See the links in the sidebar for further details on the current schedule of classes.
|1||Introduction to Philosophy||Perkins|
|4||Introduction to Ethics||Pierce|
|20C||History of Philosophy: Early Modern||Holden|
|100B||Theory of Knowledge||Zimmerman|
|100D||Philosophy of Mind||Zimmerman|
|150E||Advanced Topics in Metaphysics||Mokriski|
|188||Theory of Value||Jarrett|
|124A/224A||Philosophy of Science1||Barrett|
|131/231G||Advanced Topic in Applied Ethics||Hanser|
|141/241G||History of Ethics2||Fernandez|
|147/247G||Philosophy of Economics||Fernandez|
|183/283G||Beginning Modern Logic||Salmon|
|297A||Seminar in History of Philosophy3||Holden|
|299A||Seminar in Philosophy of Logic4||Robertson Ishii/Salmon|
1 124A/224A: A course on logical empiricism.
2 141/241G: A course on Aristotle's Ethics.
3 297A: Empiricism and scientific anti-realism. We'll examine the early modern empiricists' treatment of physical theory, and particularly discourse about particles and forces. Most of the time we will be examining the forms of scientific anti-realism (instrumentalism, fictionalism, expressivism) we find in Berkeley and Hume.
4 299A: This seminar will be on modal logic, modal essentialism in Kripke's Naming and Necessity, and related issues.