See the links in the sidebar for further details on the current schedule of classes.
|1||Introduction to Philosophy||Associate|
|4||Introduction to Ethics||Mason|
|20A||History of Philosophy: Ancient||Zylstra|
|100F||Introduction to Philosophy of Science||Barrett|
|116||Meaning and Reference||Salmon|
|124C||Philosophy of Space and Time||Barrett|
|133||History of Political Thought||Greene|
|145||Punishment and Responsibility||Jarrett|
|150D||Advanced Topics in Philosophy of Mind||Allen|
|150E||Advanced Topics in Metaphysics||Falvey|
|183||Beginning Modern Logic||Robertson Ishii|
|116/216G||Meaning & Reference||Robertson Ishii|
|124C/224C||Philosophy of Space and Time||Barrett|
|133/233||History of Political Thought||Greene|
|150D/250D||Advanced Topics in Philosophy of Mind2||Allen|
|150E/250E||Advanced Topics in Metaphysics||Falvey|
|183/283||Beginning Modern Logic||Robsertson Ishii|
|296A||Seminar in Ethics||Hanser|
|299C||Seminar in Philosophy of Science1||Allen|
1The Science of Non-Human Emotions: In this course, we will survey scientific accounts of emotion and interrogate their philosophical edges. We will be particularly concerned with attempts to study emotions in nonhuman animals, but will also include a module on emotions and artificial intelligence. We will examine the contrast between dimensional and discrete accounts of emotions as separate systems, looking at the interplay between research on humans and that on other animals. We will address the extent to which scientific questions about emotions can be addressed while remaining neutral about any associated conscious experiences, as well as being open to revisions in working definitions and the introduction of new methods of assessment.
2 On Chirimuuta’s book, Outside Color: Perceptual Science and the Puzzle of Color in Philosophy.