|100||Philosophical Methods||Buchak||W 2-4||McCone 141|
This course is restricted to Philosophy majors. It is intended to improve the student’s ability to read and write philosophy. Special emphasis will be placed on developing analytic skills. There will be short written assignments each week, as well as a longer final paper, which will focus on the essays we are reading. In addition to two hours of lecture, students will meet in tutorials with a teaching assistant in order to discuss the reading, their weekly writing assignment, and the preparation for the final paper. This term, the readings will focus on problems related to free will.
Previously taught: FL16 (Warren), SP16 (Lee), FL15 (Stroud), SP15 (Buchak), FL14 (Lee), SP14 (Yalcin), FL13 (Warren), SP13 (Stroud), FL12 (Warren), SP12 (Yalcin), FL11 (Warren), SP11 (Yalcin), FL10 (Lee), SP10 (Noë), FL09 (Yalcin), SP09 (Noë), FL08 (Buchak), SP08 (Warren), FL07 (Anagnostopoulos), SP07 (Warren), FL06 (Stroud), SP06 (Hoffman), FL05 (Gorton), SP05 (Gorton), FL04 (Gorton), SP04 (Warren), FL03 (Broughton).