Courses introducing philosophical argument and analysis in a variety of ways. Content, readings and assignments vary by section. Not repeatable for credit. Credit not awarded for more than one Philosophy course numbered below 100, except that credit will be given for PHIL 013 in addition to one other course numbered below 100.
Richard Sugarman ()
Dates: May 18 - June 12, 2015; Cross listed with REL 85 Z1
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Course runs from to
Lafayette Hall L400 (View Campus Map)
to on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday
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|PHIL 010 OL2||Philosophy: Intro to Phil: Selected Prblem (online)||to||N/A||See Notes||3||60558|
|PHIL 010 Z1||Philosophy: Intro to Phil: Ethics||to||Mon|
|PHIL 013 Z1||Philosophy: Introduction to Logic||to||Tue|
|PHIL 112 Z1||Philosophy: Philosophy of Science||to||Tue|
|REL 085 Z1||Religion: On the Meaning of Life||to||Mon|
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