4:15
PHIL 001-05 Introduction to Philosophy Monica Link Open to All L+ TR 4:30-5:45
PHIL 001-06 Introduction to Philosophy Valentina Urbanek Open to All H+ TR 1:30-2:45
PHIL 001-07 Introduction to Philosophy Valentina Urbanek Open to All J+ TR 3:00-4:15
PHIL 001-08 Introduction to Philosophy TBA Open to All I+ MW 3:00-4:15
PHIL 001-09 Introduction to Philosophy TBA Open to All K+ MW 4:30-5:45
PHIL 001-10 Introduction to Philosophy TBA Open to All M+ MW 6:00-7:15
PHIL 015-01 Introduction to Linguistics Ariel Goldberg XList LING 15, PSY 64 F+ TR 12:00-1:15
PHIL 024-01 Introduction to Ethics Monica Link Must also register for one recitation C TWF 9:30-10:20
PHIL0024RA Introduction to Ethics TA Section   R 10:30-11:20
PHIL 024RB Introduction to Ethics TA Section   M 10:30-11:20
PHIL 033-01 Logic Susan Russinoff Xlist LING 33
No credit if taken with 103
J M 4:30-5:20
TR 3:00-3:50
PHIL 038-01 Rational Choice Stephen White   G+ MW 1:30-2:45
PHIL 041-01 Western Political Thought I Ioannis Evrigenis Xlist PS 41, CLS 45 D+ TR 10:30-11:45
PHIL 043-01 Justice, Equality & Liberty David Denby Must also register for one recitation XList PS 43 I+ MW 3:00-4:15
PHIL 0043RA Justice, Equality & Liberty TA Section   R 12:00-12:50
PHIL 0043RB Justice, Equality & Liberty TA Section   F 12:00-12:50
PHIL 0043RC Justice, Equality & Liberty TA Section   R 3:00-3:50
PHIL 0043RD Justice, Equality & Liberty TA Section   F 10:30-11:20
PHIL 0048-01 Feminist Philosophy Nancy Bauer   F+ TR 12:00-1:15
PHIL 0093 Senior Honors Thesis ARR   ARR
PHIL 103-01 Logic George Smith   J M 4:30-5:20
TR 3:00-3:50
PHIL 112-01 Syntatic Theory Ray Jackendoff Xlist PSY 151, LING 112 G+ MW 1:30-2:45
PHIL 113-01 Cog of Society & Culture Ray Jackendoff Xlist PSY 132 10+ M 6:00-9:00
PHIL 117-01 Philosophy of Mind Stephen White   K+ MW 4:30-5:45
PHIL 122-01 Indian Philosophies Joseph Walser Xlist REL 141 10 M 6:30-9:00
PHIL 131-01 Epistemology Jody Azzouni One philosophy course E+ MW 10:30-11:45
PHIL 141-01 Global Justice Lionel McPherson Xlist PJS 141 D+ TR 10:30-11:45
PHIL 151-01 Ancient Philosophy Christiana Olfert XList CLS 151 L+ TR 4:30-5:45
PHIL 186-01 Phenomenology & Existentialism Avner Baz 2 philosophy courses 10+ M 6:00-9:00
PHIL 191-01 Use & Abuse of Philosophy: Plato to Nietzsche Amelie Rorty One philosophy course F+ TR 12:00-1:15
PHIL 191-02 Slavery: Its Moral History McPherson/Smith   H+ TR 1:30-2:45
PHIL 191-03 Foundations of Cognitive Science Daniel Dennett   11+ T 6:00-9:00
PHIL 191-04 Philosophy of David Lewis David Denby   G+ MW 1:30-2:45
PHIL 191-05 Philosophy in the Greek, Latin & Arabic Traditions Riccardo Strobino Xlist CLS 189 I+ MW 3:00-4:15
PHIL 193 Undergrad Independent Study ARR   ARR
PHIL 291-01 Rule Following Jody Azzouni   11+ T 6:00-9:00
PHIL 293 Graduate Independent Study ARR   ARR
PHIL 297-01 Graduate Writing Seminar Baz/Denby   2 W 8:30-10:30
PHIL 299 MA Qualifying Exam   Philosophy Graduate Students Only  
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