Syllabus-Spring 08

Syllabus-Spring 08 - Philosophy 107: Theories of Knowledge...

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Philosophy 107: Theories of Knowledge and Reality — Spring 2008 Instructor: Mark Barber Class Number and Time: M010 — TTH 12:30-1:50; 106 Huntington Hall M013 — TTH 11:00-12:20; 208a Marshall Sq. Mall Contact Info: phone — 443-2245 (Department; poor way to reach me) email — mgbarber@syr.edu (Best way to reach me) mailbox — Department of Philosophy, 541 Hall of Languages Other: office hours — By appointment website — blackboard.syr.edu (check frequently for announcements) Text: Tamar Szabo Gendler, Susanna Siegel, and Stephen M. Cahn (eds.) The Elements of Philosophy: Readings from the Past and Present. Oxford University Press. (Available at Schine Bookstore) Course Contents: Epistemology — We will examine questions about what knowledge is as well as questions about whether we can truly say that we know anything at all. Free will and Personal Identity — This unit will be divided in two. The first part we will ask questions like: What is free will? and Do we have free will? We will then segue into questions about personal identity. More specifically, questions like: What makes you
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This note was uploaded on 04/09/2008 for the course PHI 107 taught by Professor Mattskene during the Spring '08 term at Syracuse.

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Syllabus-Spring 08 - Philosophy 107: Theories of Knowledge...

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