A thoughtfully constructed sequence of courses focused on close readings of some of the most influential and fascinating works of philosophers, from Plato to Derrida, Nagarjuna to Nietzsche, together with critically reflective discussion of the impact of their ideas on the world today.
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Fall 2019: Haverford
|Registration-ID||Course Name||Instructor||Misc||Days and Times||Location|
|PHILH103A001||Global Ethics||Gangadean,Ashok K||Class Nbr: 2389 Lim: 25 BMC: III; CC ; Hav: HU, A||TTh 02:30pm-04:00pm
|PHILH107A001||Happiness, Virtue, and the Good Life||Yurdin,Joel||Class Nbr: 1965 BMC: III; CI;IP Hav: HU, A||TTh 10:00am-11:30am
|PHILH110A001||Mind and World||Macbeth,Danielle||Class Nbr: 1540 Hav: HU, A||MW 02:15pm-03:45pm
|PHILH212A001||Aristotle||Yurdin,Joel||Class Nbr: 2406 BMC: III; IP Hav: HU, A||TTh 01:00pm-02:30pm
|PHILH215A001||Phenomenologies of the Body||Mali Mason,Qrescent||Class Nbr: 2337 Hav: HU, A||TTh 02:30pm-04:00pm
|PHILH252A001||Philosophy of Logic and Language||Gangadean,Ashok K||Class Nbr: 2407 Lim: 35 BMC: III; ; Hav: HU, A||TTh 11:30am-01:00pm
|PHILH259A001||Structuralism and Post-Structuralism||Miller,Jerry||Class Nbr: 2409 BMC: III; Hav: HU, A||MW 12:45pm-02:15pm
|PHILH260A001||Historical Introduction to Logic||Macbeth,Danielle||Class Nbr: 2410 BMC: III; Hav: HU, QUS, A||MW 11:15am-12:45pm
|PHILH370A001||Topics In Ethical Theory: Inheritance||Miller,Jerry||Class Nbr: 2411 BMC: III; Hav: HU, A||MW 02:15pm-03:45pm
|Class Nbr: 1541 BMC: III; Hav: HU||F 01:30pm-04:00pm
|PHILH407F001||Discussion Leaders||Yurdin,Joel||Class Nbr: 2140 Hav: HU||TTh 10:00am-11:30am
|PHILH410F001||Discussion Leaders: Mind and World||Macbeth,Danielle||Class Nbr: 1642 Hav: HU||MW 02:15pm-03:45pm