Spring 2015

Lower-division undergraduate courses

These courses have no prerequisites.

Number Title Instructor Days/time Room
R1B-1 Reading & Composition through Philosophy Rieppel TuTh 11:00-12:30 111 Kroeber
R1B-2 Reading & Composition through Philosophy Rieppel TuTh 12:30-2 125 Dwinelle
2 Individual Morality & Social Justice Sluga MWF 9-10 2 LeConte
4 Knowledge & Its Limits Perry TuTh 12:30-2 60 Evans
11 Introduction to the Philosophy of Religion Buchak MWF 11-12 105 North Gate
12A Introduction to Logic Mancosu MWF 10-11 160 Kroeber
25B Modern Philosophy Crockett MWF 11-12 145 Dwinelle
98BC-1 Berkeley Connect for Freshmen & Sophomores Crawford M 5-6 262 Dwinelle
98BC-2 Berkeley Connect for Freshmen & Sophomores Crawford M 6-7 262 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 Buchak W 2-4 30 Wheeler
107 Moral Psychology Shun MWF 2-3 220 Wheeler
115 Political Philosophy Sluga TuTh 11-12:30 242 Hearst Gym
125 Metaphysics Lee TuTh 12:30-2 20 Wheeler
135 Theory of Meaning MacFarlane TuTh 2-3:30 213 Wheeler
138 Philosophy of Society Searle TuTh 9:30-11 106 Moffitt
143 Modal Logic Holliday TuTh 9:30-11 30 Wheeler
163 Special Topics in Greek Philosophy Clarke MWF 11-12 110 Wheeler
174 Locke Crockett MWF 3-4 210 Wheeler
185 Heidegger Kaiser TuTh 11-12:30 30 Wheeler
186B Later Wittgenstein Stroud TuTh 11:00-12:30 210 Wheeler
190 Proseminar: Kierkegaard Dreyfus TuTh 9:30-11 234 Moses
198BC-2 Berkeley Connect for Juniors, Seniors, and Junior Transfers Fusco Tu 6-7 61 Evans
198BC-1 Berkeley Connect for Juniors, Seniors, and Junior Transfers Fusco Tu 5-6 222 Wheeler
198BC-3 Berkeley Connect for Juniors, Seniors, and Junior Transfers Khatchirian W 5-6 262 Dwinelle
198BC-4 Berkeley Connect for Juniors, Seniors, and Junior Transfers Khatchirian W 6-7 262 Dwinelle

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
290-1 Graduate Seminar: Plato’s Timaeus Corcilius/Clarke M 2-4 234 Moses
290-2 Graduate Seminar: Topics in Philosophical Logic Holliday Tu 1-3 234 Moses
290-3 Graduate Seminar: Merleau-Ponty’s Phenomenology of Perception NoĆ« Th 2-4 234 Moses
290-4 Graduate Seminar: Causation, Time, and Freedom Perry Tu 4-6 234 Moses
290-5 Graduate Seminar: The Moral Nexus Wallace W 2-4 234 Moses
290-6 Graduate Seminar: Modalities of Discourse Yalcin W 4-6 234 Moses
295 Dissertation Seminar Campbell F 12-2 234 Moses

Catalog | Course Descriptions