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This is a list of Summer course offerings generated by the university registrar, listing rooms, times, CRNs, and generic course descriptions from the university bulletin.

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For a list of all courses offered by the philosophy department, with information about how regularly they are offered, click here.

Courses for Spring 2017

Course Number Course Name Hours Sections
PHIL 100 Intro to Philosophy-ACP 3 hours. 7 sections
PHIL 101 Introduction to Philosophy 3 hours. 6 sections
PHIL 102 Logic and Reasoning 3 hours. 9 sections
PHIL 103 Logic and Reasoning QR II 3 hours. 4 sections
PHIL 104 Intro to Ethics-ACP 3 hours. 5 sections
PHIL 105 Introduction to Ethics 3 hours. 6 sections
PHIL 106 Ethics and Social Policy 3 hours. 1 section
PHIL 107 Intro to Political Philosophy 3 hours. 1 section
PHIL 109 Religion & Society in West II 3 hours. 1 section
PHIL 110 World Religions 3 hours. 19 sections
PHIL 191 Freshman Honors Tutorial 1 TO 3 hours.
PHIL 199 Undergraduate Open Seminar 1 TO 5 hours.
PHIL 202 Symbolic Logic 3 hours. 1 section
PHIL 203 Ancient Philosophy 4 hours. 1 section
PHIL 206 Early Modern Philosophy 4 hours. 1 section
PHIL 214 Biomedical Ethics 3 hours. 4 sections
PHIL 250 Conceptions of Human Nature 3 hours. 1 section
PHIL 307 Elmnts Semantics & Pragmatics 3 hours. 1 section
PHIL 316 Ethics and Engineering 3 hours. 2 sections
PHIL 380 Current Controversies 3 hours. 1 section
PHIL 390 Individual Study 2 TO 4 hours.
PHIL 414 Major Recent Philosophers 3 OR 4 hours. 2 sections
PHIL 419 Space, Time, and Matter-ACP 3 OR 4 hours. 2 sections
PHIL 420 Space, Time, and Matter 2 hours. 1 section
PHIL 422 Recent Developments in Ethics 3 OR 4 hours. 2 sections
PHIL 424 Philosophy of Religion 3 OR 4 hours. 2 sections
PHIL 436 Phil of Law and of the State 3 OR 4 hours. 2 sections
PHIL 439 Philosophy of Mathematics 3 OR 4 hours. 2 sections
PHIL 453 Formal Logic and Philosophy 3 OR 4 hours. 2 sections
PHIL 471 Contemporary Phil of Science 3 OR 4 hours. 2 sections
PHIL 472 Kierkegaard and the Self 3 OR 4 hours. 1 section
PHIL 492 Thesis 2 TO 4 hours.
PHIL 501 Seminar History of Philosophy 2 TO 4 hours. 2 sections
PHIL 521 Seminar Contemporary Problems 2 OR 4 hours. 2 sections
PHIL 530 Dissertation Seminar 3 hours. 1 section
PHIL 551 Pragmatics 4 hours. 1 section
PHIL 583 Individual Topics 2 OR 4 hours.
PHIL 590 Directed Research 0 TO 12 hours.
PHIL 599 Thesis Research 0 TO 16 hours.
  • PHIL 100 - Intro to Philosophy-ACP 3 hours.

    Consideration of some main problems of philosophy concerning, for example, knowledge, God, mind and body, and human freedom. Course is identical to PHIL 101 except for the additional writing component. Credit is not given for both PHIL 100 and PHIL 101. Prerequisite: Completion of campus Composition I general education requirement.

    Advanced Composition, and Hist&Philosoph Perspect course.

    CRNSection NumberTimeDayLocationInstructor
    49927AL111:00 AM - 11:50 AMMW 66 LibraryKorman, D
    49928AD109:00 AM - 09:50 AMF 1062 Lincoln HallEnderer, B
    Korman, D
    49929AD210:00 AM - 10:50 AMF 1024 Lincoln HallKorman, D
    Li, M
    49930AD310:00 AM - 10:50 AMF 1057 Lincoln HallEnderer, B
    Korman, D
    49931AD411:00 AM - 11:50 AMF 1057 Lincoln HallKorman, D
    Lee, S
    51951AD511:00 AM - 11:50 AMF 1022 Lincoln HallKorman, D
    Li, M
    59528AD612:00 PM - 12:50 PMF 1057 Lincoln HallKorman, D
    Lee, S

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  • PHIL 101 - Introduction to Philosophy 3 hours.

    Consideration of some main problems of philosophy concerning, for example, knowledge, God, mind and body, and human freedom. Credit is not given for both PHIL 101 and PHIL 100.

    Students registering in Lecture AL1 must also register in a lecture-discussion section (AD_).

    Hist&Philosoph Perspect course.

    CRNSection NumberTimeDayLocationInstructor
    35404AD109:00 AM - 09:50 AMF 207 Gregory HallRoss, R
    Weaver, C
    35405AD210:00 AM - 10:50 AMF 217 Gregory HallRoss, R
    Weaver, C
    35410AL110:00 AM - 10:50 AMMW 23 Psychology BuildingWeaver, C
    39120AD512:00 PM - 12:50 PMF 221 Gregory HallRoss, R
    Weaver, C
    43843A 11:00 AM - 12:20 PMTR 217 Gregory HallKeller, J
    54422A2 02:00 PM - 03:20 PMTR 217 Gregory HallKeller, J

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  • PHIL 102 - Logic and Reasoning 3 hours.

    Practical study of logical reasoning; techniques for analyzing and criticizing arguments, with emphasis on assessing the logical coherence of what we read and write.

    Students registering in Lecture AL1 must also register in a lecture-discussion section (AD_).

    Hist&Philosoph Perspect course.

    CRNSection NumberTimeDayLocationInstructor
    39122AL102:00 PM - 02:50 PMMW 213 Gregory HallMcCarthy, T
    39123AD110:00 AM - 10:50 AMF 331 Gregory HallLee, S
    39124AD209:00 AM - 09:50 AMF 331 Gregory HallMeyer, D
    39126AD311:00 AM - 11:50 AMF 331 Gregory HallMeyer, D
    39127AD412:00 PM - 12:50 PMF 331 Gregory HallMeyer, D
    39128AD501:00 PM - 01:50 PMF 331 Gregory HallLee, S
    39129B 12:30 PM - 01:50 PMTR 217 Gregory HallAlsup, C
    43844A 09:30 AM - 10:50 AMTR 217 Gregory HallAlsup, C
    49958AD602:00 PM - 02:50 PMF 331 Gregory HallLee, S

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  • PHIL 103 - Logic and Reasoning QR II 3 hours.

    Introductory logic course that concentrates on investigating how the formal mathematical structure of statements, as well as the structure of the relationships among such statements, reveals the logical force of arguments that we use everyday. PHIL 102 takes a less formal, less mathematical approach to the same material. Credit is not given for both PHIL 103 and PHIL 102.

    Students must register for one discussion and one lecture section.

    Hist&Philosoph Perspect, and Quant Reasoning II course.

    CRNSection NumberTimeDayLocationInstructor
    35439AD109:00 AM - 09:50 AMF 241 Altgeld HallSaenz, N
    Smith, A
    35440AD210:00 AM - 10:50 AMF 241 Altgeld HallSaenz, N
    Smith, A
    35441AD311:00 AM - 11:50 AMF 159 Altgeld HallSaenz, N
    Smith, A
    35443AL111:00 AM - 11:50 AMMW 1090 Lincoln HallSaenz, N

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  • PHIL 104 - Intro to Ethics-ACP 3 hours.

    Some basic questions of ethics, discussed in the light of influential ethical theories and with reference to specific moral problems, such as: What makes an action morally right? Are moral standards absolute or relative? What is relation between personal morality and social morality, and between social morality and law? Course is identical to PHIL 105 except for the additional writing component. Credit is not given for both PHIL 104 and either PHIL 105 or PHIL 106. Prerequisite: Completion of campus Composition I general education requirement.

    Advanced Composition, and Hist&Philosoph Perspect course.

    CRNSection NumberTimeDayLocationInstructor
    41132AL101:00 PM - 01:50 PMMW 116 Roger Adams LaboratoryVarden, H
    43084AD110:00 AM - 10:50 AMF 312 Davenport HallRokosz, S
    43088AD211:00 AM - 11:50 AMF 212 Davenport HallRokosz, S
    43090AD312:00 PM - 12:50 PMF 147 Loomis LaboratoryBernal, J
    43092AD401:00 PM - 01:50 PMF 147 Loomis LaboratoryBernal, J

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  • PHIL 105 - Introduction to Ethics 3 hours.

    Some basic questions of ethics, discussed in the light of influential ethical theories and with reference to specific moral problems, such as: what makes an action morally right? are moral standards absolute or relative? what is the relation between personal morality and social morality, and between social morality and law? Credit is not given for both PHIL 105 and either PHIL 104 or PHIL 106.

    Hist&Philosoph Perspect course.

    CRNSection NumberTimeDayLocationInstructor
    35449E 09:30 AM - 10:50 AMTR 327 Gregory HallEllis, A
    35451U1 01:00 PM - 02:20 PMTR 63 Allen Residence HallEllis, A
    35452AD110:00 AM - 10:50 AMF 326 David Kinley HallCurrie, B
    35453AD212:00 PM - 12:50 PMF 325 David Kinley HallCurrie, B
    35454AD301:00 PM - 01:50 PMF 115 David Kinley HallCurrie, B
    54426AL101:00 PM - 01:50 PMMW 116 Roger Adams LaboratoryVarden, H

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  • PHIL 106 - Ethics and Social Policy 3 hours.

    Examination of the moral aspects of social problems, and a survey of ethical principles formulated to validate social policy. Credit is not given for both PHIL 106 and either PHIL 104 or PHIL 105.

    Social Sciences course.

    CRNSection NumberTimeDayLocationInstructor
    45790D 12:00 PM - 12:50 PMMWF 217 Gregory HallBojanowski, J

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  • PHIL 107 - Intro to Political Philosophy 3 hours.

    Introduction to core ideas in political and legal philosophy, for example, rights, equality, political obligations, legitimacy of states, nationalism, and oppression.

    Social Sciences course.

    CRNSection NumberTimeDayLocationInstructor
    35458A1 12:30 PM - 01:50 PMTR 222 David Kinley HallSavonius-Wroth, S

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  • PHIL 109 - Religion & Society in West II 3 hours.

    Same as ANTH 109, RLST 109, and SOC 109. See RLST 109.

    Hist&Philosoph Perspect, and Western Compartv Cult course.

    CRNSection NumberTimeDayLocationInstructor
    37860E 11:00 AM - 12:20 PMTR 217 Noyes LaboratoryRosenstock, B

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  • PHIL 110 - World Religions 3 hours.

    Same as RLST 110. See RLST 110.

    Hist&Philosoph Perspect, Non-Western Cultures, and Western Compartv Cult course.

    CRNSection NumberTimeDayLocationInstructor
    37947ADB10:00 AM - 10:50 AMF 1038 Foreign Languages BuildingNielsen, C
    37951ADC11:00 AM - 11:50 AMF G36 Foreign Languages BuildingJones, H
    37955ADD12:00 PM - 12:50 PMF G36 Foreign Languages BuildingAverkamp, C
    37959ADE01:00 PM - 01:50 PMF 1038 Foreign Languages BuildingAverkamp, C
    37964ADF02:00 PM - 02:50 PMF G36 Foreign Languages BuildingJones, H
    37969ADG10:00 AM - 10:50 AMF 313 Gregory HallHarris, D
    37973ADH11:00 AM - 11:50 AMF 313 Gregory HallHarris, D
    37977ADI12:00 PM - 12:50 PMF 313 Gregory HallHarris, D
    37982ADJ01:00 PM - 01:50 PMF 313 Gregory HallNielsen, C
    37992ADL10:00 AM - 10:50 AMR 1066 Lincoln HallReinke, J
    37998AL111:00 AM - 11:50 AMMW THEAT Lincoln HallEbel, J
    39145ADM11:00 AM - 11:50 AMR 205 Gregory HallNielsen, C
    39147ADN12:00 PM - 12:50 PMR 313 Gregory HallYoon, S
    39149ADO01:00 PM - 01:50 PMR 313 Gregory HallYoon, S
    51722ADQ02:00 PM - 02:50 PMR 1038 Foreign Languages BuildingDavis, L
    51725ADR11:00 AM - 11:50 AMF 313 Davenport HallAverkamp, C
    53443ADS12:00 PM - 12:50 PMR 132 Davenport HallDavis, L
    53445ADT11:00 AM - 11:50 AMR 1038 Foreign Languages BuildingReinke, J
    53447ADU01:00 PM - 01:50 PMR G24 Foreign Languages BuildingDavis, L

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  • PHIL 191 - Freshman Honors Tutorial 1 TO 3 hours.

    Study of selected topics on an individually arranged basis. Open only to honors majors or to Cohn Scholars and Associates. May be repeated one time. Prerequisite: Consent of departmental honors advisor.

    CRNSection NumberTimeDayLocationInstructor
    10121ARRANGED -

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  • PHIL 199 - Undergraduate Open Seminar 1 TO 5 hours.

    Approved for letter and S/U grading. May be repeated.

    CRNSection NumberTimeDayLocationInstructor
    10122ARRANGED -

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  • PHIL 202 - Symbolic Logic 3 hours.

    Introduction to the techniques of formal logic, dealing primarily with truth-functional logic and quantification theory.

    Quant Reasoning I course.

    CRNSection NumberTimeDayLocationInstructor
    35461C 12:00 PM - 12:50 PMMWF 1065 Lincoln HallGilbert, D

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  • PHIL 203 - Ancient Philosophy 4 hours.

    Introduction to ancient philosophy, concentrating on Plato and Aristotle, dealing with such topics as metaphysics, ethics, and the theory of knowledge. Same as CLCV 203.

    Hist&Philosoph Perspect course.

    CRNSection NumberTimeDayLocationInstructor
    35463KS 09:30 AM - 10:50 AMTR 116 Roger Adams LaboratorySanders, K

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  • PHIL 206 - Early Modern Philosophy 4 hours.

    The history of philosophy from Descartes to Kant, concentrating on such topics as metaphysics, ethics, and the theory of knowledge.

    Hist&Philosoph Perspect course.

    CRNSection NumberTimeDayLocationInstructor
    35464X 02:00 PM - 03:20 PMTR 161 Noyes LaboratoryBen Moshe, N

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  • PHIL 214 - Biomedical Ethics 3 hours.

    Philosophical study of selected moral and social problems concerning medicine and biology, such as euthanasia, abortion, allocation of scarce medical resources, health care and rights, and genetic engineering.

    Hist&Philosoph Perspect course.

    CRNSection NumberTimeDayLocationInstructor
    35465AD109:00 AM - 09:50 AMF 344 Mechanical Engineering BldgBryan, B
    Polk, A
    35466AD211:00 AM - 11:50 AMF 344 Mechanical Engineering BldgBryan, B
    Polk, A
    35467AD312:00 PM - 12:50 PMF 143 Loomis LaboratoryBryan, B
    Polk, A
    35471AL111:00 AM - 11:50 AMMW 161 Noyes LaboratoryBryan, B

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  • PHIL 250 - Conceptions of Human Nature 3 hours.

    Comparative examination of important historical and contemporary conceptions of human nature.

    Hist&Philosoph Perspect course.

    CRNSection NumberTimeDayLocationInstructor
    43033A 01:00 PM - 01:50 PMMWF 212 David Kinley HallBryan, B

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  • PHIL 307 - Elmnts Semantics & Pragmatics 3 hours.

    Same as LING 307. See LING 307.

    CRNSection NumberTimeDayLocationInstructor
    63408A 09:00 AM - 09:50 AMMWF 111 Gregory HallSchreiner, S

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  • PHIL 316 - Ethics and Engineering 3 hours.

    Same as ECE 316. See ECE 316.

    Advanced Composition, and Hist&Philosoph Perspect course.

    CRNSection NumberTimeDayLocationInstructor
    32663E1 11:00 AM - 12:20 PMTR 329 Gregory HallHillmer, P
    32664E2 02:00 PM - 03:20 PMTR 329 Gregory HallHillmer, P

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  • PHIL 380 - Current Controversies 3 hours.

    Philosophical examination of positions taken on some issue of current concern, for example, human sexuality, death and dying, feminism, race, intelligence, war, sociobiology, and environmental ethics. See Class Schedule for current topics. May be repeated with approval.

    CRNSection NumberTimeDayLocationInstructor
    45945RDC11:00 AM - 11:50 AMMWF 217 Gregory HallVarden, H

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  • PHIL 390 - Individual Study 2 TO 4 hours.

    Readings in selected philosophical topics. Course may be taken by honors students in partial fulfillment of department honors requirements. May be repeated to a maximum of 6 hours in separate terms. Prerequisite: Open to juniors and seniors with a grade-point average of 3.0 only by prior arrangement with a member of the faculty and with consent of the department director of undergraduate studies or the chair.

    CRNSection NumberTimeDayLocationInstructor
    10124ARRANGED -

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  • PHIL 414 - Major Recent Philosophers 3 OR 4 hours.

    Intensive study of one or two important philosophers of the present century, e.g., Wittgenstein, Dewey, Heidegger, or Quine. Topics vary; see Class Schedule. 3 undergraduate hours. 3 or 4 graduate hours. May be repeated with approval, if topics vary. Prerequisite: One course in philosophy.

    CRNSection NumberTimeDayLocationInstructor
    52263U1 10:00 AM - 10:50 AMMWF 137 Henry Administration BldgBojanowski, J
    52264G1 10:00 AM - 10:50 AMMWF 137 Henry Administration BldgBojanowski, J

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  • PHIL 419 - Space, Time, and Matter-ACP 3 OR 4 hours.

    Same as PHYS 419. See PHYS 419.

    Advanced Composition course.

    CRNSection NumberTimeDayLocationInstructor
    38578A 12:30 PM - 01:50 PMTR 218 Ceramics BuildingPhillips, P
    38579G 12:30 PM - 01:50 PMTR 218 Ceramics BuildingPhillips, P

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  • PHIL 420 - Space, Time, and Matter 2 hours.

    Same as PHYS 420. See PHYS 420.

    CRNSection NumberTimeDayLocationInstructor
    43172A 12:30 PM - 01:50 PMTR 218 Ceramics BuildingPhillips, P

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  • PHIL 422 - Recent Developments in Ethics 3 OR 4 hours.

    Intensive treatment of issues in contemporary ethical theory. 3 undergraduate hours. 3 or 4 graduate hours. May be repeated one time with approval. Prerequisite: One course in ethics.

    CRNSection NumberTimeDayLocationInstructor
    43036U3 11:00 AM - 12:20 PMTR 327 Gregory HallBen Moshe, N
    43037G4 11:00 AM - 12:20 PMTR 327 Gregory HallBen Moshe, N

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  • PHIL 424 - Philosophy of Religion 3 OR 4 hours.

    Considers central issues in the philosophy of religion, e.g., the justification of religious belief, the nature of God, religious experience, etc. Same as RLST 424. 3 undergraduate hours. 3 or 4 graduate hours. Prerequisite: One course in philosophy.

    CRNSection NumberTimeDayLocationInstructor
    39166U3 01:00 PM - 01:50 PMMWF 106B3 Engineering HallWeaver, C
    39167G4 01:00 PM - 01:50 PMMWF 106B3 Engineering HallWeaver, C

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  • PHIL 436 - Phil of Law and of the State 3 OR 4 hours.

    Examination of issues in the philosophy of law, such as the nature of law, law and morality, justice, liberty and authority, punishment, and legal responsibility. 3 undergraduate hours. 3 or 4 graduate hours. Prerequisite: One course in philosophy.

    CRNSection NumberTimeDayLocationInstructor
    35548U3 09:00 AM - 09:50 AMMWF 212 David Kinley HallBryan, B
    35551G4 09:00 AM - 09:50 AMMWF 212 David Kinley HallBryan, B

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  • PHIL 439 - Philosophy of Mathematics 3 OR 4 hours.

    Introduction to some of the main philosophical problems and contemporary viewpoints concerning mathematical concepts, mathematical methods, and the nature of mathematical truth. Same as MATH 439. 3 undergraduate hours. 3 or 4 graduate hours. Prerequisite: One course in philosophy.

    CRNSection NumberTimeDayLocationInstructor
    39168UG 12:00 PM - 12:50 PMMWF 327 Gregory HallMcCarthy, T
    39169G 12:00 PM - 12:50 PMMWF 327 Gregory HallMcCarthy, T

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  • PHIL 453 - Formal Logic and Philosophy 3 OR 4 hours.

    Techniques and results of symbolic logic, with special attention to topics of philosophical importance. 3 undergraduate hours. 3 or 4 graduate hours. Prerequisite: PHIL 202 or consent of instructor.

    Quant Reasoning II course.

    CRNSection NumberTimeDayLocationInstructor
    35563U1 02:00 PM - 02:50 PMMWF 1022 Foreign Languages BuildingGilbert, D
    35566G1 02:00 PM - 02:50 PMMWF 1022 Foreign Languages BuildingGilbert, D

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  • PHIL 471 - Contemporary Phil of Science 3 OR 4 hours.

    Examines important developments and controversies in recent philosophy of science. 3 undergraduate hours. 4 graduate hours. Prerequisite: One course in philosophy.

    CRNSection NumberTimeDayLocationInstructor
    54669U1 11:00 AM - 11:50 AMMWF 212 David Kinley HallLivengood, J
    54670G1 11:00 AM - 11:50 AMMWF 212 David Kinley HallLivengood, J

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  • PHIL 472 - Kierkegaard and the Self 3 OR 4 hours.

    Same as CWL 472, RLST 472, and SCAN 472. See SCAN 472.

    CRNSection NumberTimeDayLocationInstructor
    63856A 02:00 PM - 03:20 PMTR G18 Foreign Languages BuildingSafstrom, M

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  • PHIL 492 - Thesis 2 TO 4 hours.

    Special training in philosophical investigation. Course may be taken by students pursuing graduation with distinction in partial fulfillment of those requirements. 2 to 4 undergraduate hours. No graduate credit. May be repeated to a maximum of 4 undergraduate hours. Prerequisite: Open to seniors with a grade-point average of 3.5 in all philosophy courses only by prior arrangement with a member of the faculty and with consent of the department director of undergraduate studies or the chair.

    CRNSection NumberTimeDayLocationInstructor
    10125ARRANGED -

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  • PHIL 501 - Seminar History of Philosophy 2 TO 4 hours.

    Study of selected major philosophers, movements, problems, or topics in the history of philosophy. Approved for letter and S/U grading. May be repeated. Letter grading applies when offered for 4 hours of credit. For Stage 3 Philosophy PhD students this course is approved for S/U grading when offered for 2 hours of credit. Prerequisite: Consent of instructor for non-philosophy graduate students.

    CRNSection NumberTimeDayLocationInstructor
    51988G2 04:00 PM - 05:50 PMT 402 Gregory HallSussman, D
    52267G4 04:00 PM - 05:50 PMT 402 Gregory HallSussman, D

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  • PHIL 521 - Seminar Contemporary Problems 2 OR 4 hours.

    Intensive study of selected problems or topics in contemporary philosophy. Approved for letter and S/U grading. May be repeated. Letter grading applies when offered for 4 hours of credit. For Stage 3 Philosophy PhD students this course is approved for S/U grading when offered for 2 hours of credit. Prerequisite: Consent of instructor for non-philosophy graduate students.

    CRNSection NumberTimeDayLocationInstructor
    51548NS404:00 PM - 05:50 PMM 402 Gregory HallSaenz, N
    51971NS204:00 PM - 05:50 PMM 402 Gregory HallSaenz, N

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  • PHIL 530 - Dissertation Seminar 3 hours.

    Ongoing dissertation seminar required for all students who have passed the prelim requirement. Approved for S/U grading only. May be repeated in separate terms to a maximum of 24 hours. Prerequisite: Restricted to students satisfying requirements for the Ph.D. degree.

    CRNSection NumberTimeDayLocationInstructor
    54448DGS04:00 PM - 05:50 PMW 331 Gregory HallKorman, D

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  • PHIL 551 - Pragmatics 4 hours.

    Same as LING 551. See LING 551.

    CRNSection NumberTimeDayLocationInstructor
    58850A1 01:00 PM - 01:50 PMMWF 1046 Foreign Languages BuildingLasersohn, P

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  • PHIL 583 - Individual Topics 2 OR 4 hours.

    Individual study and oral and written reports on topics not covered in other courses. Topics and plan of study must be approved by the candidate's adviser and by the staff member who directs the work. May be repeated. (Summer session, 2 to 8 hours).

    CRNSection NumberTimeDayLocationInstructor
    10128ARRANGED -

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  • PHIL 590 - Directed Research 0 TO 12 hours.

    Restricted to students satisfying requirements for the master's degree by writing a substantial essay. Approved for letter and S/U grading. May be repeated. Normally taken for 8 hours credit but may be taken for 12 hours credit with consent of department chair.

    CRNSection NumberTimeDayLocationInstructor
    10131ARRANGED -

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  • PHIL 599 - Thesis Research 0 TO 16 hours.

    Approved for S/U grading only. May be repeated.

    CRNSection NumberTimeDayLocationInstructor
    10133ARRANGED -

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