The Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences has launched a new webpage to promote the availability of upcoming undergraduate courses to our students. This webpage can be found at:

The Department of Philosophy offers a variety of courses spanning a wide range of thinkers, areas and time periods. 1000 (first year undergraduate) and 2000 (second year undergraduate) courses typically provide introductions to different sub-disciplines of philosophy (e.g. metaphysics, epistemology, logic and moral philosophy), while also focusing on the development of research and writing skills. At the 3000 (third year) and 4000 (fourth year) levels, the focus of the courses narrows in on specific thinkers, problems and texts. 


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Graduate (6000) level courses are highlighy focused. The material studied for each course changes every year, as faculty members in the Department of Philosophy remain committed to teaching new material and sharing recent research. Graduate students at Memorial thus have the opportunity to play a sginficant role in ongoing faculty research projects.

Please Explore the links on the left to find out more about the courses we offer at both the undergraduate and graduate levels, and to become familiar with the type of courses we offer in various sub-disciplines. 

To see a list of the upcoming Fall 2017 course offerings, please click here.

To see a list of the upcoming Spring 2017 course offerings, please click here.

To see a list of the upcoming Winter 2017 course offerings, please click here.

For more specific descriptions of the Fall 2017 seminars, please see the following syllabi: