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200-level courses - Spring 2015

For instructors' descriptions of Spring 2015 course sections please see the links below. (This page will be updated as descriptions are received.)

 

PHILO 201(W)          KNOWLEDGE & REALITY

Professor Harris, sec 01, Mon & Thurs 9:45-11:00 AM

Professor Harris, sec 02, Mon & Thurs   1:10-2:25 PM

TBD, sec 03, Mon & Wed 7:00-8:15 PM

Mr. Boardman, sect 04, Tues & Fri 2:10-3:25 PM

PHILO 212(W)          CLASSICAL GREEK PHILOSOPHY 

Professor Press, Tues & Fri 9:45-11:00 AM 

PHILO 215(W)          FOUNDATIONS OF MODERN PHILOSOPHY

Professor Addison, Tues & Th 5:35-6:50 PM

PHILO 218(W)          REVOLUTIONS IN MODERN PHILOSOPHY

Ms. Falkenstern, Tues & Fri 12:45-2:00 PM

PHILO 219(W)          CHINESE PHILOSOPHY

Professor Mahony, Tues & Th 7:00-8:15 PM

PHILO 223 (W)         NEOPLATONISM

Professor Press, Tues & Fri  12:45-2:00 PM

PHILO 228(W)          EXISTENTIALISM

Ms. Falkenstern, Tues & Fri 2:10-3:25 PM

PHILO 230(W)          FEMINISM: PHILOSOPHICAL THEORY AND PRACTICE 

Ms. McKinney, Mon & Wed 5:35-6:50 PM

PHILO 246(W)          POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY

Professor Dahbour, sec 01, Mon & Th 2:45-4:00 PM

Professor Dahbour, sec 02, Tues & Th 4:10-5:25 PM

PHILO 250(W)          PROBLEMS OF ETHICS AND SOCIETY

Ms. Mendis, Tues & Th 7:00-8:15 PM

PHILO 254(W)          ETHICAL ISSUES IN BIOLOGY & MEDICAL CARE

Professor Muyskens, Tues & Fri 9:45-11:00 AM

PHILO 258(W)          AESTHETICS  

Mr. Boardman, Tues & Fri 11:10 AM-12:25 PM

PHILO 268(W)          PHILOSOPHICAL PSYCHOLOGY 

Mr. Abelson, sec 01, Mon & Thurs 11:10-12:25 PM

Mr. Abelson, sec 02, Mon & Thurs 1:10 - 2:25 PM 

PHILO 275/MATH 275/CSCI 395.5           SYMBOLIC LOGIC  

Professor Addison, Tues & Thurs 7:00-8:15 PM

(This course does not have a prerequisite and may be used to fulfill the logic requirement for the Standard Philosophy Major. This new course will cover some of the material that had previously been covered in PHILO 171 Introduction to Symbolic Logic as well as the prior version of PHILO 275 Intermediate Symbolic Logic, so the previous prerequisite of PHILO 171 is no longer needed. This change of title and prerequisite has not been changed yet in CUNYfirst. Please contact mstetz@hunter.cuny.edu to have the PHILO 171 prerequisite as listed on CUNYfirst waived. For any questions, contact lkeating@hunter.cuny.edu )

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