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Spring 2019

  • PHIL 1.03 (10A) Philosophy and Economics (Passinsky)
  • PHIL 1.05 (10) Reasons, Values, Persons (Thomas)
  • PHIL 1.09 (9L) Science, Superstition, and Skepticism (Lewis)
  • PHIL 4.01 (11) Feminist Perspectives on Reproductive Ethics (Bumpus) (Identical to WGSS 61.06)
  • PHIL 6 (9S) Logic and Language (Rosenkoetter)
  • PHIL 9.02 (11) Environmental Ethics (Binkoski)
  • PHIL 9.06 (2) Friends, Lovers, Comrades: Ethical Issues of Special Relationships (Walden)
  • PHIL 16.01 (2) Self-Consciousness in German Idealism (Rosenkoetter)
  • PHIL 25 (12) Philosophy and Cognitive Science (Identical to COGSCI 25) (Roskies) (FORMERLY PHIL 10/cogs 11.01)
  • PHIL 34 (12) Language and Thought (Thomas)
  • PHIL 37 (10) Ethical Theory (Walden)
  • PHIL 50.28 (11) Philosophy of Time (Lewis)
  • PHIL 80.05 (2A) Meta-Metaphysics (Thomasson)

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Summer 2019

  • PHIL 1.15 (10A) Selves and Stories (Fraser-Menon)
  • PHIL 4 (3B) Philosophy and Gender (Brison) (Identical to WGSS 46.01)
  • PHIL 38.01 (3A) Equality, Justice, and Democracy (Plunkett)
  • PHIL 45.03 (2A) Consent in Law and Philosophy (Mason, Edinburgh Visiting Professor)

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Fall 2019

  • PHIL 1.08 (12) Philosophy of Time & Time Travel (Binkoski)
  • PHIL 1.16 (10A) Morality, Freedom, and the Mind (Thomasson)
  • PHIL 1.17 (3A) Race and Modernity (West) (Identical to ENGL 53.43)
  • PHIL 3 (10) Reason and Argument (Lewis)
  • PHIL 4 (11) Philosophy and Gender (Brison) (Identical to WGSS 46.01)
  • PHIL 8 (2A) Introduction to Moral Philosophy (Rosenkoetter)
  • PHIL 9.07 (10A)  (Rosenkoetter)
  • PHIL 11 (9L) Ancient Greek and Roman Philosophy (Thomas)
  • PHIL 26 (10) Philosophy and Computers (Ratoff) (Identical to COGS 26)
  • PHIL 28 (2A) Phenomenology and Existentialism (Thomasson)
  • PHIL 30 (12) Epistemology and Methodology (Lewis)
  • PHIL 35 (2) Mind and Psychology (Kulvicki)
  • PHIL 50.21 (3A) Current Research in Social/Political Philosophy (Plunkett & Muirhead) (Identical to GOV 86.30)
  • PHIL 50.31 (FSP) Classics of Modern Aesthetics (Walden)
  • PHIL 80.24 (2A) The Real, the True, and the Vaguely (Levey)

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Winter 2020

  • PHIL 1.03 (12) Philosophy and Economics (Putnam)
  • PHIL 1.11 (11) True, Beautiful, Nasty: Philosophy and The Arts (Kulvicki)
  • PHIL 5 (10) Philosophy and Medicine (Bumpus)
  • PHIL 6 (9S) Logic and Language (Levey)
  • PHIL 7.01 (12) First-Year Seminars in Philosophy: Contemporary Moral Issues (Bumpus)
  • PHIL 13.02 (2) Early Modern Philosophy: British Empiricism (Kulvicki)
  • PHIL 23.01 (10) Ethics and the Arts (Walden)
  • PHIL 25 (11) Philosophy of Cognitive Science (Identical to COGS 25) (Fiala)
  • PHIL 27 (11) Philosophy of Science (Lewis)
  • PHIL 50.32 (12) Love and Respect (Walden)
  • PHIL 80.25 (2A) Imagination (Thomas)

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Spring 2020

  • PHIL 1.xy (tba) Introduction to Philosophical Topics (Passinsky)
  • PHIL 1.09 (3B) Science, Superstition, and Skepticism (Plunkett)
  • PHIL 1.16 (2) Morality, Freedom, and the Mind (Thomasson)
  • PHIL 6 (9S) Logic and Language (Rosenkoetter)
  • PHIL 9.01 (2) Reproductive Ethics (Bumpus)
  • PHIL 9.02 (11) Environmental Ethics (Binkoski)
  • PHIL 16.02 (10) Kant on Moral, Legal, and Political Philosophy (Rosenkoetter)
  • PHIL 34 (10) Language and Thought (Thomas)
  • PHIL 38 (10A) Social and Political Philosophy (Putnam)
  • PHIL 40 (2A) Race, Gender, Sexuality (Brison)
  • PHIL 50.33 (11) Necessity and Possibility (Thomasson)
  • PHIL 80.21 (6B) Philosophical Methodology (Plunkett)

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Summer 2020 (TENTATIVE)

  • PHIL 1.xx (10A) Introduction to Philosophical Topics: TBA (Plunkett)
  • PHIL 9.08 (3A) Ethics and Information Technology (Brison)
  • PHIL 38.01 (2A) Equality, Justice, and Democracy (Plunkett & Muirhead)
  • PHIL 45 (10A) Special Topics in Philosophy: TBA (Edinburgh Visiting Professor)

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Fall 2020 (TENTATIVE)

  • PHIL 1.xx (10) Introduction to Philosophical Topics: TBA (Thomasson)
  • PHIL 1.xx (2) Introduction to Philosophical Topics: TBA (Walden)
  • PHIL 1.09 (2A) Science, Superstition, and Skepticism (Plunkett)
  • PHIL 1.14 (10A) Knowledge, Truth, and Power (Brison)
  • PHIL 3 (12) Reason and Argument (Thomas)
  • PHIL 11 (9L) Ancient Greek and Roman Philosophy (Thomas)
  • PHIL 19.02 (10A) Transcendental Philosophy in Husserl and Heidegger (Rosenkoetter)
  • PHIL 23.03 (12) Art and Its Nature (Thomasson)
  • PHIL 34 (10A) Language and Thought (Plunkett)
  • PHIL 37 (2A) Ethical Theory (Rosenkoetter)
  • PHIL 50.xx (FSP) Foreign Study Program in Edinburgh, Scotland (Kulvicki)
  • PHIL 80.xx (2A) Epistemic Injustice (Brison)

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Winter 2021 (TENTATIVE)

  • PHIL 1.xx (12) Introduction to Philosophical Topics: TBA (Lewis)
  • PHIL 1.05 (10) Reasons, Values, Persons (Thomas)
  • PHIL 1.11 (11) True, Beautiful, Nasty: Philosophy and The Arts (Kulvicki)
  • PHIL 6 (9S) Logic and Language (Levey)
  • PHIL 7.xx (12) First-Year Seminar in Philosophy (TBA)
  • PHIL 8 (10A) Introduction to Moral Philosophy (Walden)
  • PHIL 13.02 (2) British Empiricism (Kulvicki)
  • PHIL 27 (10) Philosophy of Science (Lewis)
  • PHIL 35 (12) Mind and Psychology (Roskies)
  • PHIL 50.xx (11) Advanced Seminar in Philosophy: TBA (Levey)
  • PHIL 80.xx (2A) Culminating Experience in Philosophy: TBA (Walden)

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Spring 2021 (TENTATIVE)

  • PHIL 1.04 (9L) God, Darwin, and the Cosmos (Lewis)
  • PHIL 1.05 (11) Reasons, Values, Persons (Levey)
  • PHIL 6 (9S) Logic and Language (Rosenkoetter)
  • PHIL 19.xx (2A) History of 19th/20th Century Philosophy: TBA (Thomasson)
  • PHIL 25 (tba) Philosophy of Cognitive Science (Roskies) (Identical to COGS 25)
  • PHIL 29.01 (10) Of Time and Necessity (Levey)
  • PHIL 31.07 (10A) The Social World (Thomasson)
  • PHIL 32 (11) Intermediate Logic (Lewis)
  • PHIL 50.xx (12) Advanced Seminar in Philosophy: TBA (Thomas)
  • PHIL 80.xx (6A) Culminating Experience in Philosophy: TBA (Rosenkoetter)

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