730%20371%20H6%20Weaver - Rutgers University PHIL 730-01...

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Rutgers University PHIL 730-01: Philosophy of Death and Dying 1 Time: Tuesdays and Thursdays 6:00pm to 9:40pm Location: SC 105 Professor: Christopher G. Weaver E-mail: christophergweaver [at] gmail [dot] com Office Hours: Available by E-mail & By Appointment I. Course Description The course will introduce students to various metaphysical and ethical issues regarding life, death, and dying. II. Learning Objectives 1. Students will learn various theories of life and death. 2. Students will interact with a wide-range of philosophical literature on the ethical issues surrounding the process of death. III. General Approach During the beginning of class each Tuesday and Thursday nights (6:00pm 6:30pm), I will administer a quiz over the reading material assigned during the previous class, as well as the material presented during the previous lecture. Then, from 6:30pm to 6:50pm, we will grade the quizzes in class and discuss any questions you may have. From 6:50pm 8:00pm, I will lecture through new material, and from 8:00pm to 8:20pm, we will break.
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