Philosophy - Course of Study

See Philosophy course descriptions from our catalog for more information

  • PH 101: Introduction to Philosophy
  • PH 200: Ancient Philosophy
  • PH 201: Medieval and Renaissance Philosophy
  • PH 202: Modern Philosophy
  • PH 203: 19th Century Philosophy
  • PH 204: 20th Century Philosophy
  • PH 205: Ancient Medicine and Philosophy
  • PH 206: Philosophical Perspectives on Women in Classical Literature
  • PH 209: Existentialism
  • PH 210: Phenomenology
  • PH 211: American Philosophy
  • PH 212: Critical Theory
  • PH 215: Philosophy of Science
  • PH 216: Philosophy and Biology of Evolutionary Theory
  • PH 217: Logic
  • PH 220: Philosophy of Religion
  • PH 221: The Question of Religion
  • PH 222: Evil
  • PH 223: The Problem of God
  • PH 240: Introduction to Asian Philosophies
  • PH 241: Confucianism
  • PH 242: Philosophical Daoism and Zen Buddhism
  • PH 250: Ethical Theory
  • PH 251: Ethical Theories in America
  • PH 260: Social and Political Philosophy
  • PH 263: The Concept of Human Rights
  • PH 264: Philosophy of Law
  • PH 265/AY 199: Philosophy and Economic Anthropology
  • PH 269: Philosophy of the Self and Subjectivity
  • PH 270: Aesthetics
  • PH 271: Philosophy and Tragedy
  • PH 281: Social and Political Philosophy
  • PH 299: Special Topics
  • PH 300: Plato
  • PH 301: Aristotle
  • PH 304: Aquinas
  • PH 307: Descartes
  • PH 309: G. W. Leibniz
  • PH 310: Hume
  • PH 311: Kant
  • PH 312: Hegel
  • PH 314: Nietzsche
  • PH 316: Bergson
  • PH 317: Heidegger
  • PH 320: Metaphysics
  • PH 321: Knowledge
  • PH 323: Philosophy of Mind
  • PH 331: Philosophy of Language
  • PH 350: Advanced Topics in Ethics
  • PH 360: Critical Race Theory
  • PH 370: Philosophy of Literature
  • PH 397: Special Topics Seminar
  • PH 398: Independent Study

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