Winter 2016-2017 Course Syllabi

PHIL 100 001 – Introduction to Philosophy (Term 1)
PHIL 100 001 – Introduction to Philosophy (Term 2)
PHIL 101 001 – Introduction to Philosophy
PHIL 101 002/003 – Introduction to Philosophy
PHIL 102 001 – Introduction to Philosophy II
PHIL 102 002 – Introduction to Philosophy II
PHIL 102 003 – Introduction to Philosophy II
PHIL 120 001 – Introduction to Critical Thinking
PHIL 120 002 – Introduction to Critical Thinking
PHIL 120 007 – Introduction to Critical Thinking
PHIL 120 99A – Introduction to Critical Thinking
PHIL 120 99C – Introduction to Critical Thinking
PHIL 125 002 – Introduction to Scientific Reasoning
PHIL 125 007 – Introduction to Scientific Reasoning
PHIL 150 001 – Minds and Machines
PHIL 211A 001 – Greek Philosophy I
PHIL 212A 001 – Greek Philosophy II
PHIL 220A 001 – Symbolic Logic I
PHIL 220A 002 – Symbolic Logic I
PHIL 220A 003 – Symbolic Logic I
PHIL 220A 004 – Symbolic Logic I
PHIL 220A 006 – Symbolic Logic I
PHIL 220A 99A/99C – Symbolic Logic I
PHIL 230A 001/002 – Introduction to Moral Theory
PHIL 230A 003 – Introduction to Moral Theory
PHIL 235A 001 – Contemporary Moral Issues
PHIL 240A 001 – Knowledge and Reality I
PHIL 240A 002 – Knowledge and Reality I
PHIL 260A 001 – Science and Society in the Contemporary World
PHIL 310A 001 – The Philosophy of Plato
PHIL 314A 001 – Philosophy in the 17th Century
PHIL 315A 002 – Philosophy in the 18th Century
PHIL 316 001 – Philosophy After 1800
PHIL 320A 001-Symbolic Logic II
PHIL 321A 001-Induction and Decision
PHIL 324A 001 – Philosophy of Logic
PHIL 330A 002 – Social and Political Philosophy
PHIL 330A 003 – Social and Political Philosophy
PHIL 334 001 – Sex, Gender and Philosophy
PHIL 335A 001 – Power & Oppression
PHIL 338A 001 – Philosophy of Law
PHIL 338A 002 – Philosophy of Law
PHIL 339A 001 – Philosophy of Art
PHIL 340A 002 – Knowledge and Reality II
PHIL 349A 001/002 – Philosophy of Religion
PHIL 360A 001 – History and Philosophy of Science
PHIL 362A 001 – History and Philosophy of Economics from Aristotle to Adam Smith
PHIL 363A 002 – History and Philosophy of Economics from Ricardo to Keynes
PHIL 364 001 – Darwin, Evolution, and Modern History
PHIL 371 001 – Foundations of Chinese Thought
PHIL 375A 001 – Philosophy and Literature
PHIL 375A 002 – Philosophy and Literature
PHIL 385A 001/002 – Existentialism
PHIL 390A 001 – Honours Seminar
PHIL 414A 001 – Topics in the History of Modern Philosophy
PHIL 415A 001 – Philosophy of Immanuel Kant
PHIL 418A 002 – Topics in Twentieth-Century Philosophy
PHIL 419 001 – Philosophy of History
PHIL 425A 002 – Philosophy of Language I
PHIL 432A 002 – Ethical Theory
PHIL 433A 001/002 – Biomedical Ethics
PHIL 433A 004 – Biomedical Ethics
PHIL 433A 99A/99B/99C – Biomedical Ethics
PHIL 434A 99A – Business and Professional Ethics
PHIL 434A 99C – Business and Professional Ethics
PHIL 435A 001 – Environmental Ethics
PHIL 435A 002 – Environmental Ethics
PHIL 441A 002 – Philosophy of Perception
PHIL 449A 003 – Continental Philosophy
PHIL 451A 001 – Philosophy of Mind
PHIL 451A 002 – Philosophy of Mind
PHIL 455A 001-Topics in the Philosophy of Cognitive Science: Moral Psychology
PHIL 460A 001 – Philosophy of Science
PHIL 464 002 – Philosophy of Biology
PHIL 485 001 – Directed Reading
PHIL 485 002 – Directed Reading
PHIL 487 001 – Directed Reading
PHIL 488A 001 – Directed Reading
PHIL 490A 001 – Honours Seminar
PHIL 491A 001 – Majors Seminar: Privacy, Technology, and the Self
PHIL 491A 002 – Majors Seminar: Experimental Philosophy and Philosophical Methodology
PHIL 491A 003 – Majors Seminar: Ethics and Global Poverty
PHIL 491A 004 – Majors Seminar: Metasemantics