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2003-2004 Course Schedule

Last Updated: 11/6/03
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Spring
Caston
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Cummins
Sabbatical
13 Minds, Brains, and Computers
Sabbatical
Dworkin
Research
Research
Davis Honors Challenge
Griesemer
31 Appraising Scientific Reasoning
108 Philosophy of the Biological Sciences
38 Introduction to Philosophy of Biology
HPS 131 Darwin
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Jubien
101 Metaphysics
189B Topics in Metaphysics
189K Topics in Logic
201 Metaphysics
King
1 Introduction to Philosophy
137 Philosophy of Language
Research
189B Topics in Metaphysics
237 Philosophy of Language
Malcolm
21 History of Philosophy: Ancient
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Mattey
102 Theory of Knowledge
168 Descartes
112 Intermediate Symbolic Logic
151 Philosophy of the Nineteenth Century
22N History of Philosophy: Early Modern
189C Topics in Theory of Knowledge
Neander
189H Topics in Philosophy of Mind
2xx The Nature of Concepts
Research
103 Philosophy of Mind
109 Philosophy of Social Science
Reiff
14 Ethical and Social Problems in Contemporary Society
117 Foundations of Ethics
1 Introduction to Philosophy
119 Philosophy of Law
217 Political Philosophy
5 Critical Reasoning
Rosati
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Sandell
. . 15 Bioethics
Teller
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210 Philosophy of Science
30 Introduction to Philosophy of Science
Väyrynen
116 Ethical Theories
214 Ethics
24 Introduction to Ethics and Political Philosophy
128 Rationality
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Wedin
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1 Introduction to Philosophy
262 Aristotle
Wilson
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290 History of Philosophy (Late Wittgenstein)
123 Aesthetics
127 Film Theory#
Staff
12 Introduction to Symbolic Logic

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