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WINTER COURSE OFFERINGS 2013

 

 (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)

DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY

WINTER 2012-13 COURSE OFFERINGS

Course Number

Course ID

Course Name

Slot

Room

Instructor

Phil 1000-001 (R/W)

75772

Phil of Human Nature

18

SN 2067 

C. Cramm

Phil 1100-001

73424

Critical Thinking

03

 SN 1019

G. Shalev

Phil 1200-001 (R/W)

68867

Intro to Philosophy

 07

 SN-2036

S. Rajiva

Phil 1200-002 (R/W)

71561

Intro to Philosophy

04

 C-4036

S. O’Neill

Phil 1200-003 (R/W)

 

Intro to Philosophy

18

 C-4036

H. Patey

Phil 2000-001

78780

Metaphysics

13

 A-3020

S. McGrath

Phil 2210-001

60864

Logic

 05

 ED-2018B

S. Gardner

Phi 2400-001

77763

Philosophy of Law

17

 C-4036

R. Critch

Phil 2500-001

 78784

Contemporary Issues

 11

 EN-2007

P. Gratton

Phil 2551-081

74065

Health Ethics

WWW

WWW

C. Cramm

Phil 2551-082

78457

Health Ethics

WWW

WWW

G. Shalev

Phil 2552-001

78786

Mental Health Ethics

03

 ED-4011

P. Trnka

Phil 2553-001

77847

Biomedical Ethics

04

A-3020

H. Patey

Phil 2561-081

78788

Environmental Philosophy and  Ethics

 

There is a growing consensus that we are entering a human caused environmental crisis. We are just beginning to comprehend the scale and consequences of this state of affairs. It is argued that we must change our ways of thinking and behaving in all aspects of our lives to avoid disaster. Just what is to be done and how to do it, however, remain complex, controversial and evolving questions.

 

This course will present and rigorously question a variety of ideas offered on the problematic human relationship with the environment. We will explore cosmological orientations, traditions of rights and ethics,some basic concepts of environmentalism and various programs of action along with their critics.

WWW

WWW

A. O'Brien

Phil 2581-081

77211

Phil of Film

WWW

WWW

J. MacGillivray

Phil 2582-081

78790

Media Ethics

WWW

WWW

J. MacGillivray

Phil 2702-001

78794

History of Modern Philosophy

03

 ED-1002

A. Stafford

Phil 3500-001

 78812

Philosophy of Religion (click for poster)

For detailed course outline click here 

 07

 SN-4063

S. O’Neill

Phil 3790-001

 78818

Late Medieval & Renaissance Phil

 18

 C-2033

S. McGrath

Phil 3840-001

 78819

Hume

 04

 ED-4010

S. Rajiva

Phil 3880-001

 78821

Post-Idealist Thought

 13

 ED-3030

A. Stafford

Phil 3930-001

78823

Pragmatism

18

 ED-3048

S. Johnston 

Phil 3940-001

77250

Existentialism

05

 C-2033

P. Trnka

Phil 4260-001/6000-001

65070

Sem in Metaphysics/Epistem

19

 C-4036

S. O’Neill

Phil 4744-001

78827

Sem in Spec Authors/Texts

This course will investigate the concept of identity in analytic metaphysics. Readings will include Quine (1969) "Ontological Relativity" and Lewis (1986) "On the Plurality of Worlds".

20

 C-2024

S. Gardner

Phil 4843-001

 78829

Sem in C20th/21st Phil

 32

 A-3081

P. Gratton

Phil 4998-001

60871

Comprehensive Exam

 99

 A-3081

S. Rajiva

Phil 5000-001

65097

Field Placement

99

 

P. Trnka

Phil 6000-001/4260-001

60872

Graduate Seminar

 19

 C-4036

S. O’Neill

Phil 6013-001

79501 

Contemporary Philosophy

14

 A-3081

P. Trnka

Phil 6101-001

66177

Selected Texts

99

 

TBA

Phil 6102-001

66178

Current Issues

99

 

TBA

 

Updated January 6, 2013. 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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