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Fall 2018 Class Schedule

IMPORTANT NOTE: All 100-level and most 200-level courses are introductory, and are intended to be accessible to all students, including those with no previous exposure to philosophy.  For this reason there are no prerequisites, and freshman are free to enroll. Courses and times are subject to change

CourseTitleInstructorLectureDiscussion
PHIL 109“Know Thyself”GoldbergM/W  9:30 - 10:50
PHIL 109-6-21"Augustine for Everyone"S. Ebels-DugganT/Th  11:00 - 12:20
PHIL 109-6-22"What is Democracy"MuellerM/W  10:30 - 11:50
PHIL 110Intro to PhilosophyGlanzbergT/Th  9:30 – 10:50
PHIL 150Intro to LogicS. Ebels-DugganT/Th  2:00-3:20
PHIL 216Intro to PragmatismMuellerM/W  3:30 – 4:50
PHIL 266The Philosophy of ReligionSeeskinM/W/F  10:00-10:50am
PHIL 269BioethicsSheldonT/Th  3:30 – 4:50
PHIL 273Brady Scholars - “The Good Life”KrautT/Th  2:00 – 3:20
PHIL 313Kant’s “Critique of Pure Reason”: DialectZuckertT/Th  11:00 – 12:20
PHIL 353Philosophy of LanguageGlanzbergT/Th  12:30 – 1:50
PHIL 360Topics in Moral Philosophy – “Contemporary Moral Theory”K. Ebels-DugganM/W  2:00 – 3:20
PHIL 4011st Year Proseminar – “Speech Acts”GoldbergM  3:30 - 6:20
PHIL 4022nd Year Proseminar “Epistemic Injustice”MedinaTh  2:00 - 4:50
PHIL 415Seminar in French Philosophy – “Biopolitics after Foucault”DeutscherW  6:30 - 9:30
PHIL 420Studies in Ancient Philosophy – “Pleasure”KrautW  3:30 - 6:20
PHIL 468Seminar in Epistemology – “Topics in Applied Epistemology”LackeyT  3:30 - 6:20
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