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2012-2013 Course Schedule

Brief Course Descr​iptions​


Fall

Winter

Spring

Phenomenology

PHL 535: Husserl and Phenomenology​

Frdric Seyler
W 6:00-9:15

CE​

PHL 550: Heidegger and Phenomenology

Will McNeill
TH 1:00-4:10

CE

PHL 557: Philosophy of Science:
Phenomenology, Deconstruction and Beyond

Peter Steeves
M 6:00-9:15

CE

Plato and Aristotle: Life, Knowledge
and the Soul

PHL 411: Plato: On Life

Michael Naas
TH 1:00-4:10

H-I

PHL 416: Aristotle: De Anima

Sean Kirkland
M 6:00-9:15

H-I

PHL 500: Medieval Theories of Knowledge: on Aristotles De Anima

Rick Lee
W 6:00-9:15

H-I

German Philosophy

PHL 516: Hegel: Philosophy of Right

Kevin Thompson
T 1:00-4:10

H-II

PHL 511:Kant: Critique of Judgment

Avery Goldman
T 1:00-4:10

H-II

PHL 400: German Romanticism

Elizabeth Milln
TH 1:00-4:10

H-II

Sacrificial Violence

PHL 522: Social Death and the Problem of Thinking Otherwise: Fanon, douard Glissant, and Foucault

Darrell Moore
M 6:00-9:15

NP

PHL: 629 Violence, Fate, and the Problem of the Debt: Benjamin, Arendt, and Schmidt

Andrew Benjamin/ Peg Birmingham
W 6:00-9:15

NP

Language, Politics and Ethics

PHL 640: Ethics and Economics

Pat Werhane
T 1:00-4:10

NP

Distribution Requirement Key:

H-I  =   History of Western PHL (Ancient or Medieval)  NP  =  Normative Philosophy

H-II =  History of Western PHL (Modern or 19th Century)      CE  =  Contemporary European Philosophy

Course Distribution List Key:

History of Western Philosophy - Ancient or Medieval

PHL 400
SPECIAL TOPICS IN TRADITIONAL PHILOSOPHERS

PHL 410

PLATO I

PHL 411

PLATO II

PHL 415

ARISTOTLE I

PHL 416

ARISTOTLE II

PHL 420

AUGUSTINE

PHL 425 

AQUINAS

PHL 500

SPECIAL TOPICS IN THE HISTORY OF PHILOSOPHY​ 

History of Western Philosophy - Modern or Nineteenth Century

PHL 400
SPECIAL TOPICS IN TRADITIONAL PHILOSOPHERS

PHL 434

HOBBES

PHL 435

DESCARTES

PHL 436

MALEBRANCHE

PHL 437

LOCKE

PHL 438

LEIBNIZ

PHL 440

SPINOZA

PHL 441

ROUSSEAU

PHL 445

HUME

PHL 500

SPECIAL TOPICS IN THE HISTORY OF PHILOSOPHY

PHL 510

KANT I

PHL 511

KANT II

PHL 512

KANT III

PHL 515

HEGEL I

PHL 516

HEGEL II

PHL 517

HOLDERLIN

PHL 518

SCHELLING

PHL 520

MARX I

PHL 521

MARX II

PHL 525

NIETZSCHE​ 

Contemporary European Philosophy

PHL 470
PHILOSOPHY OF WITTGENSTEIN

PHL 535

HUSSERL I

PHL 536

HUSSERL II

PHL 550

HEIDEGGER I

PHL 551

HEIDEGGER II

PHL 552

HEIDEGGER III

PHL 557

TOPICS IN CONTINENTAL PHILOSOPHY

PHL 559

FOUCAULT

PHL 560

THE PHILOSOPHY OF GABRIEL MARCEL

PHL 561

LYOTARD

PHL 565

MERLEAU-PONTY I

PHL 566

MERLEAU-PONTY II

PHL 570

SARTRE I

PHL 571

SARTRE II

PHL 575

RESPONSES TO SADE

PHL 577

DERRIDA I

PHL 578

DERRIDA II

PHL 584

RICOEUR NARRATIVE

PHL 585

RICOEUR

PHL 586

METAPHORIC AND POETIC LANGUAGE

PHL 587

READING LEVINAS I

PHL 588

READING LEVINAS II

PHL 589

PHILOSOPHY, LITERATURE, COMMUNITY

PHL 590

TRENDS IN CONTEMPORARY FRENCH PHILOSOPHY​ 

Normative Philosophy

PHL 443
MEDICAL LEGAL ETHICS

PHL 513

THEORETICAL FOUNDATIONS OF NORMATIVE ETHICS I

PHL 514

THEORETICAL FOUNDATIONS OF NORMATIVE ETHICS II

PHL 522

SOCIAL AND POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY

PHL 527

PHILOSOPHY, ETHICS AND ECONOMICS

PHL 540

SCHELER I

PHL 541

SCHELER II

PHL 591

CRITICAL RACE THEORY

PHL 601

SEMINAR ON AESTHETICS

PHL 629

SEMINAR ON CONTEMPORARY PROBLEMS

PHL 639

SEMINAR ON RAWLS, NOZICK & THE CONTRACTUAL TRADITION

PHL 640

PROBLEMS IN ETHICS

PHL 641

SEMINAR ON THE CONTINENTAL TRADITION IN ETHICS

PHL 650

TOPICS IN RELIGIOUS ETHICS

PHL 651

TOPICS IN BUSINESS ETHICS

PHL 656

SEMINAR ON SOCIAL AND POLITICAL THOUGHT

PHL 657

TOPICS IN SOCIAL AND POLITICAL THOUGHT

PHL 660

SEMINAR IN FEMINIST ETHICS

PHL 661

TOPICS IN FEMINIST THEORY​