Introduction to Philosophy

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Introduction to Philosophy 730:104 Lectures James Simmons Email: jsimmons@philosophy.rutgers.edu Office Hours: Monday 4:00-5:00 & Tuesday 2:00-3:00 at Douglass Student Discussion Sections Erik Hoversten Email: ehoversten@philosophy.rutgers.edu Office Hours: TBA Carlotta Pavese Email: cpavese@philosophy.rutgers.edu Office Hours: TBA Kurt Sylvan Email: ksylvan@philosophy.rutgers.edu Office Hours: Wednesday & Friday 3:00-4:00 Seminary 3 Room 207 Lectures Wednesday: 11:30 – 12:50 Scott 135 Friday: 1:10 – 2:30 Scott 135 Discussion Sections Section 1: Wednesday 10:05 – 11:00 Scott 202 Sylvan Section 2: Wednesday 10:05 – 11:00 Frelinghuysen B6 Hoversten Section 3: Wednesday 10:05 – 11:00 Scott 214 Parvese Section 4: Friday 10:05 – 11:00 Scott 105 Section 5: Friday 10:05 – 11:00 Scott 104 Section 6: Friday 10:05 – 11:00 Scott 106 Overview This course will serve as a first introduction to some central questions, puzzles and paradoxes of philosophy. We will discuss topics in epistemology (do you know that you have hands?); metaphysics (could you have stayed in bed this morning?); philosophy of religion (is it rational to believe in God?); and ethics (what is the right thing to do?).
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This note was uploaded on 10/19/2011 for the course PHIL 104 taught by Professor Bunzl during the Spring '08 term at Rutgers.

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