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2012 -Fall

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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04Open452N/A10628MWF0125PM - 0215PMMORRSN 1003Regular
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Start Date: 08/20/2012; End Date: 12/12/2012


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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Start Date: 08/20/2012; End Date: 12/12/2012


PHI 1308
Today's 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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Start Date: 08/20/2012; End Date: 12/12/2012


PHI 1308
Seven Deadly Sins
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Start Date: 08/20/2012; End Date: 12/12/2012


PHI 1308
Happiness & Moral Life
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PHI 1308
Introductory Topics in Ethics
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PHI 1309
Introduction to Medical Ethics
1309   Introduction to Medical Ethics  (Cross-listed as MH 1309)
   Introduction to philosophical reasoning regarding medical ethics, including confidentiality, intervention in the beginning and ending of human life, and just distribution of medical resources.
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PHI 1321
Pursuit of the Good
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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PHI 1321
From Plato to Modernity
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PHI 1321
Humanity/Its Place in Nature
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PHI 1321
Philosophy and Human Nature
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PHI 1321
Faith-Reason-Christian Belief
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PHI 1321
Intro Topics in Philosophy
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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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Start Date: 08/20/2012; End Date: 12/12/2012


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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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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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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Start Date: 08/20/2012; End Date: 12/12/2012


PHI 4300
History of Medicine
4300   History of Medicine  (Cross-listed HIS 4300 and MH 4300)
   See MH 4300 for course information.
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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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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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Start Date: 08/20/2012; End Date: 12/12/2012


PHI 4341
Contemporary Continental PHI
4341   Contemporary Continental Philosophy                        
   A critical study of philosophical movements in Europe during the past one hundred and fifty years. Some of the major philosophers studied include Nietzsche, Husserl, Adorno, Heidegger, Merleau-Ponty, Sartre, de Beauvoir, Wittgenstein, Russell, Carnap, Gadamer, Habermas, Lyotard, Foucault, and Derrida. Movements studied include phenomenology, positivism, naturalism, critical theory, existentialism, structuralism, deconstructionism, and post modernism. Course may be repeated once with a different area of concentration.
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Start Date: 08/20/2012; End Date: 12/12/2012


PHI 4342
Contemporary Amer Philosophy
4342   Contemporary American Philosophy  (Cross-listed as AMS 4342)                          
   A critical study of philosophical movements in the United States during the past one hundred years. Some of the philosophers whose works are studied include Pierce, James, Royce, Dewey, Mead, Lewis, Santayana, Whitehead, and Quine. Recent movements such as critical realism, naturalism, humanism, personalism, logical positivism, and linguistic analysis are also studied.
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Start Date: 08/20/2012; End Date: 12/12/2012


PHI 4345
Intermediate Logic
4345   Intermediate Logic
Prerequisite(s): Upper-level standing.
   The language of first-order logic as a formal deductive system.
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PHI 4353
Philosophy of Language
4353   Philosophy of Language                                      
Prerequisite(s): Upper-level standing.
   Critical examination of the basic problems in general semantics and philosophy of language, giving special attention to the major authors in these fields.
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Start Date: 08/20/2012; End Date: 12/12/2012


PHI 4363
Philosophy and Medicine
4363   Philosophy and Medicine  (Cross-listed as MH 4363)
   Philosophical approaches to clinical medicine and contemporary health care, focusing on experience as a basis for knowledge.
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PHI 4V99
Special Topics in Philosophy
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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PHI 4V99
Schopenhauer and Feuerbach
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PHI 4V99
Moral Philosophy
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Special Topics in Philosophy
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PHI 5306
Readings from Kierkegaard
5306   Readings from Kierkegaard
   An intensive reading of selected philosophical works of Soren Kierkegaard, drawn from his pseudonymous and non-pseudonymous authorship. Focuses on significant philosophical issues discussed in Kierkegaard's works, putting him in conversation with important philosophers both from the past and from the contemporary world. Course may be taken up to two times with different topics for a total of 6 hours course credit.
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PHI 5311
Hume and His Critics
5311   Readings from the Philosophers  (Cross-listed as PSC 5311)
Prerequisite(s): For Political Science or Philosophy graduate students only; or consent of instructor.                            
   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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PHI 5318
Logic for Philosophers
5318   Logic for Philosophers
Prerequisite(s): For philosophy graduate students only or by departmental approval.
   In this course the student should gain formal tools that are useful in a wide-range of areas of philosophy, including: propositional logic, quantificational logic, basic set theory, basic probability theory, and basic modal logic.
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PHI 5319
Philosophical Writing
5319   Philosophical Writing
Prerequisite(s): For philosophy graduate students only or by departmental approval.
   This course contains a significant amount of epistemology, metaphysics, and ethics. This course has as its goal mastering the art of writing a critical essay in philosophy, an essential skill for success in graduate school in philosophy and for publication success after securing a faculty position in philosophy.
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PHI 5320
Deadly Sins
5320   Special Topics in Philosophy  
Prerequisite(s): For philosophy graduate students only or by departmental approval.                              
   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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PHI 5360
Emotions and the Virtues
5360   Contemporary Ethical Theory                      
Prerequisite(s): For philosophy graduate students only or by departmental approval.
   A critical study of issues in contemporary ethical theory; may be taken up to three times with different topics of study, not to exceed nine semester hours.
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PHI 5361
Religious & Irreligious Exper.
5361   Topics in Contemporary Philosophy of Religion
Prerequisite(s): For philosophy graduate students only or by departmental approval.
   This course investigates issues in contemporary philosophy of religion.  Course may be taken up to three times with different topics, not to exceed a total of nine hours of course credit.
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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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PHI 6V99
Dissertation
6V99   Dissertation                                                               1 to 12 sem. hrs.
   Supervised research for the doctoral dissertation.
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15Open52N/A18267----- 1 - 12Independent Study
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16Open54N/A18268----- 1 - 12Independent Study
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17Open55N/A18270----- 1 - 12Independent Study
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