Winter 2019 Courses with Available Syllabi

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PHIL100 001 Introduction to Philosophy
PHIL101 001 Introduction to Philosophy
PHIL101 002 Introduction to Philosophy
PHIL101 003 Introduction to Philosophy
PHIL102 001 Introduction to Philosophy II
PHIL102 002 Introduction to Philosophy II
PHIL102 003 Introduction to Philosophy II
PHIL120 001 Introduction to Critical Thinking
PHIL120 002 Introduction to Critical Thinking
PHIL120 99A Introduction to Critical Thinking
PHIL120 99C Introduction to Critical Thinking
PHIL125 001 Introduction to Scientific Reasoning
PHIL125 002 Introduction to Scientific Reasoning
PHIL125 003 Introduction to Scientific Reasoning
PHIL211 001 Greek Philosophy I: Socrates and Plato
PHIL212 001 Greek Philosophy II: Aristotle and After
PHIL 220 001 Symbolic Logic
PHIL220 002 Symbolic Logic
PHIL220 003 Symbolic Logic
PHIL220 004 Symbolic Logic
PHIL220 005 Symbolic Logic
PHIL220 006 Symbolic Logic
PHIL220 99A Symbolic Logic
PHIL220 99C Symbolic Logic
PHIL230 001 Introduction to Ethics
PHIL230 002 Introduction to Ethics
PHIL230 003 Introduction to Ethics
PHIL235 001 Contemporary Moral Issues
PHIL240 001 Introduction to Epistemology
PHIL240 002 Introduction to Epistemology
PHIL240 003 Introduction to Epistemology
PHIL250 001 Minds and Machines
PHIL250 002 Minds and Machines
PHIL260 001 Science and Society in the Contemporary World
PHIL310 001 The Philosophy of Plato
PHIL311 001 The Philosophy of Aristotle
PHIL313 001 Medieval Philosophy
PHIL314 001 Philosophy in the 17th Century
PHIL315 001 Philosophy in the 18th Century
PHIL316 001 Philosophy after 1800
PHIL320 001 Logic: Metatheory and Computability
PHIL321 001 Induction, Decision and Game Theory
PHIL322 001 Modal Logic
PHIL323 001 Non-Classical Logics
PHIL326 001 Philosophy of Language I
PHIL330 001 Social and Political Philosophy
PHIL330 002 Social and Political Philosophy
PHIL331 901 Business and Professional Ethics
PHIL331 99A Business and Professional Ethics
PHIL331 99C Business and Professional Ethics
PHIL332 001 Environmental Ethics
PHIL332 002 Environmental Ethics
PHIL333 001 Bio-Medical Ethics
PHIL333 002 Bio-Medical Ethics
PHIL333 003 Bio-Medical Ethics
PHIL333 004 Bio-Medical Ethics
PHIL333 99A Bio-Medical Ethics
PHIL333 99B Bio-Medical Ethics
PHIL333 99C Bio-Medical Ethics
PHIL334 001 Sex, Gender and Philosophy
PHIL335 001 Power and Oppression
PHIL338 001 Philosophy of Law
PHIL338 002 Philosophy of Law
PHIL339 001 Philosophy of Arts
PHIL340 001 Introduction to Metaphysics
PHIL340 002 Philosophy of Religion
PHIL347 001 Philosophy of Religion
PHIL347 002 Philosophy of Religion
PHIL348 001 Introduction to Continental Philosophy
PHIL351 001 Philosophical Perspectives on cognitive Systems Research
PHIL360 001 Introduction to History and Philosophy of Science
PHIL362 001 History and Philosophy of Economics from Aristotle to Adam Smith
PHIL363 001 History and Philosophy of Economics from Ricardo to Keynes
PHIL364 001 Darwin, Evolution, and Modern History
PHIL 369 001 Philosophy of Science
PHIL371 001 Foundations of Chinese Thought
PHIL375 001 Philosophy and Literature
PHIL375 901 Philosophy and Literature
PHIL378 001 Philosophical Wisdom of Early India
PHIL385 001 Existentialism
PHIL385 002 Existentialism
PHIL388 001 Buddhist, Brahmanical and Jain Philosophers in Interaction
PHIL390 001 Honours Tutorial
PHIL414 001 Topics in the History of Modern Philosophy
PHIL415 001 The Philosophy of Immanuel Kant
PHIL416 001 Topics in 19th-Century Philosophy
PHIL418 001 Topics in Twentieth-Century Philosophy
PHIL426 001 Topics in Philosophy of Language
PHIL431 001 Topics in social and Political Philosophy
PHIL 432 001 Topics in Ethical Theory
PHIL441 001 Philosophy of Perception
PHIL441 002 Philosophy of Perception
PHIL448 001 Topics in Continental Philosophy
PHIL451 001 Philosophy of Mind
PHIL451 002 Philosophy of Mind
PHIL464 001 Philosophy of Biology
PHIL469 001 Topics in Philosophy of Science
PHIL470 001 Comparative Conceptions of the Self
PHIL490 001 Honours Tutorial
PHIL491 001 Seminar for Majors in Philosophy