Philosophy Subjects Spring 2002

Undergraduate | Graduate

Catalog 24.UR-24.921 | 24.922-24.THG

Undergraduate

Number

Title (link to subject webpage)

Instructor

Day/Time

Room

24.UR

Undergraduate research

*See dept.

 

 

24.00
HASS-D
CI-H
final exam

Problems of philosophy

Glanzberg

MW 1-2

4-237

 

Recitation I
Recitation II
Recitation III
Recitation IV

 

F 12-1
F 1-2
F 1-2
R 3-4

56-167
8-302
66-156
56-169

24.02
HASS-D
CI-H

What is the best way to live?

Wedgwood

MW 2-3

4-370

 

Recitation I
Recitation II
Recitation III
Recitation IV
Recitation V

 

F 12-1
F 1-2
R 3-4
F 1-2
R 3-4

56-191
56-191
66-154
56-180
12-102

24.111

Philosophy of quantum mechanics

Hall

TR 9:30-11

1-134

24.119

Minds and machines

Byrne

TR 11-12:30

24-121

24.202
CI-H

Modern philosophy: Descartes to Kant

Hall

TR 1-2:30

1-135

24.209

Philosophy in film and other media

Singer

T 7-10pm

1-150

24.211

Theory of knowledge

Feldman

TR 2:30-4

56-191

24.231

Ethics

Wedgwood

MW 11-12:30

4-253

24.242

Logic II

McGee

MW 1-2:30

14N-325

24.251

Intro to philosophy of language

McGee

MW 9:30-11

56-169

24.262

Feeling & imagination in art, science, and technology

Singer

TR 2:30-4

24-110

24.293

Special topics in philosophy

*See dept.

 

 

 

Graduate

Number

Title (link to subject webpage)

Instructor

Day/Time

Room

24.401

Proseminar II

Thomson, Yablo

M 2-5
F12:30-3:30

E39-329

24.501

Problems in metaphysics

Byrne

R 4-7 (new time)

E51-393

24.611J

Political philosophy

Cohen

F 9-12

E51-165

24.729

Topics in philosophy of language

Glanzberg, Siegel

T 2-5

E39-335

24.805

Topics in theory of knowledge

Feldman

W 3-6 (new time)

E56-249

24.892

Special graduate topics in philosophy

*See dept.

 

 

24.THG

Graduate thesis

*See dept.

 

 


M=Monday; T=Tuesday; W=Wednesday; R=Thursday; F=Friday


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