Spring 2013

Lower-division undergraduate courses

These courses have no prerequisites.

Number Title Instructor Days/time Room
R1B Reading & Composition through Philosophy Barnes TuTh 2-3:30 201 Wheeler
R1B Reading & Composition through Philosophy Barnes TuTh 11-12:30 206 Wheeler
R1B Reading & Composition through Philosophy Barnes TuTh 3:30-5 204 Wheeler
3 Nature of Mind Noë MWF 4-5 3 LeConte
4 Knowledge & Its Limits Holliday MWF 10-11 101 Barker
11 Introduction to Philosophy of Religion Buchak MWF 12-1 2 LeConte
12A Introduction to Logic Warren MWF 1-2 2060 Valley
25B Modern Philosophy Ginsborg MWF 11-12 145 Dwinelle

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 Stroud Tu 2-4 160 Dwinelle
104 Ethical Theories Wallace MWF 11-12 60 Evans
110 Aesthetics Noë MWF 2-3 30 Wheeler
112 Special Topics in Aesthetics: Music & Meaning Ginsborg Tu 1-4 124 Morrison
122 Theory of Knowledge Gabriel MWF 10-11 220 Wheeler
125 Metaphysics Stroud TuTh 11-12:30 100 Wheeler
128 Philosophy of Science Roush TuTh 11-12:30 200 Wheeler
132 Philosophy of Mind Searle TuTh 9:30-11 277 Cory
135 Theory of Meaning MacFarlane TuTh 12:30-2 200 Wheeler
141 Philosophy and Game Theory Buchak MWF 3-4 100 Wheeler
146 Philosophy of Mathematics Mancosu MWF 11-12 110 Wheeler
161 Aristotle Corcilius TuTh 2-3:30 200 Wheeler
163 Topics in Greek Philosophy: The Presocratics Clarke MWF 12-1 220 Wheeler
181 Hegel Gabriel MWF 2-3 100 Wheeler
183 Schopenhauer & Nietzsche Kaiser TuTh 11-12:30 122 Wheeler
186b Later Wittgenstein Sluga TuTh 2-3:30 130 Wheeler
187-1 Special Topics in the History of Philosophy: Leibniz on Locke’s Essay Concerning Human Understanding Crockett MWF 12-1 129 Barrows
187-2 Friendship, Family, & Love in Chinese & Western Thinking Sluga TuTh 9:30-11 3205 Dwinelle
188 Phenomenology Dreyfus TuTh 11-12:30 220 Wheeler
190 Proseminar: Fact, Value, and Meaning MacFarlane TuTh 9:30-11 234 Moses Hall

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
290-2 Graduate Seminar: Perceptual Attention, Perceptual Disorders and the First Person Campbell Th 2-4 234 Moses Hall
290-3 Graduate Seminar: Aristotle’s Conception of Animal and Human Agency Corcilius W 2-4 234 Moses Hall
290-4 Graduate Seminar: Social Psychology & Philosophy Madva Tu 4-6 234 Moses Hall
290-5 Graduate Seminar: The Intentionality of Perceptual Experience Searle Tu 2-4 234 Moses Hall
290-6 Graduate Seminar: Recent Work on Reasons and Normativity Wallace M 2-4 234 Moses Hall
290-7 Graduate Seminar: Kant’s Metaphysical Foundations of Natural Science Warren F 3-5 234 Moses Hall

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