Spring 2018

Undergraduate courses

3  The Nature of Mind. Campbell. MWF 9-10, Dwinelle 145.

4  Knowledge & Its Limits. Holliday. TuTh 2-3:30, Evans 60.

12A  Introduction to Logic. Warren. MWF 1-2, Evans 10.

25B  Modern Philosophy. Primus. MWF 10-11, Lewis 100.

98BC-1  Berkeley Connect. Hutchinson. M 5-6, Dwinelle 83.

98BC-2  Berkeley Connect. Hutchinson. M 6-7, Dwinelle 83.

100  Philosophical Methods. Crockett. W 4-6, Moffitt 102.

107  Moral Psychology. Shun. MWF 3-4, Wheeler 204.

128  Philosophy of Science. Dasgupta. TuTh 11-12:30, Wheeler 204.

133  Philosophy of Language. Yalcin. TuTh 2-3:30, Wheeler 204.

135  Theory of Meaning. Campbell. TuTh 9:30-11, Dwinelle 219.

143  Modal Logic. Holliday. TuTh 11-12:30, Barrows 60.

161  Aristotle. Clarke. TuTh 12:30-2, Wheeler 204.

173  Leibniz. Crockett. MWF 11-12, Wheeler 204.

185  Heidegger. Kaiser. MW 6:30-8, Wheeler 204.

190  Proseminar. Khatchirian. MWF 10-11, Dwinelle 279.

196  Senior Seminar. Kolodny. M 12-2, Barrows 186.

198BC-1  Berkeley Connect. Andrews. Tu 5-6, Dwinelle 250.

198BC-2  Berkeley Connect. Andrews. Tu 6-7, Dwinelle 250.

198BC-3  Berkeley Connect. Lawrence. W 5-6, Dwinelle 255.

198BC-4  Berkeley Connect. Lawrence. W 6-7, Dwinelle 255.

Graduate seminars

290-1  Graduate Seminar: Why Is There Anything Except Physics?. Dasgupta/Lee. Tu 2-4, Moses 234.

290-2  Graduate Seminar: Law, Philosophy, and Political Theory. Kolodny/Cohen. F 12-2, TBD.

The theme of the workshop series will be democracy. Full description not yet available but the list of speakers is available here: http://philosophy.berkeley.edu/events/upcoming

290-3  Graduate Seminar: TBA. MacFarlane. Tu 4-6, Moses 234.

Topics on indeterminacy, context, and semantic theory.

290-4  Graduate Seminar: Morality, Value, and Future People. Wallace. W 2-4, Moses 234.

290-5  Graduate Seminar: TBA. Warren. Th 2-4, Moses 234.

295  Dissertation Seminar. Lee. TBA, TBD.