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2007-2008 Course Schedule

Last Updated: 12/9/07

Fall
Winter
Spring
Allison
Not Teaching
Not Teaching
290 History of Philosophy: Hume
Balcerak
32 Understanding Scientific Change
157 Twentieth Century European Philosophy
5 Critical Reasoning
104 The Evolution of Mind
5 Critical Reasoning
Dworkin
119 Philosophy of Law
Not Teaching
15 Bioethics
Gilmore
12 Introduction to Symbolic Logic
101 Metaphysics
105 Philosphy of Religion
201 Metaphysics
Not Teaching
Glanzberg
1 Introduction to Philosophy
189J Topics in Philosophy of Language
Not Teaching Not Teaching
Griesemer
210 Philosophy of Science 31 Appraising Scientific Reasoning
Not Teaching
Jackson
Not Teaching 112 Intermediate Symbolic Logic
237 Philosophy of Language
1 Introduction to Philosophy
137C Semantics and Pragmatics
Mattey
174 Hume
213 Advanced Logic
151: 19th Century European Philosophy
22N History of Philosophy: Early Modern
102 Theory of Knowledge
May
Sabbatical
17 Introduction to Philosophy of Language
137A Theory of Reference
238 Philosophy of Language Workshop
Not Teaching
Millstein
Not Teaching 108 Philosophy of the Biological Sciences
115 Problems in Normative Ethics
30 Introduction to Philosophy of Science
208 Philosophy of Biology
Molyneux
13 Minds, Brains and Computers
203 Philosophy of Mind
Not Teaching 103 Philosophy of Mind
189H Topics in Philosophy of Mind
Sennet
137B Truth and Meaning
200A Proseminar I
1 Introduction to Philosophy
156 Contemporary Analytic Philosophy
Not Teaching
Szaif
Not Teaching 21 History of Philosophy: Ancient
161 Plato
143 Hellenistic and Neo-Platonic Philosophy
290 History of Philosophy
Väyrynen
Not Teaching 116 Ethical Theories
200B Proseminar II
Not Teaching
Wedin
160 Presocratics
Not Teaching
162 Aristotle
Staff
14 Ethical and Social Problems in Contemporary Society . .

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