Fall 2012

Lower-division undergraduate courses

These courses have no prerequisites.

Number Title Instructor Days/time Room
R1B Reading & Composition through Philosophy Barnes TuTh 3:30-5 108 Wheeler
R1B Reading & Composition through Philosophy Barnes TuTh 2-3:30 222 Wheeler
2 Individual Morality & Social Justice Sluga MWF 9-10 160 Kroeber
3 The Nature of Mind Campbell MWF 2-3 2060 Valley
12A Introduction to Logic Roush MWF 10-11 159 Mulford
24 Freshman Seminar Wallace W 12-1 107 Mulford
25A Ancient Philosophy Corcilius MWF 12-1 145 Dwinelle
39M Freshman&Sophomore Seminar: Free Will Clarke W 2-5 206 Wheeler

Upper-division undergraduate courses

Students enrolling in these courses should have completed at least 8 units in philosophy. Some courses may have additional prerequisites: check the course descriptions for details.

Number Title Instructor Days/time Room
100 Philosophical Methods Warren W 2-4 166 Barrows
108 Contemporary Ethical Issues Kolodny TuTh 9:30-11 220 Wheeler
115 Political Philosophy Munoz-Dardé MWF 10-11 126 Barrows
119 Feminism & Philosophy Madva TuTh 9:30-11 201 Wheeler
132 Philosophy of Mind Martin MWF 11-12 20 Barrows
135 Theory of Meaning Campbell MWF 10-11 213 Wheeler
136 Philosophy of Perception Noë TuTh 12:30-2 100 Wheeler
143 Modal Reasoning Holliday TuTh 2-3:30 123 Wheeler
156A Foundations of Analytic Philosophy: Frege Sluga MWF 1-2 110 Barrows
160 Plato Corcilius MWF 3-4 213 Wheeler
172 Spinoza Crockett TuTh 12:30-2 210 Wheeler
178 Kant Warren TuTh 2-3:30 110 Wheeler
189 Topics in Recent European Philosophy: Heidegger Kaiser TuTh 11-12:30 234 Moses

Graduate seminars

Graduate seminars are intended primarily for graduate students in Philosophy and in Logic and the Methodology of Science. Others who wish to enroll should seek the instructor's permission.

Number Title Instructor Days/time Room
200 First-Year Seminar Ginsborg/MacFarlane W 12-2 234 Moses
290-1 Graduate Seminar: Recent Work on Political Coercion Kolodny Tu 2-4 234 Moses
290-2 Graduate Seminar: Social Choice Theory: Social Welfare&Individual Preferences Buchak W 4-6 234 Moses
290-3 Graduate Seminar: Uncovering Appearances: Perception, Object & Content Martin M 2-4 234 Moses
290-4 Graduate Seminar: A Theory of Justice, Forty Years On Munoz-Dardé W 2-4 234 Moses
290-5 Graduate Seminar: Art and the Limits of Neuroscience Noë Tu 4-6 234 Moses
290-6 Graduate Seminar: Plato’s Sophist Clarke Th 2-4 234 Moses
290-7 Graduate Seminar: Epistemic Logic & Epistemology Holliday F 12-2 234 Moses
295 Dissertation Seminar Roush F 2-3:30 234 Moses
302 Teaching Seminar Ginsborg Tu 11-12:30 107 Mulford

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