Spring 2018

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 Bunch, Lauren
PHIL 103S INTRO TO PHILOSOPHY Philosophy 101 conducted as a seminar. Open only to first years and sophomores. Instructor: Staff Nelson, Joseph
PHIL 103S INTRO TO PHILOSOPHY Philosophy 101 conducted as a seminar. Open only to first years and sophomores. Instructor: Staff Um, Sungwoo
PHIL 150 LOGIC The conditions of effective thinking and clear communication. Examination of the basic principles... Campbell, Michael
PHIL 150 LOGIC The conditions of effective thinking and clear communication. Examination of the basic principles... Campbell, Michael
PHIL 150 LOGIC The conditions of effective thinking and clear communication. Examination of the basic principles... Burkhardt, Tim
PHIL 150 LOGIC The conditions of effective thinking and clear communication. Examination of the basic principles... Bondurant, H.
PHIL 163D ETHICS FOR ROBERTSON SCHOLARS Robertson Scholars First-Year colloquium; Introduction to ethical reasoning... Staff, Departmental
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... Gessell, Bryce
PHIL 203 HST ANCIENT PHILOSOPHY The pre-Socratics, Socrates, Plato, Aristotle, and post-Aristotelian systems. Not open to students... Ferejohn, Michael
PHIL 205 WORLD PHILOSOPHY Course introduces students to several great philosophical traditions worthy of respect in their own... Flanagan, Owen
PHIL 207 POLTCL & SOC PHIL Basic ethical concepts involved in political organization and in a variety of periods, such as... Kingston, Ewan
PHIL 216 PROBLEMS IN ETHICAL THEORY The nature of morality, amoralism, utilitarianism, and deontology. Both historical and contemporary... Wong, David
PHIL 246 PRISONER'S DILEMMA/DISTR JUSTI Economic, political, and philosophical perspectives on distribution justice and the problems in... Rosenberg, Alexander
PHIL 270 BUSINESS ETHICS Debates about obligations of firms and business leaders over and above legal obligations.... Norman, Wayne
PHIL 281 GLOBAL BIOETHICS Examines various problems of international ethics, discussing them in the context of general... Sreenivasan, Gopal
PHIL 314 PHILOSOPHY OF BIOLOGY An introduction to conceptual and methodological issues raised in contemporary biology, including... Brandon, Robert
PHIL 353 NEUROETHICS Focus on emerging ethical controversies concurrent with advances in neuroscience. Background... Sinnott-Armstrong, Walter
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 465 PPE CAPSTONE Capstone course open only to students in the Politics, Philosophy, and Economics program.... Munger, Michael
PHIL 465 PPE CAPSTONE Capstone course open only to students in the Politics, Philosophy, and Economics program.... Salsman, Richard
PHIL 502S COMPARATIVE ETHICS Chinese and Western ethics compared, including conceptions of the virtues, the good life, right... Wong, David
PHIL 510S ADVERSARIAL ETHICS Course attempts to identify general principles for designing the rules... Norman, Wayne
PHIL 552S METAPHYSICS Selected topics: substance, qualities and universals, identity, space, time, causation, and... vanInwagen, Peter
PHIL 555S PHILOSOPHY OF MIND (TOP) One or more topics such as mental causation, animal minds, artificial intelligence, and foundations... Flanagan, Owen
PHIL 590S SPECIAL FIELDS SEMINAR (TOP) Instructor: Staff Conitzer, Vincent
PHIL 590S SPECIAL FIELDS SEMINAR (TOP) Instructor: Staff Sinnott-Armstrong, Walter
PHIL 629S TOPICS HISTORY OF PHILOSOPHY Topics in one or more periods in the history of philosophy (for example, ancient, medieval, or... Janiak, Andrew
PHIL 633S METHOD EMPIRICAL SCIENCE Recent philosophical discussion of the concept of a scientific explanation, the nature of laws,... Brandon, Robert
PHIL 678S PRAGMATISM A study of the philosophical school of American Pragmatism. Involves close reading, discussion, and... Hoover, Kevin
PHIL 692S BIOETHICS Course offers a graduate-level intro to bioethics. Topics include the history of bioethics;... Hawkins, Jennifer
PHIL 754S PRINCIPLES COGNITV NEUROSCI II Introduction to the cognitive neuroscience of emotion, social cognition, executive function,... LaBar, Kevin
PHIL 791 SPECIAL READINGS FALL GRAD DIRECTED READING, SPRING GRAD DIRECTED READING Adler, Matthew
PHIL 795S TEACHING PHILOSOPHY Source of pedagogical instruction for graduate students assigned as teaching assistants or course... Ferejohn, Michael
PHIL 797S DISSERTATION SEMINAR Seminar required in the spring semester for grad students going on the job market the following... Brandon, Robert
PHIL 798S PHILOSOPHICAL INTERLOCUTION For Philosophy Doctoral Students only: required for all students in residence. Frequently includes... Pavese, Carlotta
PHIL 798S PHILOSOPHICAL INTERLOCUTION For Philosophy Doctoral Students only: required for all students in residence. Frequently includes... De Brigard, Felipe