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2011 - Spring

College of Arts & Sciences (AS)

Philosophy (PHI)


PHI 1306
Logic
1306   Logic                                                                        TCCNS: PHIL 2303
   A critical analysis of the principles and methods used to distinguish correct from incorrect reasoning. The student examines uses of language, definitions, and informal fallacies. Included is an introductory study of the logic of the syllogism, the logic of truth functions, the logic of extended propositional proofs, the logic of relations, and the logic of experimental methods used in the sciences. The student is assisted in developing his or her ability to think critically and coherently and to construct well-formulated arguments.
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01Open252N/A10352MWF1010AM - 1100AMMORRSN 1063Regular
Ryan Byerly
Start Date: 01/10/2011; End Date: 05/10/2011
02Open291N/A10354MWF1115AM - 1205PMMORRSN 1083Regular
Matt Douglass
Start Date: 01/10/2011; End Date: 05/10/2011
03Closed250N/A15055MWF1220PM - 0110PMMORRSN 1083Regular
Tom Tong
Start Date: 01/10/2011; End Date: 05/10/2011
04Open303N/A10358TR0930AM - 1045AMMORRSN 1083Regular
Emily K Glass
Start Date: 01/10/2011; End Date: 05/10/2011
05Closed250N/A10359TR1100AM - 1215PMMORRSN 1053Regular
Travis Coblentz
Start Date: 01/10/2011; End Date: 05/10/2011
06Open2512N/A22068MWF0905AM - 0955AMMORRSN 1053Regular
Gregory S Poore
Start Date: 01/10/2011; End Date: 05/10/2011
07Closed200N/A21980TR0200PM - 0315PMMORRSN 1083Regular
Nathan Carson
Start Date: 01/10/2011; End Date: 05/10/2011
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Start Date: 01/10/2011; End Date: 05/10/2011
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PHI 1306
Logic-HONORS
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Ryan Byerly
Start Date: 01/10/2011; End Date: 05/10/2011
H2Closed0-1N/A26694TBA0000AM - 0001AMTBA TBA3Regular
Emily K Glass
Start Date: 01/10/2011; End Date: 05/10/2011


PHI 1307
Critical Thinking
1307   Critical Thinking  (Cross-listed as MH 1307)                                  
   The development of critical, coherent, and creative thinking, including understanding, analyzing, and evaluating the claims of others, organizing ideas clearly, and constructing sound arguments. Development of sensitivity to argumentation technique and to the language in which arguments are expressed, with particular attention to the persuasive techniques of advertising and other controversial issues in the mass media.
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01Open254N/A10362MWF1010AM - 1100AMMORRSN 1083Regular
Francis J. Beckwith
Start Date: 01/10/2011; End Date: 05/10/2011


PHI 1308
Contemporary Moral Issues
1308   Introductory Topics in Ethics                                      
   An introductory study of philosophical issues related to moral, social, and political life. Variable topics, possibly including morality and modernity, friendship, just war and pacifism, love and sex, the seven deadly sins, poverty, affluence, environment, business, or medical or professional ethics. May be repeated once provided the topic is different, not to exceed six hours.
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01Open211N/A24086MWF1220PM - 0110PMMORRSN 1053Regular
Brad Brummeler
Start Date: 01/10/2011; End Date: 05/10/2011


PHI 1308
Seven Deadly Sins
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02Open203N/A16754TR1230PM - 0145PMMORRSN 1063Regular
Adam C Pelser
Start Date: 01/10/2011; End Date: 05/10/2011


PHI 1308
Biomedical Ethics
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Michael Beaty
Start Date: 01/10/2011; End Date: 05/10/2011


PHI 1308
Biomedical Ethics HON
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Michael Beaty
Start Date: 01/10/2011; End Date: 05/10/2011
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PHI 1308
IntroTopics in Ethics-HONORS
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Brad Brummeler
Start Date: 01/10/2011; End Date: 05/10/2011


PHI 1321
Faith, Truth and Philosophy
1321   Introductory Topics in Philosophy                                  TCCNS: PHI 1301
   An introductory study of major philosophical topics, themes, and thinkers. The course aims to develop the ability to read texts critically and to think clearly about such fundamental issues as God, human knowledge and the nature of reality.
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01Open208N/A10371MWF0905AM - 0955AMMORRSN 1083Regular
Joel A Schwartz
Start Date: 01/10/2011; End Date: 05/10/2011


PHI 1321
The thought of C. S. Lewis
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02Open251N/A10375TR0930AM - 1045AMMORRSN 1053Regular
Trent G. Dougherty
Start Date: 01/10/2011; End Date: 05/10/2011


PHI 1321
Three Modern Myths
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03Open204N/A10379MWF1115AM - 1205PMMORRSN 1063Regular
Dan Johnson
Start Date: 01/10/2011; End Date: 05/10/2011


PHI 1321
Faith, Truth and Philosophy
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Joel A Schwartz
Start Date: 01/10/2011; End Date: 05/10/2011
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PHI 2301
Existentialism
2301   Existentialism                                              
   An examination and evaluation of philosophical themes and methods in existentialist writings. Themes such as freedom, anxiety, despair, nothingness, alienation, death, God, the impotence of reason, the conflict between individuality and the dehumanizing tendencies of mass society, and the conflict between authentic self and inauthentic self are considered. Attention is focused upon the work of such thinkers as Kierkegaard, Nietzsche, Jaspers, Heidegger, Marcel, Sartre, and Camus.
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Stephen Evans
Start Date: 01/10/2011; End Date: 05/10/2011


PHI 2305
Philosophy & Religion
2305   Philosophy and Religion                                    
   A critical analysis of the rationality of religious beliefs, principally those in the theistic tradition. Topics may include the existence of God, evil, religious language, religious experience, faith and reason, and individual religious commitments in a pluralistic world.
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01Open206N/A16757TR0930AM - 1045AMMORRSN 1063Regular
Alexander Pruss
Start Date: 01/10/2011; End Date: 05/10/2011


PHI 2309
Philosophical Traditions
2309   Philosophical Traditions
   An introductory study of a central philosophical tradition in its historical context and for its enduring philosophical contribution. Possible traditions include existentialism, feminism, political liberalism, pragmatism, post-modernism, naturalism, positivism, and scholasticism. May be taken a maximum of two times if different topics, not to exceed six semester hours.
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Start Date: 01/10/2011; End Date: 05/10/2011
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PHI 3301
Moral Philosophy
3301   Moral Philosophy                                            
   A critical study of problems in moral judgment and evaluation, with analysis of presuppositions and justifications used in moral discourse. Problems such as freedom and determinism, relativism and absolutism, conflicts of duties and ends, grounds of moral obligation, and choices involving personal and social goals are also studied. This course will introduce students to a number of major primary sources in the history of moral philosophy.
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01Open252N/A18597TR1100AM - 1215PMMORRSN 1063Regular
Robert B. Kruschwitz
Start Date: 01/10/2011; End Date: 05/10/2011
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Start Date: 01/10/2011; End Date: 05/10/2011
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PHI 3305
British Philosophy
3305   British Philosophy and Culture                              
   This course is designed for Baylor University's study-abroad program. (Note: see section in this catalog regarding foreign study.) While the specific course content will vary with the instructor, attention will be given to the way issues have been addressed by philosophers in the British Isles such as Thomas More, Francis Bacon, Hobbes, Locke, Hume, John Stuart Mill, Wittgenstein, Bertrand Russell, and Gilbert Ryle. The philosophical ideas of literary figures such as Jane Austen, Robert Browning, and William Wordsworth may also be considered. Discussions will be developed in the rich settings of cathedrals, theaters, universities, and museums.
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Start Date: 01/10/2011; End Date: 05/10/2011
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PHI 3310
Hist of Philosphy-Classic
3310   History of Philosophy: Classical Philosophy
   Historical context in which philosophy developed and how the original issues of philosophy continue to inform historical and contemporary philosophical debate. Emphasizes the reading of primary sources: Homer, Hesiod, the pre-Socratics, the Sophists, Plato, and Aristotle, and the study of Stoicism, Epicureanism, and Skepticism.
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01Open253N/A10397TR1230PM - 0145PMMORRSN 1053Regular
Anne-Marie Schultz
Start Date: 01/10/2011; End Date: 05/10/2011


PHI 3312
His Mod European Phil
3312   History of Philosophy: Modern European Philosophy          
   A study of the major developments in philosophy from the Renaissance through the first half of the nineteenth century. The demise of late Scholasticism, the rise of modern science, the philosophies of the Continental Rationalists and the British Empiricists, the critical philosophy of Kant, and German Idealism are considered. Philosophers studied include Descartes, Leibniz, Spinoza, Hobbes, Locke, Berkeley, Hume, Kant, Hegel, Marx, Schopenhauer, Kierkegaard, and Nietzsche.
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01Open273N/A10399MWF1010AM - 1100AMMORRSN 1053Regular
Robert M. Baird
Start Date: 01/10/2011; End Date: 05/10/2011
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Start Date: 01/10/2011; End Date: 05/10/2011
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PHI 3320
Phil Issues in Feminism
3320   Philosophical Issues in Feminism                            
   A critical study of philosophical issues in feminism including moral issues of equal rights and justice, sex role stereotypes, equal opportunity and reverse  discrimination, equality between the sexes, abortion, and philosophers' theories of feminism. Topics may vary from semester to semester.
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01Closed120N/A21991MWF1115AM - 1205PMMORRSN 1073Regular
Lenore Wright
Start Date: 01/10/2011; End Date: 05/10/2011


PHI 3322
Philosophy of Art
3322   Philosophy and the Arts  (Cross-listed as ART 3390)
   A survey of the major contemporary sources in aesthetics. Problems discussed are concerned with the aesthetic experience, the interpretation of art (including the definition of art, the nature of metaphor, the relation of art to knowledge, meaning in art), and criticism in literature and other art forms.
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Start Date: 01/10/2011; End Date: 05/10/2011
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PHI 4310
Philosophy of Science
4310   Philosophy of Science                                      
   An analysis of philosophical problems about science. Such central concepts as law, causation, induction, hypothesis, theory, verification, and models are studied. Presuppositions and methodologies of different sciences may be examined. The relation of scientific views to moral, social, and metaphysical problems is considered.
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01Open301N/A23600TR1100AM - 1215PMMORRSN 1083Regular
James A. Marcum
Start Date: 01/10/2011; End Date: 05/10/2011


PHI 4311
Epistemology
4311   Epistemology                                                
   A critical examination of classical and current problems in theories of knowledge. Attention is given to such problems as meaning, truth, the knowing situation, universals, knowledge of the external world and of other minds, and validation of knowledge claims. The contributions of recent movements such as logical empiricism, linguistic analysis, phenomenology may be studied.
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01Closed120N/A25206TR0930AM - 1045AMMORRSN 1073Regular
Jonathan L. Kvanvig
Start Date: 01/10/2011; End Date: 05/10/2011


PHI 4318
Philosophy of Law
4318   Philosophy of Law  (Cross-listed as AMS 4318)
   A critical study of historical and contemporary approaches to primary issues in jurisprudence and the philosophy of law, including tort law, criminal law, and Constitutional law.
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01Closed200N/A25207MW0230PM - 0345PMMORRSN 1063Regular
Francis J. Beckwith
Start Date: 01/10/2011; End Date: 05/10/2011


PHI 4320
Philosophy of Religion
4320   The Philosophy of Religion                                  
   A philosophical inquiry into such topics as the existence and nature of God, religious experience, immortality, the problem of evil, the relationship between reason and faith, the meaning of religious language and symbols, and the validity of religious knowledge claims. Methods of contemporary philosophical analysis are used in clarifying religious concepts.
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Todd Buras
Start Date: 01/10/2011; End Date: 05/10/2011
For students studying in St. Andrews


PHI 4321
Metaphysics
4321   Metaphysics                                                
   A critical analysis of classical and contemporary metaphysical systems and problems. These include the world views found in the philosophies of naturalism, idealism, personalism, positivism, pragmatism, organicism, and existentialism. Problem areas considered are mind-body relations, cosmology, ontology, philosophical anthropology, universals, determinism, and freedom. Basic categories such substance, cause, time, space, matter, and form are critically examined. Attention also is focused upon methods and criteria employed in metaphysical study.
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Start Date: 01/10/2011; End Date: 05/10/2011
For International Exchange students only


PHI 4325
Lit/Phi Perspectives Medicine
4325   Literary and Philosophical Perspectives on Medicine  (Cross-listed as MH 4325)
Prerequisite(s): For Philosophy and Medical Humanities juniors and seniors majors/minors only.
    Examination of literature dealing with illness, disease, pain, and death in order to understand better how societal perceptions and values of the care-giver affect the patient. Study of literary, philosophical, and medical works; each student will present a significant work for discussion, together with a major paper in one of these areas.
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01Closed50N/A23601TR1230PM - 0145PMMORRSN 1083Regular
James A. Marcum
Start Date: 01/10/2011; End Date: 05/10/2011


PHI 4331
Lat American Philosophy
4331   Latin American Philosophy                                  
Prerequisite(s): Upper-level standing.
   Philosophical and intellectual movements in Latin America from the colonial times to the present. These movements include scholasticism, eclecticism, utilitarianism, romanticism, positivism, vitalism, phenomenology, and existentialism and philosophies of liberation. Works of major representatives of these movements (including such men as Bello, Mora, Sierra, Varona, Deustua, Caso, Korn, Vasconcelos, Farias Brito, Vaz Ferreira, and Romero) are studied.
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Start Date: 01/10/2011; End Date: 05/10/2011
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PHI 4340
East Asian Philosophy
4340   East Asian Philosophy  (Cross-listed as AST 4340)                                      
   An historical and critical survey of the major movements in Chinese, Indian, or Japanese philosophy. Course may be repeated once with different area of concentration.
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01Open259N/A25208TR0330PM - 0445PMMORRSN 1103Regular
William F. Cooper
Start Date: 01/10/2011; End Date: 05/10/2011


PHI 4360
Nature of Moral Theory
4360   Contemporary Ethical Theory  
Prerequisite(s): Upper-level standing.                              
   Major issues in contemporary ethical writings. Course may be repeated once for credit if topic varies.
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01Open153N/A21997TR1100AM - 1215PMMORRSN 1073Regular
Robert C. Roberts
Start Date: 01/10/2011; End Date: 05/10/2011


PHI 4360
Contemporary Ethics
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Start Date: 01/10/2011; End Date: 05/10/2011
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PHI 4361
Social Philosophy
4361   Social Philosophy                                          
   A critical survey of the fundamental concepts and theories used in justifying social institutions. Problems such as authority, law, freedom, rights, equality, responsibility, power, justice, the state, and justification of open societies are considered.
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01Closed150N/A25209MWF0125PM - 0215PMMORRSN 1053Regular
Robert M. Baird
Start Date: 01/10/2011; End Date: 05/10/2011
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Start Date: 01/10/2011; End Date: 05/10/2011
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PHI 4V99
Spec Topics: German Idealism
4V99   Special Topics in Philosophy                                             1 to 3 sem. hrs.
Prerequisite(s): Senior or graduate standing and consent of instructor.
   Faculty-directed individual, group or class research project. Course may be repeated twice for credit if topics vary.
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Start Date: 01/10/2011; End Date: 05/10/2011


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Special Topics in Philosophy
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Robert M. Baird
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Trent G. Dougherty
Start Date: 01/10/2011; End Date: 05/10/2011
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Alexander Pruss
Start Date: 01/10/2011; End Date: 05/10/2011
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James A. Marcum
Start Date: 01/10/2011; End Date: 05/10/2011
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Robert B. Kruschwitz
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Michael Foley
Start Date: 01/10/2011; End Date: 05/10/2011
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Todd Buras
Start Date: 01/10/2011; End Date: 05/10/2011
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Start Date: 01/10/2011; End Date: 05/10/2011
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Start Date: 01/10/2011; End Date: 05/10/2011
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Robert M. Baird
Start Date: 01/10/2011; End Date: 05/10/2011
For students studying in Maastricht, The Netherlands


PHI 5311
Readings from Philosophers
5311   Readings from the Philosophers  (Cross-listed as PSC 5311)                            
   An intensive, critical reading of selected works of major philosophers such as Plato, Aristotle, Augustine, Aquinas, Descartes, Locke, Hume, Kant, Hegel, Nietzsche, Heidegger, Russell, and Rawls. Other philosophers may be added to this list. May be taken a maximum of six times if different topic, not to exceed eighteen semester hours.
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01Closed12-1N/A24647T0200PM - 0500PMMORRSN 1073Regular
Stephen Evans
Start Date: 01/10/2011; End Date: 05/10/2011


PHI 5311
Augustine
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Michael Foley
Start Date: 01/10/2011; End Date: 05/10/2011


PHI 5320
Spec Topics In PHI: Adv. Logic
5320   Special Topics in Philosophy                                
   Special research topics to be undertaken by students under direct supervision of the professor. Course may be taken a maximum of four times if different topic, not to exceed twelve hours.
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01Open121N/A25210TR1230PM - 0145PMMORRSN 1073Regular
Alexander Pruss
Start Date: 01/10/2011; End Date: 05/10/2011


PHI 5320
Spec Topics In Philosophy
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Michael Beaty
Start Date: 01/10/2011; End Date: 05/10/2011


PHI 5360
Rules & Vision/ Contemp Ethics
5360   Topics in Contemporary Ethical Theory                      
Prerequisite(s): Admission to graduate programs of Baylor University or consent of instructor.
   A critical study of issues in contemporary ethical theory; may be repeated twice with different topics of study.
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01Open126N/A25211R0200PM - 0500PMMORRSN 1073Regular
Darin H. Davis
Start Date: 01/10/2011; End Date: 05/10/2011


PHI 5361
Cont PHI of REL: Prob of Evil
5361   Contemporary Philosophy of Religion
Prerequisite(s): Graduate status or consent of instructor.
   This course investigates issues in contemporary philosophy of religion.
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01Open125N/A23605W0230PM - 0530PMMORRSN 1073Regular
Jonathan L. Kvanvig
Start Date: 01/10/2011; End Date: 05/10/2011


PHI 5363
Modern Political Thought
5363   Modern Political Thought  (Cross-listed as PSC 5363)
   See PSC 5363 for course information.
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01Open32N/A25212TR0930AM - 1045AMDRAPER 3293Regular
David D. Corey
Start Date: 01/10/2011; End Date: 05/10/2011


PHI 5365
Knowledge Ascriptions
5365   Philosophy of Language                                    
   A critical study of issues in philosophy of language. Meaning, reference, intentionality and extensionality are among the issues to be considered using primary sources in contemporary philosophy.
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Trent G. Dougherty
Start Date: 01/10/2011; End Date: 05/10/2011


PHI 6V10
Prospectus Research
6V10   Prospectus Research
Prerequisite(s): PHI 5330 and 5331; and completion of regular course work.
   Supervised research for developing and writing a Dissertation Prospectus Proposal that will be the subject of a preliminary exam that will admit students to candidacy. A student may repeat this course for credit, with a maximum of eighteen total hours.
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01Open21N/A19460----- 1 - 6Independent Study
Todd Buras
Start Date: 01/10/2011; End Date: 05/10/2011
02Closed20N/A19462----- 1 - 6Independent Study
Anne-Marie Schultz
Start Date: 01/10/2011; End Date: 05/10/2011
03Open21N/A19464----- 1 - 6Independent Study
Stephen Evans
Start Date: 01/10/2011; End Date: 05/10/2011
04Open22N/A19467----- 1 - 6Independent Study
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06Open22N/A24644----- 1 - 6Independent Study
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Start Date: 01/10/2011; End Date: 05/10/2011


PHI 6V99
Dissertation
6V99   Dissertation                                                               1 to 12 sem. hrs.
   Supervised research for the doctoral dissertation.
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01Open55N/A10438----- 1 - 12Independent Study
Anne-Marie Schultz
Start Date: 01/10/2011; End Date: 05/10/2011
02Open55N/A19461----- 1 - 12Independent Study
Robert M. Baird
Start Date: 01/10/2011; End Date: 05/10/2011
03Open55N/A19463----- 1 - 12Independent Study
Michael Beaty
Start Date: 01/10/2011; End Date: 05/10/2011
04Open55N/A19466----- 1 - 12Independent Study
Francis J. Beckwith
Start Date: 01/10/2011; End Date: 05/10/2011
05Open54N/A19469----- 1 - 12Independent Study
Alexander Pruss
Start Date: 01/10/2011; End Date: 05/10/2011
06Open54N/A19472----- 1 - 12Independent Study
Todd Buras
Start Date: 01/10/2011; End Date: 05/10/2011
07Open55N/A19476----- 1 - 12Independent Study
William F. Cooper
Start Date: 01/10/2011; End Date: 05/10/2011
08Open55N/A19479----- 1 - 12Independent Study
Darin H. Davis
Start Date: 01/10/2011; End Date: 05/10/2011
09Open55N/A19483----- 1 - 12Independent Study
Marc H. Ellis
Start Date: 01/10/2011; End Date: 05/10/2011
10Open55N/A19486----- 1 - 12Independent Study
Stephen Evans
Start Date: 01/10/2011; End Date: 05/10/2011
13Open54N/A19495----- 1 - 12Independent Study
Thomas S. Hibbs
Start Date: 01/10/2011; End Date: 05/10/2011
14Open53N/A19498----- 1 - 12Independent Study
Jonathan L. Kvanvig
Start Date: 01/10/2011; End Date: 05/10/2011
15Open54N/A19501----- 1 - 12Independent Study
Robert B. Kruschwitz
Start Date: 01/10/2011; End Date: 05/10/2011
16Open55N/A19504----- 1 - 12Independent Study
James A. Marcum
Start Date: 01/10/2011; End Date: 05/10/2011
17Open55N/A19508----- 1 - 12Independent Study
Christopher Marsh
Start Date: 01/10/2011; End Date: 05/10/2011
18Open55N/A19512----- 1 - 12Independent Study
Charles A. McDaniel
Start Date: 01/10/2011; End Date: 05/10/2011
19Open55N/A19515----- 1 - 12Independent Study
Robert C. Miner
Start Date: 01/10/2011; End Date: 05/10/2011
20Open55N/A19518----- 1 - 12Independent Study
Scott H. Moore
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21Open51N/A19522----- 1 - 12Independent Study
Robert C. Roberts
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22Open55N/A19525----- 1 - 12Independent Study
Stuart E. Rosenbaum
Start Date: 01/10/2011; End Date: 05/10/2011
23Open55N/A19528----- 1 - 12Independent Study
Trent G. Dougherty
Start Date: 01/10/2011; End Date: 05/10/2011
25Open55N/A19534----- 1 - 12Independent Study
Lenore Wright
Start Date: 01/10/2011; End Date: 05/10/2011
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