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2015-2016 Course Schedule

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Graduate​ Course Descriptions 2015-2016​

 

Fall

Winter

Spring



AESTETICS



PHL 601 - Seminar on Aesthetics: Aestetics I Kant and Schiller​​


María Acosta
W 3:00-6:15                                  

NP

PHL 515 - Hegel I: Aesthetics II


María Acosta
M 3:00-6:15

H-II

PHL 550 - Heidegger I: Origin of the Work of Art

Will McNeill
TH 3:00-6:15                                 

CE



MATERIALISM AND THE DRIVES

PHL 520 - Marx I: What is Materialism: Marx, Althusser, Adorno



Richard Lee
M 6:00-9:15                                        

H-II

PHL 557 - Topics in Continental Philosophy: Daseinsanalyse (Freud, Heidegger, Binswanger)


Elizabeth Rottenberg
W 3:00-6:15
CE

Cancelled

PHL 559 - Foucault




Kevin Thompson
T 3:00-6:15                            

CE



HISTORY OF PHILOSOPHY

PHL 410 - Plato I: The Invention of Real Life



Michael Naas
M 3:00-6:15                                      

H-I

PHL 510 - Kant I



Avery Goldman
T
3:00-6:15                                

H-I
I


PHL 589 - Philosophy, Literature, Community: Schlegel and German Romanticism

Elizabeth Millán
 M 3:00-6:15                                       

H-II




POLITICS AND POWER
 

PHL 656 - Seminar in Social and Political Thought: Hanna​h Arendt: On the Concept of the Political​


Peg Birmingham
TH 3:00-615                                     

NP

PHL 657 - Topics in Social and Political Thought: ​Hannah Arendt: On the Concept of the Political​


Peg Birmingham
TH 3:00-6:15                                        

NP

PHL 500 - Special Topics in the History of Philosophy: Interrogating Power--Ancient Perspectives


Daryl Koehn
W 3:00-6:15                                          

H-I


PHILOSOPHICAL INVESTIGATIONS
PHL 470 - Philosophy of Wittgenstein


Patricia Werhane
T 3:00-6:15                                        

CE

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

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 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 577
DERRIDA I
PHL 578
DERRIDA II
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 522
SOCIAL AND POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY
PHL 527
PHILOSOPHY, ETHICS AND ECONOMICS
PHL 591
CRITICAL RACE THEORY
PHL 601
SEMINAR ON AESTHETICS
PHL 629
SEMINAR ON CONTEMPORARY PROBLEMS
PHL 640
PROBLEMS IN ETHICS
PHL 641
SEMINAR ON THE CONTINENTAL TRADITION IN 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​