Study of important philosophical themes and figures of the 19th and 20th

Study of important philosophical themes and figures

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Study of important philosophical themes and figures of the 19th and 20th centuries. 298 PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE: INTERNSHIP IN APPLIED PHILOSOPHY 1-12 F,S 3 PHI courses req, including at least 1 at the 200- or 300-level. 2.50 GPA in PHI courses req. Complete dept application procedure. Max 3 hrs toward PHI maj/min. Cons dept chair. Planned, supervised experience in a governmental or com- munity organization providing experience in applying philo- sophical theory to current social or scientific problems. 305 TOPICS IN 20TH CENTURY PHILOSOPHY 3 F or S PHI 256 and PHI 112 or MAT/PHI 210 req. Formerly 20TH CENTURY PHILOSOPHY. May be repeated for cr if topic different. Major philosophical movements of the 20th century, focus- ing on significant figures. 310 TOPICS IN PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE 3 F or S Cons inst. May be repeated for cr if topic different. Examination of topics in philosophy of natural, behavioral, and/or social sciences, e.g., scientific explanation, evidence, methodology, progress, universality, normativity, testability. 315 TOPICS IN PHILOSOPHY, SCIENCE, AND THE MIND 3 F or S Cons inst. May be repeated for cr if topic different. Exploration of a philosophical topic on the scientific study of the mind (e.g., mind-body problem, artificial intelligence, philosophical psychology, neuroscience). Philosophy
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220 C A S 330 TOPICS IN MORAL THEORY 3 F or S Cons inst req. Formerly MORAL THEORY. May be repeated for cr if topic different. Examination of fundamental issues in moral philosophy, e.g., possibility of moral knowledge, justification of value judgments, nature of moral responsibility. 339 TOPICS IN THE PHILOSOPHY OF ART 3 F or S 2 PHI courses req, Incl one 200-level or higher. Grad students may enroll without previous PHI courses. May be repeated for cr if topic different. Philosophical examination of expression, aesthetic experi- ence, representation, nature of art, possibility of objective evaluation as applied to various art forms. 340 TOPICS IN LEGAL AND POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY 3 F or S Cons inst req. Formerly TOPICS IN POLITICAL PHI- LOSOPHY. May be repeated for cr if topic different. Intensive examination of selected topics in social, political and legal philosophy, e.g., liberty, justice, rights, equality, community, democracy, political obligation. 350 TOPICS IN THE HISTORY OF PHILOSOPHY 3 F or S Cons inst req.. May be repeated for cr if topic different. Intensive examination of an important figure, movement, or theme in the history of philosophy, e.g. Plato, British Empiricism, freewill/determinism. 363 TOPICS IN METAPHYSICS AND EPISTEMOLOGY 3 S or F PHI 256 and PHI 112 or MAT/PHI 210. May be repeated for cr if topic different. Detailed examination of selected issues in contemporary metaphysics and epistemology. 390 INDEPENDENT STUDY 1-3 1 PHI course; cons inst and dept chair req. 395 SENIOR THESIS 1 F,S Completion of a min of 23 hrs of PHI courses includ- ing at least one 300-level course.
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  • Fall '15
  • TrevorBelcher
  • Academia, Academic degree, Bachelor's degree

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