Courses Offered, 2018-2019

Below you will find the tentative schedule of courses that the philosophy department is offering during the 2018-2019 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 2018

Session I
PHIL 201 Introduction to Philosophy/COLL 200 (Lemos) - W&M Campus
PHIL 215  Right and Wrong in the Contemporary World/COLL 200 (Lemos) - W&M Campus
PHIL 306  Philosophical Problems: The Philosophy of Love and Friendship (Davies) - On-line

Session II
PHIL 201 Introduction to Philosophy/COLL 200 (Haug) - W&M Campus
PHIL 210  Critical Thinking (Tucker) - On-line

Fall 2018

PHIL 100 Critical Questions: The Human Self/COLL 100 (Davies) 
PHIL 100 Critical Questions:  Good God, Bad World/COLL100 (Swenson)
PHIL 100 Critical Questions: Freedom/COLL 100 (Costelloe)
PHIL 150 First-Year Seminar: Emotion, Reason, Value/COLL 150 (Radcliffe)
PHIL 150 First-year Seminar: Mind, Meaning, and Morality/COLL 150 (Haug)
PHIL 205 Meaning in Life/COLL 200 (Staff) 
PHIL 210 Critical Thinking/COLL 200 (Tucker)
PHIL 215 Right & Wrong in the Contemporary World/COLL 200 (Vance)
PHIL 231 Ancient Greek Phil (Lemos)
PHIL 252 17th &18th C. European Philosophy/COLL 200 (Costelloe)
PHIL 301 Symbolic Logic (Gert)
PHIL 303 Ethics/COLL 200 (Costa, Lemos)                         
PHIL 305 Social & Political Phil/COLL 200 (Freiman)
PHIL 308 Environmental Ethics (Freiman)
PHIL 311 Phil of Religion (Ekstrom)
PHIL 350 Theory of Knowledge/COLL 200 (Tucker)
PHIL 403 Advanced Topics in Value Theory/COLL 400 (Vance)
PHIL 415 Advanced Topics in Metaphysics & Epistemology/COLL 400 (Haug)
PHIL 431 Advanced Seminar/COLL 400 (Ekstrom)

 Spring 2019

PHIL 100 Critical Questions: The Human Self/COLL 100 (Ekstrom)
PHIL 100 Critical Questions: Freedom/COLL100 (Staff)
PHIL 100 Critical Questions: Knowledge and Reality/COLL 100 (Griffith, Radcliffe)
PHIL 150 First-year Seminar: Philosophy of Technology/COLL150 (Vance)
PHIL 150 First-year Seminar: Responsibility & Human Agency/COLL 150 (Davies)
PHIL 205 Meaning in Life/COLL 200 (Costelloe)                  
PHIL 210 Critical Thinking/COLL 200 (Vance)
PHIL 215 Right & Wrong in the Contemporary World/COLL 200 (Swenson)
PHIL 232 Medieval Philosophy (Lemos)
PHIL 253 Kant & his Successors (Griffith)
PHIL 263 20th C. Continental Philosophy or PHIL 306 Phil Problems: Non-Western Phil (Staff)
PHIL 303 Ethics/COLL200 (Tucker, Freiman)
PHIL 310 Philosophy of Law (Freiman)
PHIL 315 Biomedical Ethics/COLL 200 (Costa)
PHIL 321 Existentialism (Costelloe)
PHIL 325 Neuroscience & Ethics/COLL 200 (Haug)
PHIL 345 Philosophy of Mind (Haug)
PHIL 403 Advanced Topics in Value Theory/COLL 400 (Tucker)
PHIL 422 Great Philosophers/COLL 400 (Lemos)
PHIL 431 Advanced Seminar/COLL 400 (Davies)
PHIL 460 Advanced Logic (Gert) [Note: this course is not a seminar.]

You can also see previous course offerings here.