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Department of Philosophy

Last updated 25 August 2015

Currrent and Projected Future
Upper-Level Philosophy Offerings

The following list is tentative only, but it should give some idea of the course offerings at the 200 level and above which the Department of Philosophy projects for the next few years. (All of the 100 level philosophy courses are offered multiple times per year.)

Most course titles below are links to course descriptions.


Fall, 2015-2016

PHIL 201 Ancient Philosophy (Benso)
PHIL 202 Foundations of Moral Philosophy (Torcello)
PHIL 202 Foundations of Moral Philosophy (Robison)
PHIL 304 Philosophy of Law (Suits)
PHIL 309 Feminist Theory (Rosen-Carole)
PHIL 311 East Asian Philosophy (Schroeder)
PHIL 312 American Philosophy (Capps)
PHIL 402 Philosophy of Science [online] (Sanders)
PHIL 409 Existentialism (Schroeder)
PHIL 415 Ethical Theory (Robison)
PHIL 416 Seminar in Philosophy: Technology and Agency (Engström)


Spring, 2015-2016

PHIL 202 Foundations of Moral Philosophy (Mathers)
PHIL 203 Modern Philosophy (Capps)
PHIL 302 Symbolic Logic (Little)
PHIL 303 Philosophy of Art/Aesthetics (Terezakis)
PHIL 306 Professional Ethics [online] (Sanders)
PHIL 307 Philosophy of Technology (Engström)
PHIL 313 Philosophy of Film (Rosen-Carole)
PHIL 401 Great Thinkers (Schroeder)
PHIL 403 Social & Political Philosophy [online] (Sanders)
PHIL 406 Contemporary Philosophy (Benso)
PHIL 407 Philosophy of Action (Aguilar)
PHIL 415 Ethical Theory (Torcello)
PHIL 416 Seminar in Philosophy: Social Epistemology (Brister)
PHIL 449 Special Topics: Responsible Knowing (Brister)