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PHILOSOPHY (Div. II)

Fall Courses
Spring Courses
Not Offered

FALL COURSES

PHIL 101(F,S) Introduction to Moral and Political Philosophy (W)

PHIL 102(F,S) Introduction to Metaphysics and Epistemology (W)

PHIL 209(F) Philosophy of Science

PHIL 224(F) After God (Same as INTR 224, Religion 224 and Philosophy 224)

PHIL 228(F) Feminist Bioethics (Same as Women's and Gender Studies 228) (W)

PHIL 229(F) Ethics and Genetics (W)

PHIL 230(F) Pluralism and the Law (Same as Legal Studies 230, Political Science 219 and Women's and Gender Studies 230)

PHIL 238(F) Controversial Art (Same as ArtH 217)

PHIL 390T(F) Truth (W)

PHIL 393(F) Hegel: Freedom and History

PHIL 401(F) Senior Seminar: Philosophical Naturalism (W)

PHIL 491(F)-W30 Senior Essay

PHIL 493(F)-W31-494(S) Senior Thesis

PHIL 497(F), 498(S) Independent Study

SPRING COURSES

PHIL 101(F,S) Introduction to Moral and Political Philosophy (W)

PHIL 102(F,S) Introduction to Metaphysics and Epistemology (W)

PHIL 103(S) Logic and Language (Q)

PHIL 213(S) Biomedical Ethics (W)

PHIL 222(S) Minds, Brains, and Intelligent Behavior: An Introduction to Cognitive Science (Same as Cognitive Science 222, INTR 222 and Psychology 222) (Q)

PHIL 231(S) Ancient Political Theory (Same as Political Science 231)

PHIL 232(S) Modern Political Theory (Same as Political Science 232)

PHIL 241T(S) Philosophy of Education: Why Are You Here? (W)

PHIL 271T(S) Woman as "Other" (Same as Women's and Gender Studies 271T) (W)

PHIL 282(S) The Turn to Religion in Post-Modern Thought (Same as Jewish Studies 280 and Religion 280)

PHIL 288(S) The Embodied Mind: A Cross-Cultural Exploration (Same as Religion 288)

PHIL 316(S) Nothing, God, Freedom (Same as INTR 316 and Religion 316)

PHIL 317(S) The Philosophy of Hilary Putnam

PHIL 380(S) Relativism (W)

PHIL 388T(S) Consciousness (W)

PHIL 493(F)-W31-494(S) Senior Thesis

PHIL 497(F), 498(S) Independent Study

NOT OFFERED COURSES

PHIL 201 Continental Philosophy Workshop: Reading the Critics of Reason (Not offered 2006-2007; to be offered 2007-2008) (W)

PHIL 202 Language and Mind (Not offered 2006-2007; to be offered 2007-2008) (W)

PHIL 210 Philosophy of Medicine (Not offered 2006-2007; to be offered 2007-2008)

PHIL 212 Ethics and Reproductive Technologies (Same as Women's and Gender Studies 212) (Not offered 2006-2007; to be offered 2007-2008) (W)

PHIL 225 Introduction to Feminist Thought (Same as Women's and Gender Studies 225) (W) (Not offered 2006-2007)

PHIL 226 Big Games: The Spiritual Significance of Sports (Same as Religion 279) (Not offered 2006-2007; to be offered 2007-2008)

PHIL 227 Death and Dying (Not offered 2006-2007; to be offered 2007-2008) (W)

PHIL 236 Contemporary Ethical Theory (Not offered 2006-2007; to be offered 2007-2008) (W)

PHIL 237 What Does a Work of Art Mean? (Not offered 2006-2007)

PHIL 240 German Idealism: Kant to Hegel (Same as German 240) (Not offered 2006-2007; to be offered 2007-2008)

PHIL 270 Arguing about God (Same as Religion 283) (Not offered 2006-2007)

PHIL 272T Free Will and Responsibility (Not offered 2006-2007; to be offered 2007-2008) (W)

PHIL 273T Hume's Treatise on Human Nature (Not offered 2006-2007; to be offered 2007-2008) (W)

PHIL 274T Messing with People: The Ethics of Human Experimentation (Not offered 2006-2007; to be offered 2007-2008) (W)

PHIL 280 Analytic Philosophy: Frege, Russell, and the Early Wittgenstein (Not offered 2006-2007)

PHIL 281 Philosophy of Religion (Same as Religion 281) (Not offered 2006-2007; to be offered 2007-2008)

PHIL 286T (formerly 215) Conceptions of Human Nature (Not offered 2006-2007; to be offered 2007-2008) (W)

PHIL 300 Reading Cavell Reading: Philosophy, Literature, and Film (Same as English 418)

PHIL 304T Authenticity: From Rousseau to Poststructuralism (Not offered 2006-2007; to be offered 2007-2008) (W)

PHIL 305 Existentialism and Phenomenology (Not offered 2006-2007; to be offered 2007-2008) (W)

PHIL 308T Wittgenstein's Philosophical Investigations (Not offered 2006-2007; to be offered 2007-2008) (W)

PHIL 309 Kant (Not offered 2006-2007; to be offered 2007-2008)

PHIL 323 The Origins of Totalitarianism (Same as Africana Studies 323 and Political Science 323) (Not offered 2006-2007) (W)*

PHIL 327 Foucault: Power, Bodies, Pleasures (Same as Women's and Gender Studies 327) (Not offered 2006-2007; to be offered 2007-2008) (W)

PHIL 331 Contemporary Epistemology (Not offered 2006-2007; to be offered 2007-2008) (W)

PHIL 333 Aristotle's Ethics (Same as Classics 333) (Not offered 2006-2007; to be offered 2007-2008)

PHIL 334 Philosophy of Biology (Same as History of Science 334) (Not offered 2006-2007)

PHIL 335 Moral Objectivity (Not offered 2006-2007) (W)

PHIL 379 American Pragmatism (Same as American Studies 379) (Not offered 2006-2007; to be offered 2007-2008)

PHIL 389 Being and Structure (Not offered 2006-2007; to be offered 2007-2008)

PHIL 391 Issues in Systematic Philosophy (Not offered 2006-2007; to be offered 2007-2008)

PHIL 392 Hegel and Systematic Philosophy (Not offered 2006-2007; to be offered 2007-2008)