Spring 2017

Course Number Title Course Description Instructor
PHIL 101 INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY Examination of problems in philosophy; emphasis on metaphysics and theory of knowledge. Open only... Rosenberg, Alexander
PHIL 103S INTRO TO PHILOSOPHY Philosophy 101 conducted as a seminar. Open only to first years and sophomores. Instructor: Staff DeForge, Alex
PHIL 103S INTRO TO PHILOSOPHY Philosophy 101 conducted as a seminar. Open only to first years and sophomores. Instructor: Staff Ventura, Rafael
PHIL 150 LOGIC The conditions of effective thinking and clear communication. Examination of the basic principles... Nelson, Joseph
PHIL 150 LOGIC The conditions of effective thinking and clear communication. Examination of the basic principles... Beninger, Max
PHIL 150 LOGIC The conditions of effective thinking and clear communication. Examination of the basic principles... Um, Sungwoo
PHIL 163D ETHICS FOR ROBERTSON SCHOLARS Robertson Scholars First-Year colloquium; Introduction to ethical reasoning... Sayre-McCord, Geoffrey
PHIL 201 HST MODERN PHILOSOPHY Seventeenth and eighteenth century attempts to address philosophical problems concerning knowledge... Janiak, Andrew
PHIL 203 HST ANCIENT PHILOSOPHY The pre-Socratics, Socrates, Plato, Aristotle, and post-Aristotelian systems. Not open to students... Ferejohn, Michael
PHIL 210 KNOWLEDGE AND CERTAINTY Problems in the theory of knowledge: conditions of knowledge, skepticism, perception, memory,... Smithson, Robert
PHIL 218 ISSUES IN MEDICAL ETHICS Ethical issues arising in connection with medical practice and research and medical technology.... Hawkins, Jennifer
PHIL 246 PRISONER'S DILEMMA/DISTR JUSTI Economic, political, and philosophical perspectives on distribution justice and the problems in... Munger, Michael
PHIL 246D PRISONER'S DILEMMA/DISTR JUST Same as Political Science 331 except instruction is provided in two lectures and one small... (Staff)
PHIL 270 BUSINESS ETHICS Debates about obligations of firms and business leaders over and above legal obligations.... Anomaly, Jonathan
PHIL 314 PHILOSOPHY OF BIOLOGY An introduction to conceptual and methodological issues raised in contemporary biology, including... McShea, Daniel
PHIL 353 NEUROETHICS Focus on emerging ethical controversies concurrent with advances in neuroscience. Background... Huettel, Scott
PHIL 355S VISUAL PERCEPTION & THE BRAIN Course explores how what we see is generated by the visual system. Students learn how the visual... Purves, Dale
PHIL 411 PHILOSOPHY OF TIME & SPACE Topics include: the possibility of time travel, the direction of time, comparisons between space... Smithson, Robert
PHIL 465 PPE CAPSTONE Capstone course open only to students in the Politics, Philosophy, and Economics program.... Anomaly, Jonathan
PHIL 539S RACE THEORY Topics to include: Biological classification theory and its applications to humans; The fit, or... Brandon, Robert
PHIL 573S HEIDEGGER An examination of the philosophy of Martin Heidegger from its phenomenological beginnings to its... Gillespie, Michael
PHIL 590S SPECIAL FIELDS SEMINAR (TOP) Instructor: Staff Hawkins, Jennifer
PHIL 702S PROSEMINAR IN M&E Close study of texts which drove the development of analytic philosophy... vanInwagen, Peter
PHIL 754S PRINCIPLES COGNITV NEUROSCI II Introduction to the cognitive neuroscience of emotion, social cognition, executive function,... LaBar, Kevin
PHIL 790S SEMINAR SPECIAL FIELDS Instructor: Staff Neander, Karen
PHIL 795S TEACHING PHILOSOPHY Source of pedagogical instruction for graduate students assigned as teaching assistants or course... Staff, Departmental
PHIL 798S PHILOSOPHICAL INTERLOCUTION For Philosophy Doctoral Students only: required for all students in residence. Frequently includes... De Brigard, Felipe
PHIL 89S FIRST-YEAR SEMINAR (TOP) Topics vary each semester offered. Instructor: Staff Pickford, Henry