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Philosophy Spring 2013
PHIL 1 - INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY
Units: 3
An introduction to some of the enduring issues in human history, helps the student cultivate the skills of critical thinking and rational discourse.
eventFull term: 1/22/2013 to 5/23/2013
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Open Seats: NoneM W9:00AM - 10:15roomLRC 104 personC. OtwellsubjectDetails
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Open Seats: NoneM W10:30AM - 11:45roomLRC 104 personA. DzidasubjectDetails
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Open Seats: NoneM W1:30PM - 2:45roomLRC 104 personT. CarrollsubjectDetails
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Open Seats: NoneM W12:00PM - 1:15roomLRC 104 personT. CarrollsubjectDetails
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Open Seats: None T Th9:00AM - 10:15roomLRC 104 personB. SmithsubjectDetails
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Open Seats: None T Th10:30AM - 11:45roomLRC 104 personB. SmithsubjectDetails
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Open Seats: None T Th1:30PM - 2:45roomLRC 104 personT. CarrollsubjectDetails
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Open Seats: None T Th12:00PM - 1:15roomLRC 104 personT. CarrollsubjectDetails
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Open Seats: None W7:00PM - 9:50roomLRC 104 personP. PolloczeksubjectDetails
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Open Seats: NoneOnline publicONLINEpersonB. SmithsubjectDetails
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Open Seats: NoneOnline publicONLINEpersonJ. PaksubjectDetails
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PHIL 10 - WORLD RELIGIONS
Units: 3
A survey of the major religions of the world. Emphasizes both similarities and differences between Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Judaism, Shintoism, and Taoism.
eventFull term: 1/22/2013 to 5/23/2013
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Open Seats: None T Th10:30AM - 11:45roomLRC 108 personA. DzidasubjectDetails
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Open Seats: None Th7:00PM - 9:50roomSM 313 personB. KareliussubjectDetails
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PHIL 12 - INTRODUCTION TO LOGIC
Units: 3
A fundamental introductory course in critical thinking. Provides methods for evaluating arguments as they might occur in a wide variety of fields and endeavors.
eventFull term: 1/22/2013 to 5/23/2013
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Open Seats: NoneM W10:30AM - 11:45roomLRC 108 personD. HillsubjectDetails
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Open Seats: None T7:00PM - 9:50roomLRC 104 personD. HillsubjectDetails
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Open Seats: None T Th12:00PM - 1:15roomLRC 108 personB. SmithsubjectDetails
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PHIL 14 - PHILOSOPHY OF RELIGION
Units: 3
Introduces the student to the theoretical orientations, central concepts, basic problems, and classical arguments of Western philosophy of religion.
eventMeets from: 1/22/2013 to 5/23/2013
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Open Seats: NoneM3:55PM - 6:55roomLRC 104 personP. PolloczeksubjectDetails
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PHIL 15 - INTRODUCTION TO ETHICS
Units: 3
Introduction to major topics and concepts of ethical theory, e.g., nature of evaluation, appraisals of the "good life," obligations to others, conflicts between individuals desire and social restraint.
eventMeets from: 1/22/2013 to 5/23/2013
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Open Seats: NoneM7:00PM - 10:00roomLRC 104 personT. CarrollsubjectDetails
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Open Seats: NoneM W9:00AM - 10:15roomLRC 108 personT. CarrollsubjectDetails
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