Fall 2020 classes offered in Philosophy as of Tuesday, 07/07/2020 at 08:15 AM
schedFallPHIL report generated: 07-JUL-20


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PHIL 100 Logic1418153below

TR09:00-10:20ONLMcCune,TJ4530015990

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PHIL 100 Logic2418163below

TR11:00-12:20ONLMcCune,TJ4525020990

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PHIL 100 Logic3436163below

MWF12:00-12:50ONLChandler,JP4331012990

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PHIL 104 Asian Philosophy1418183below

TR09:00-10:20ONLBockover,MI333300990

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PHIL 106 Moral Controversies1418213below

MW11:00-12:20ONLCannon,LL3323010990

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PHIL 106 Moral Controversies2421643below

TR17:00-18:20ONLBockover,MI332607990

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PHIL 107 Intro to Philosophy1418223below

MWF15:00-15:50ONLChandler,JP333300991

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PHIL 302 Environmental Ethics2418263below

MW13:00-14:20ONLCannon,LL3333
0998SF
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PHIL 302 Environmental Ethics3418273below

MW15:00-16:20ONLCannon,LL3333
0999SF
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PHIL 303 Theories of Ethics1418283below

TR13:00-14:20ONLHeise,DA2727
0992

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PHIL 304 Philosophy of Sex and Love1418293


TR07:30-08:50ONLBockover,MI2727
09913

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PHIL 309B Perspectives:Hum,Sci,Soc Sci1438273


MWF16:00-16:50ONLShaeffer,B3333
09913

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PHIL 341 Presocratics, Plato, Aristotle1434623


MWF14:00-14:50ONLChandler,JP3317
16990SR
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PHIL 343 Kant and the 19th Century1418313


TR11:00-12:20ONLHeise,DA338
25990

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PHIL 355 Existentialism1434593


TR09:00-10:20ONLHeise,DA3310
23990

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PHIL 420 Cont Epistemology & Metaphysic1418323


TR15:00-16:20ONLChandler,JP2715
12990

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PHIL 480 HSU Philosophy Forum1421081below
09/16W17:00-18:20ONLBockover,MI451
44990

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10/07W17:00-18:20ONLBockover,MI



990

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11/04W17:00-18:20ONLBockover,MI



990

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12/09W17:00-18:20ONLBockover,MI



990

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PHIL 485 Civil Disobedience1418523below

TR17:00-18:20ONLShaeffer,B2314
9990

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PHIL 499 Directed Study1433581IA


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5990
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PHIL 499 Directed Study2436342IA


-ONL
50
5990
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PHIL 499 Directed Study00
1-2IA


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1990
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* Notes: IA=Instructor approval required, DA=Department approval required
* Rsrvd: indicates number of seats reserved for new students during registration for Fall term (up to 35% of seats in lower division general education classes). Unused seats are released to continuing students on July 1st.
* Avail: indicates the total number of seats open to all students. This number may be reduced by enrollments in other cross-listed class sections.
* Wait Cap: indicates the number of waitlist seats available for the class
* Wait Tot: indicates the number of students currently waitlisted for the class (allows departments to determine class demand and may result in opening of class additional sections)
* Sust: classes designated as Sustainability Focused (SF) or Sustainability Related (SR)
* Permanent Text Status: If the particular course is indicated as NONE, there are no required texts. If indicated as FREE, text materials are offered free to students.
* Bookstore Text Info: Link to Bookstore text details for all courses that potentially have required texts.

Generally, students must register in one section from each component type shown for a particular class. For example, BIOL 104 has two lecture sections and several lab sections. Students who register for one of the lecture sections must also register for one of the labs associated with that lecture. Association numbers and section numbers are shown in parenthesis when multiple values exist.

Class notes
schedFallPHIL report generated: 07-JUL-20
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PHIL 100 Logic41815This course will enhance your ability to analyze, criticize, and advocate ideas, and reach conclusions based on sound inferences drawn from unambiguous statements of knowledge or belief. All students registered for Logic (PHIL 100) are encouraged to register for PHIL 198 (Logic Supplemental Instruction).
PHIL 100 Logic41816This course will enhance your ability to analyze, criticize, and advocate ideas, and reach conclusions based on sound inferences drawn from unambiguous statements of knowledge or belief. All students registered for Logic (PHIL 100) are encouraged to register for PHIL 198 (Logic Supplemental Instruction).
PHIL 100 Logic43616This course will enhance your ability to analyze, criticize, and advocate ideas, and reach conclusions based on sound inferences drawn from unambiguous statements of knowledge or belief. All students registered for Logic (PHIL 100) are encouraged to register for PHIL 198 (Logic Supplemental Instruction).
PHIL 104 Asian Philosophy41818This course will examine the ancient Chinese philosophies of Taoism and Confucianism, and the ancient East Indian philosophies of Hinduism and Buddhism. PHIL 104 is a DCG course because of its multicultural content; it also satisfies one of the requirements for the Asian Aspects of Philosophy Minor.
PHIL 106 Moral Controversies41821This course will explore major moral theories as applied to contemporary issues, such as: environmental ethics, abortion, discrimination, world hunger, the death penalty, euthanasia, homosexuality, and same-sex marriage.
PHIL 106 Moral Controversies42164This course will explore major moral theories as applied to contemporary issues, such as: environmental ethics, abortion, discrimination, world hunger, the death penalty, euthanasia, homosexuality, and same-sex marriage.
PHIL 107 Intro to Philosophy41822This course will explore philosophy as the rational inquiry into puzzling questions surrounding important or deep topics. We will focus on the existence of God, the possibility of knowledge, the nature of mind/consciousness, and the question of whether we have free will.
PHIL 302 Environmental Ethics41826This course will critique the various approaches to the relationship between human beings and the environment.
PHIL 302 Environmental Ethics41827This course will critique the various approaches to the relationship between human beings and the environment.
PHIL 303 Theories of Ethics41828This course will examine western ethical theories that continue to be influential in both academic philosophy and social/moral life. It will explore how the prescriptions, proscriptions, and techniques embodied by these theories can be applied to students' personal lives.
PHIL 480 HSU Philosophy Forum42108Special Topic Description: The HSU Philosophy Forum covers topics of contemporary significance and aims to increase understanding of the diversity of ideas, values, and practices embodied by our culture. There will be three presentations given by different HSU faculty each semester, and an AS Presents keynote presenter in Fall or Spring (all enrolled students get free tickets even if the keynote occurs the following semester!). There will be four in-person class meetings: Tuesday 9/15, 5:00-6:20; Tuesday 10/6, 5:00-6:20; Tuesday 11/3, 5:00-6:20; and Tuesday 12/8, 5:00-6:20.
PHIL 485 Civil Disobedience41852Special Topic Description: Do we sometimes have an obligation to engage in civil disobedience? Must civil disobedience always be non-violent? We will read and discuss two new philosophy books that raise these important issues.