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FALL COURSE OFFERINGS

DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY

Course Offerings, Fall 2012

(subject to revision; changes will be posted)

 See below for slot schedule

 (for on-line syllabi/descriptions please click on links below, where available; for calendar descriptions of courses, click here)

Phil 1000-001 (R/W)

54482

Phil of Human Nature

19

P. Trnka

Phil 1100-001

56174

Critical Thinking

03

A. Sullivan

Phil 1200-001 (R/W)

43384

Intro to Philosophy

04

Gil Shalev

Phil 1200-002 (R/W)

50832

Intro to Philosophy

05

A. Stafford

Phil 1200-003 R/W)

56176

Intro to Philosophy

11

P. Gratton

Phil 1200-004 (R/W)

56178

Intro to Philosophy

18

S. McGrath

Phil 2210-001

41017

Logic

05

S. Gardner

Phil 2220-001

42742

Epistemology

18

J. Foster

Phil 2230-001

50836

Moral Philosophy

07

P. Gratton

Phil 2500-001

53358

Contemporary Issues: Modern Western Esotericism This course surveys the currents of thought that comprise modern western esotericism and examines the writings of key thinkers in its development.   click for full course description

 

04

 

A. Butler

Phil 2551-081

53458

Health Ethics

WWW

C. Cramm

Phil 2551-083

57678

Health Ethics

WWW

G. Shalev

Phil 2553-001

57735

Biomedical Ethics

04

R. Critch

Phil 2571-081

53462

Technology

WWW

C. Cramm

Phil 2581-081

53463

Phil of Film

WWW

J. MacGillivray

Phil 2582-081

 

 Media Ethics

 WWW

 J. MacGillivray

Phil 2701-001

57685

History of Ancient Phil

03

S. O’Neill

Phil 3110-001

57689

Intermediate Logic

07

S. Gardner

Phil 3150-001

50843

Phil of Science

20

J. Foster

Phil 3740-001

57699

Aristotle

05

S. O’Neill

Phil 3820-001

57702

Rationalism

20

S. Rajiva

Phil 3890-001

57704

Marxism

18

P. Trnka

Phil 3910-001

57706

Analytic Philosophy

19

S. Gardner

Phil 4743-056/6011-056

57708

Seminar in Spec Authors/Texts: Aristotle's Metaphysics A detailed reading of the Metaphysics looking back to Plato's theory of forms and how Aristotle develops Plato's position

 

30

S. O’Neill

Phil 4744001/6014-001

57710

Seminar in  Spec Authors and Texts:  Hegel: The Philosophy of Mind  

 

13

A. Stafford

Phil 4841-056/6013-056

57712

Seminar in C20th/21st Phil: The Philosophy of the Unconscious We will be reading Ellenberger, Schelling, Hegel, Schopenhauer, von Hartmann

32

S. McGrath

Phil 5000-001

45437

Field Placement

99

P. Trnka

 

 

 

 

 

Phil 6011-056/4743-056

 58116

Ancient& Medieval Philosophy: Aristotle's Metaphysics A detailed reading of the Metaphysics looking back to Plato's theory of forms and how Aristotle develops Plato's position

 

30

S. O’Neill

Phil 6012-001 click for list of required texts and editions

 43711

Modern Philosophy: Kant: Rational and Empirical Subjectivity in the Critical Philosophy  We will be reading material from all  three Critiques but focusing on the Critique of Judgment click for list of required texts and editions

18

S. Rajiva

Phil 6013-056/4841-056

 43712

Contemporary Philosophy: The Philosophy of the Unconscious We will be reading Ellenberger, Schelling, Hegel, Schopenhauer, von Hartmann

 

32

S. McGrath

Phil 6014-001/4744-001

 51326

Metaphysics: Hegel: The Philosophy of Mind

13

A. Stafford

 Phil 6015-001/3150-001

58114 

 Phil of Science

 20

 J. Foster

 

August 16, 2012.  Courses are subject to change and/or cancellation without notice.

SLOT SCHEDULE

SLOT

TIMES

02

Monday, Wednesday, Friday    9:00-9:50

03

Monday, Wednesday, Friday    10:00-10:50

04

Monday, Wednesday, Friday    11:00-11:50

05

Monday, Wednesday, Friday    12:00-12:50

06

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday    1:00-1:50

07

Monday, Wednesday, Friday    2:00-2:50

08

Monday, Wednesday, Friday    3:00-3:50

09

Monday, Wednesday, Friday    4:00-4:50

11

Monday and Wednesday          10:30-11:45

12

Monday and Wednesday          12:30-1:45

13

    Monday and Wednesday            2-3:15

14

Monday and Wednesday       3:30-4:45

15

   Monday and Wednesday            5:30-6:45

16

Tuesday, Thursday, &  Friday:

Tuesday and Thursday at 12-12:50 and Friday at 1-1:50

17

Tuesdays and Thursdays       9-10:15

18

Tuesday and Thursday           10:30-11:45

19

Tuesday, Thursday                  2:00-3:15 pm

20

Tuesday and Thursday            3:30-4:45

21

Tuesday and Thursday            5:30-6:45

30

Monday                                    7-9:30 pm

31

Tuesday                                   7-9:30 pm

32

Wednesday                               7-9:30 pm

 

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