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Courses Offered, 2014-2015

Below you will find the tentative schedule of courses that the philosophy department is offering during the 2014-2015 academic year. Please check the course schedule for the most updated listing of courses to come. For a list of all the philosophy courses we offer, please see the relevant section in the undergraduate course catalog.

Summer 2014

Session I:  

Phil. 201: Intro to Philosophy (Sanchez) -- DC program

Phil. 210: Critical Thinking (Tognazzini) -- W&M campus

Session II: 

Phil. 201: Intro to Philosophy (Davies) -- W&M campus

Phil. 303: Ethics (Davies) -- W&M campus

Fall 2014

Phil 150W: Freshman Seminar (Ekstrom, Goldman, Goldwater)

Phil 201: Introduction to Philosophy (Lemos, Vance, Staff)

Phil 210: Critical Thinking (Tucker)

Phil 215: Contemporary Moral Issues (Freiman, Philbrick-DeBrava)

Phil 231: Greek Philosophy (Lemos)

Phil 252: 17th & 18th Century Philosophy (Costelloe)

Phil 301: Symbolic Logic (Vance)

Phil 303: Ethics (Costa, Goldwater)

Phil 304: Aesthetics (Costelloe)

Phil 305: Social & Political Philosophy (Costa)

Phil 308: Environmental Ethics (Freiman)

Phil 311: Philosophy of Religion (Tucker)

Phil 313: Philosophy of Science (Davies)

Phil 403:Advanced Seminar in Value Theory (Rawls and his Critics) (Costa)

Phil 415: Advanced Metaphysics & Epistemology (Davies)

Spring 2015 (Tentative)

Phil 150W: Freshman Seminar (Ekstrom, Costelloe)

Phil 201: Introduction to Philosophy (Davies, Staff)

Phil 210: Critical Thinking (Staff)

Phil 215: Contemporary Moral Issues (Freiman)

Phil 232: Medieval Philosophy (Lemos)

Phil 253: Kant & His Successors (Staff)

Phil 303: Ethics (Tucker)

Phil 306: Topics (Neuroethics) (Haug)

Phil 309: Philosophy & Public Policy (Freiman)

Phil 310: Philosophy of Law (Goldman)

Phil 321: Existentialism (Costelloe)

Phil 345: Philosophy of Mind (Haug)

Phil 375: Metaphysics (Staff)

Phil 403: Advanced Ethics & Social Philosophy (Lemos)

Phil 415: Advanced Metaphysics & Epistemology (Staff)

Phil 432: Advanced Seminar in Philosophy (Goldman)

You can also see previous course offerings here.