Lecture 1--Intro - LectureInstructor:AmandaRoth

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Lecture Instructor: Amanda Roth  (Postdoctoral Fellow at the Center for  Ethics in Public Life)
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Waitlist Introduction to Course Talk Through Syllabus Take Questions In Class Activity: Moral Foundations Questionnaire
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Will you get into this course? This depends on: Whether students currently in the discussion section you  need drop the course Section 002 has 2 open seats Section 003 is closed with no waitlist Section 004 is closed with 2 people on the waitlist Your priority level as determined by the philosophy  department’s official policy This policy gives first priority to sophomores, then to freshmen,  then to all others in accordance with their position on the waitlist
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Other philosophy courses to consider (which have  no prerequisites and open seats) Phil 232  Problems of Philosophy Will cover the mind-body problem, the existence of God,  free will, and obligations to other humans and animals Phil 375 
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This note was uploaded on 01/23/2012 for the course PHIL 160 taught by Professor Amandaroth during the Winter '11 term at University of Michigan.

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Lecture 1--Intro - LectureInstructor:AmandaRoth

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