Courses

Course Offerings (Spring 2011)

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COURSE

TITLE

PREREQUISITES/NOTES INSTRUCTOR BLOCK/TIME
001-01 Introduction to Philosophy Open to All Chris Robichaud E+MW
10:30-11:45
001-02 Introduction to Philosophy Open to All Chris Robichaud G+MW
1:30-2:45
001-03 Introduction to Philosophy Open to All Ben Allen J+TR
3:00-4:15
001-04 Introduction to Philosophy Open to All Jeff McConnell G+MW
1:30-2:45
001-05 Introduction to Philosophy Open to All Jeff McConnell K+MW
4:30-5:45
001-05R Mandatory Film Section     M
7:00-9:00
001-06 Introduction to Philosophy Open to All Ben Allen H+TR
1:30-2:45
001-08 Introduction to Philosophy Open to All Valentina Urbanek I+MW
3:00-4:15
001-09 Introduction to Philosophy Open to All Valentina Urbanek K+MW
4:30-5:45
001-10 Introduction to Philosophy Open to All Gal Kober L+TR
4:30-5:45
001-11 Introduction to Philosophy Open to All Gal Kober J+TR
3:00-4:15
006-01 Reasoning & Critical Thinking None Susan Russinoff J+TR
3:00-4:15
016-01 Philosophy of Religion Xlist REL 06-01 Elizabeth Lemons F+TR
12:00-1:15
024-01 Intro to Ethics Also register for Recitation David Denby I+MW
3:00-4:15
024-A Mandatory recitation   TA DR
10:30-11:20
024-B Mandatory recitation   TA DR
10:30-11:20
024-C Mandatory recitation   TA JR
3:00-3:50
024-D Mandatory recitation   TA LR
4:30-5:20
024-E Mandatory recitation   TA EF
10:30-11:20
033-01 Logic None Susan Russinoff F-TRF
12:00-12:50
038-01 Rational Choice None Patrick Forber E+MW
10:30-11:45
042-01 Western Political Thought II None Dennis Rasmussen I+MW
3:00-4:15
052-01 Aesthetics None Stephen White G+MW
1:30-2:45
092-01 Language, Thought & Culture None Brian Epstein H+TR
1:30-2:45
092-02 Paradoxes None Ben Allen 10 M
6:30-9:00
092-05 What is Analytic Philosophy: A Survey None David Denby 0 M
9:00-11:30
094-01 Senior Honors Thesis   Staff ARR
114-01 Topics in Logic: Quine from Early to Late 033 Azzouni/Smith 11 T
6:30-9:00
116-01 Philosophy of Science None George Smith J+TR
3:00-4:15
117-01 Philosophy of Mind 01, one other phil crse, & Jr stand or consent Stephen White K+MW
4:30-5:45
120-01 Metaphysics 33 or 103 or consent Brian Epstein L+TR
4:30-5:45
124-01 Bioethics Jr. standing or greater Mitchell Silver 11 T
6:30-9:00
125-01 Racism & Social Inequality one phil course or sophomore standing Lionel McPherson H+TR
1:30-2:45
141-01 Global Justice one phil course or sophomore standing Lionel McPherson D+TR
10:30-11:45
150-01 Plato's Socrates None Ioannis Evrigenis H+TR
1:30-2:45
152-01 History of Modern Philosophy one phil course or consent Christiana Olfert E+MW
10:30-11:45
188-01 Plato's & Aristotle's Ethics 151 recommended Christiana Olfert 12 W
6:30-9:00
192-01 Topics in Phil of Biology: The Boundaries of Darwinian Theory Grad student, or Jr standing or consent Dennett/Forber 5+ M
1:20-4:20
192-02 The Legacy of Thompson Clarke one phil crse or consent Avner Baz 13 R
6:30-9:00
192-03 The Phenomenology of Public Language 2 philosophy courses Jody Azzouni 10 M
6:30-9:00
192-04 Wittgenstein's Philosophical Investigations None Avner Baz D+TR
10:30-11:45
194-01 Undergrad Independent Study   Staff ARR
294-01 Graduate Independent Study   Staff ARR
297-01 Graduate Writing Seminar One semester in PHIL Dept. MA program, or consent Bauer/Russinoff 7 W
1:30-4:00
401-PT Dept. Graduate Part-time      
402-FT Dept. Graduate Full-time      
405-TA Dept. Teaching Assistant      



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