Department of Philosophy


Spring 2022 Philosophy Classes

See the full Spring 2022 course brochure here!
 

CRN

SUBJECT

COURSE TITLE

INSTRUCTOR

DAYS/TIME

CRN 20437

PHIL 101.01

Introduction to Philosophy

Grantham

MWF 10:00-10:50

CRN 20438

PHIL 101.02

Introduction to Philosophy

Nadelhoffer

Online/synchronous
TR 10:50-12:05

CRN 20439

PHIL 101.03

Introduction to Philosophy

Neufeld

TR 12:15-1:30

CRN 21479

PHIL 101.04

Introduction to Philosophy

Kingston

TR 12:15-1:30

CRN 22118

PHIL 101.05

Introduction to Philosophy

Kingston

TR 1:40-2:55

CRN 23211

PHIL 115.01

Critical Thinking

Hemmenway

MWF 11:00-11:50

CRN 20714

PHIL 120.01

Symbolic Logic

Krasnoff

MWF 11:00-11:50

CRN 20937

PHIL120.02

Symbolic Logic

Krasnoff

MWF 12:00-12:50

CRN 23212

PHIL 150.01

Nature, Technology and Society

Boyle

MWF 9:00-9:50

CRN 21312

PHIL 155.01

Environmental Ethics

Baker

MWF 9:00-9:50

CRN 21865

PHIL 155.02

Environmental Ethics

Baker

MWF 10:00-10:50

CRN 23213

PHIL 165.01

Philosophy of Sex and Gender

Hough

MW 2:00-3:15

CRN 23217

PHIL 165.02

Philosophy of Sex and Gender

Hough

MW 3:25-4:40

CRN 22116

PHIL 170.01

Biomedical Ethics

Phillips

TR 9:25-10:40

CRN 22117

PHIL 170.02

Biomedical Ethics

Phillips

MWF 10:50-12:05

CRN 23214

PHIL 198.01

Topics in Philosophy: Philosophy and Science Fiction

Phillips

MW 2:00-3:15

CRN 20440

PHIL 202.01

History of Modern Philosophy

Boyle

MWF 12:00-12:50

CRN 23215

PHIL 203.01

Philosophy of Human Nature

Hemmenway

MW 3:25-4:40

CRN 2334

PHIL 207.01

Ethics

Baker

MWF 1:00-1:50

CRN 23218

PHIL 234.01

Eastern Philosophy

Coseru

TR 10:50-12:05

CRN 21311

PHIL 270.01

Philosophy of Law

Neufeld

TR 9:25-10:40

CRN 23216

PHIL 270.02

Philosophy of Law

Nadelhoffer

Online/synchronous
TR 1:40-2:55

CRN 23283

PHIL 298.01

Special Topics: Socrates

Flores

TR 10:50-12:05

CRN 23219

PHIL 330.01

Philosophy of Mind

Coseru

TR 1:40-2:55

CRN 20441

PHIL 450.01

Senior Seminar: Trust

Kingston

W 2:00-4:45

 

Philosophy is an exciting and challenging discipline because it focuses on some of the deepest and most intractable questions humans face:  Is there any objective standard of moral rightness?  Does God exist?  Do humans have free will?  The methods philosophers use to tackle these questions – imaginative “thought experiments” and rigorous analysis of arguments – help students to build skills that are essential to a liberal arts education.  The department has an accomplished faculty that is dedicated to undergraduate teaching.  We offer a comprehensive major as well as wide range of introductory courses that allow non-majors to explore philosophy.