Academics

Philosophy

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Cat. No./Title Instructor Dates Location Days Time Cr Class No. Fee
PHIL100 Introduction to PhilosophyJ Cooper-WieleFeb 4 - May 6CopleyTu6p - 9p31078$1053
PHIL100 Introduction to PhilosophyJ Cooper-WieleFeb 8 - May 3W-1-044Sa11:45a - 2:45p34912
PHIL108 Moral and Social ProblemsM GunningFeb 3 - May 5CopleyM6p - 9p31079$1053
PHIL108 Moral and Social ProblemsM GunningFeb 8 - May 3W-1-045Sa8:15a - 11:15a31080
PHIL108 Moral and Social ProblemsV UrbanekFeb 7 - May 2W-1-010F2:30p - 5:30p35279
PHIL207G The Meaning of LifeJ HaagFeb 3 - May 9Online- - 320020$1053
PHIL207G The Meaning of LifeJ HaagFeb 3 - May 9Online- - 320021$1053
PHIL222 Moral Issues in MedicineJ BayneFeb 6 - May 8CopleyTh6p - 9p31081$1053
PHIL281 Special Topics: The Mystery of ConsciousnessL KayeFeb 3 - May 9Online- - 319570$1053
PHIL281 Special Topics: Cinema and the Politics of Everyday LifeG ZabelFeb 3 - May 9Online- - 319743$1053