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2013-2014 Course Schedule

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Grad Course Descript​ions​

2013-2014

 

Fall

Winter

Spring

Contemporary
French
Philosophy

PHL578: Der​rida/
Cixous​​

Michael Naas
 M 6:00-9:15 

CE

PHL 577 - Derr​ida​/Cixous​​

Michael Naas
 M 6:00-9:15

CE

PHL 590: The Political ​Philosophy of Jacques Rancire
Peg Birmingham
 T 1:00-4:10

NP

Phenomenology

PHL 550: Seminar
on Heideg​g​er's
Being and Time I​​

Will McNeill
 T 1:00-4:10

CE

PHL 551: Seminar on Heidegger's Being and Time II​​​

Will McNeill
T 1:00-4:10

CE

PHL 557: ​French Phenomenology: Michel Henry's Phenomenology of Life

Frdric Seyler
 M6:00-9:15

CE

History of Philosophy

PHL 416: Aristotle and the P​hilosophy
of Time​​

Sean Kirkland
W 6:00-9:15

H-I

PHL 400: William of Ockham 

Rick Lee
W 6:00-9:15

H-II

PHL 500: Affect and Autonomy in Chinese Philosophy

Franklin Perkins
TH 1:00-4:10

Logics

PHL 515: S​eminar
on Hegel's Science
of Logic I​

Kevin Thompson
TH 1:00-4:10

 H-II

PHL 516: Seminar on ​Hegel's Science of Logic II​

Kevin Thompson
TH 1:00-4:10 

H-II

PHL 520: Karl M​arx and the Logic of Capital

Bill Martin
W 6:00-9:15

H-II/CBE

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

Distribution Requirements:  MA

Of the 44 quarter hours (11 courses) required for the MA degree, 16 quarter hours (4 courses) must be taken in accordance with the following distribution requirements:

  1. History of Western Philosophy
    Two Courses:
    One in Ancient or Medieval: 4 quarter hours
    One in Modern or Nineteenth Century: 4 quarter hours
  2. Contemporary European Philosophy
    One Course: 4 quarter hours
  3. Normative Philosophy
    One Course: 4 quarter hours

Please see the course distribution list below for the courses that fulfull these requirements.

Distribution Requirements: PhD
Of the 68 quarter hours (17 courses) required for the PhD,16 quarter-hours (4 courses) must be taken in accordance with the following distribution requirements:   

  1. History of Western Philosophy
    Two Courses: 
    One in Ancient or Medieval: 4 quarter hours 
    One in Modern or Nineteenth Century: 4 quarter hours 
  2. Contemporary European Philosophy 
    One Course: 4 quarter hours
  3. Normative Philosophy
    One Course: 4 quarter hours
Course Distribution List Key