Syllabus Fall 2014 PHIL 2010: Introduction to Philosophy 11:30-12:45 TR, Allgood Hall 257

Save this PDF as:
Size: px
Start display at page:

Download "Syllabus Fall 2014 PHIL 2010: Introduction to Philosophy 11:30-12:45 TR, Allgood Hall 257"

Transcription

1 Syllabus Fall 2014 PHIL 2010: Introduction to Philosophy 11:30-12:45 TR, Allgood Hall 257 Professor: Steven D. Weiss, Ph.D., Dept. of History, Anthropology and Philosophy Office: Allgood Hall, E215. Office hours: 10:30-11:30 am, TR; 4:00-5:30 pm, MW; and by appointment. Office phone: (706) ; dept. phone: (706) ; fax: (706) Required Text: Co., 2002). Plato, Five Dialogues, trans. Grube, 2 nd edition (Hackett Publishing 1999). Aristotle, Nichomachean Ethics, 2 nd edition (Hackett Publishing Co., 1994). Hobbes, Leviathan, edited by Edwin Curley (Hackett Publishing Co., Woodhouse, A Preface to Philosophy, 8 th edition (Wadsworth 1

2 Publishing, 2006) 1974) Nietzsche, The Gay Science, trans. Walter Kaufmann (Random House, Sandal, The Case Against Perfection, Harvard University Press, 2007) Course Description & Goals: The overarching goal of the course is to introduce students to practice of critical, analytic thinking. By the end of the semester, students should be able to answer the question What does it mean to think like a philosopher? We begin by thinking about the various intellectual traits or virtues that the philosophical mind set embodies. Students will additionally learn to identify philosophical questions and ideas, distinguish between different types of statements (empirical, a priori and normative statements), and identify different types of definitions. Thinking philosophically also involves learning how to test philosophical definitions and theories; students will additionally learn how to distinguish between assumptions and consequences of philosophical beliefs and theories. Students will further learn about logical validity, valid and invalid logical forms, and common informal logical fallacies. In addition to displaying different modes of philosophical thinking, Plato, Aristotle, Hobbes, and Nietzsche will provide the philosophical backdrop for the course as we focus on a cluster of related philosophical questions: What do we mean by the concept of human nature? What is a good human being and what 2

3 does it mean to live a good life? The final portion of the course turn to a discussion of the quest for human enhancement and will examine the ethical issues related to the use of various biomedical technologies, e.g., cognitive enhancement drugs and genetic engineering. Students will be urged to consider how Plato, Aristotle, Hobbes and Nietzsche would respond to the quest for human enhancement Course Requirements: unannounced in-class or take home assignments (10 points each) will be given throughout the semester; take home assignments will be due the next class period. No late assignments will be accepted; the professor is not responsible for ing students the assignment should they miss class. 2. In class midterm exam and final exam (100 points each): identification, matching, short answer and mini-essay questions page paper (typed, double-space, one inch margins) is due in class on the day indicated below; no ed papers will be accepted. A letter grade (10 points) will be deducted for each day the paper is turned in late; any paper more than two class dates late will not be accepted. Course Policies: 1. Attendance is required and roll will be taken every class meeting; those who arrive late or leave early may be marked absent. More than 4 unexcused absences will result in withdrawal from the course per university policy. An excused absence must be documented (e.g., doctor s 3

4 note) and approved by the professor. An excused absence from class/exams will be granted only under extreme l circumstances e.g., medical appointments (work-related conflicts are not excused). All excused absences must be documented with corroborating evidence and will only be permitted after review by the professor. 2. Avoid late arrivals and early departures as they disrupt class. Except for emergencies, do not leave class early unless you have talked to the professor beforehand. Excessive late arrivals and early departures will result in withdrawal from the course. Students are also required to check their university account prior to class in the event that the professor needs to update students on assignments, class activities or class cancellation. 3. Success in this course requires regular attendance and careful, timely reading of all assignments and good note taking. Hard and intelligent work will be rewarded with good grades and an understanding of ideas that can be used and enjoyed throughout your life. Mediocre work will be rewarded with half-knowledge and poor grades. Earning an A requires consistently excellent work; this is distinctly possible but requires regular attendance, hard work, keeping up with the reading, and taking notes. 4. Academic integrity is more important than receiving a good grade in the course. Please review the Academic Conduct Policy (3.1.4) available at 5. Debate and discussion are encouraged in class, but no one has the right to monopolize the discussion and each of us is expected to respond thoughtfully and respectfully to those who express points of view different from our own. Consistently thoughtful and constructive participation in 4

5 class will be taken into consideration when determining the final course grade; disruptive or disrespectful behavior that impedes classroom learning may result in course withdrawal. 6. Proper classroom decorum is the standard in higher education. According to university policy, eating is not allowed in the classroom; sleeping, cell phone use, and texting are also verboten. Laptop use is restricted to class-related work. Failure to comply with these rules is disruptive and may result in withdrawal from the course. 7. Students with disabilities who qualify for services will receive the accommodations for which they are legally entitled. It is the responsibility of the student to register with the Office of Testing and Disability Services and follow their procedures for obtaining assistance. For more information: disabilities/ Grading scare:. Grades will be calculated according to the following scales: %...A points...a 89-80%...B B 79-70%...C C 69-60%...D D Below 60%...F Below F Course Objectives: The assignments require careful reading and re-reading. The first step in tackling a reading is to understand the philosophical problems, questions and issues at stake. The next step is to determine the 5

6 philosopher s considered response. What assertions or claims does he make? How does he argue for or defend his view? What are the premises and conclusion of his arguments? The final step is to evaluate critically the philosopher s assertions. Are the premises true or plausible and are they sufficient to justify the conclusion? Has the philosopher overlooked alternative ways of thinking about the problem or question under discussion. You should also consider your own beliefs and ideas and ask how you would modify or defend them in light of our discussion. Students are therefore expected to: 1. Gain an understanding of the major areas of philosophic thought and the issues, questions and problems that define them. 2. Develop a general familiarity with some of the major thinkers covered in the course and acquire a basic understanding of their beliefs, ideas and theories. 3. Learn how to recognize, analyze and critically evaluate philosophical beliefs and arguments. 4. Learn basic valid and invalid argument forms within deductive logic; learn common fallacies in informal logic. 5. Develop good reading and writing skills, i.e., learn how to read a text with attention to nuance and detail; learn to write clearly and cogently. 6. Develop one s own philosophical beliefs and ideas by testing them against competing points of view. Course Schedule: Week #1 6

7 Aug. 19: Introduction - what is the philosophical mind set? Aug. 21: The New Yorker, April, 27, 2009 Brain Gain, Margaret Talbot, see: Week #2: Aug. 26: A Preface to Philosophy, ch. I, Recognizing Philosophical Issues, pp. 1-19; ch. 2, Why Philosophize? ch. II, pp Aug. 28: A Preface to Philosophy, ch. III, Thinking Critically: Clearing Up Some Misconceptions, pp ; ch. IV, Doing Philosophy: Getting Started, pp Week #3: Sept. 2: A Preface to Philosophy, ch. V, Doing Philosophy: Further Considerations, pp Sept. 4: Ch. V continued. Week #4: Sept. 9: Sept. 11: Plato s Meno Meno continued. Week #5: Sept. 16: Sept. 18: Meno continued. s Nichomachean Ethics, Book I,. Week #6: Sept. 23: Aristotle, Book I continued.. 7

8 Sept. 25: Aristotle, Book II, Week #7: Sept. 30: Oct. 2: Aristotle, Book III. Midterm exam Week #8: Oct. 7: Oct. 9: Aristotle, Book III continued. Aristotle, Book VI. Week #9: Oct. 14: Aristotle, Book X. Oct. 16: Hobbes, Leviathan, selected passages. Week #10: Oct. 21: Oct. 23: Hobbes, selected passages. Hobbes, selected passages. Week #11: Oct. 28: Oct. 30: Hobbes, selected passages. Selected passages from Nietzsche s The Gay Science. Week #12: Nov. 4: Nov. 6: continued. continued. 8

9 Week #13: Nov. 11: Nov. 13: Nietzsche continued. Nietzsche continued. Week #14: Nov. 18: The Case Against Perfection, pp Nov. 20: The Case Against Perfection, pp Week #15: Nov. 25: Nov. 27: Paper due in class Thanksgiving break. Week #16: Dec. 2: Dec. 4: Movie: The Examined Life Finish movie; course evaluation Final exam: Thurs., Dec. 11, 1:00-3:00 pm. 9

Knowledge, Reality, and Values CORC 1210 SYLLABUS

Knowledge, Reality, and Values CORC 1210 SYLLABUS Knowledge, Reality, and Values CORC 1210 SYLLABUS Prof:!! Amanda Bryant!!! Semester:! Fall 2012 Email:!! abryant@brooklyn.cuny.edu! Classroom:! 4141B Sect.:!! MW9B!!!! Time:!MW 9:30AM-10:45AM Code:! 0129!!!!!

More information

By the end of this course, students will be able to:

By the end of this course, students will be able to: Course outline for PHIL 137: Topics in 19 th Century Philosophy Course Description The goal of this course is to study some major philosophic works of the 19 th Century, a highly productive and highly

More information

Religion and Ethics. Or: God and the Good Life

Religion and Ethics. Or: God and the Good Life Religion and Ethics Or: God and the Good Life REL 364 Fall 2014 T/Th 11:00-12:20 ZHS 360 Prof. David Albertson Office: ACB 227 Office hours by appointment (email: dalberts@usc.edu) 2 Religion and Ethics

More information

Philosophy for Theology Course Syllabus

Philosophy for Theology Course Syllabus Philosophy for Theology Course Syllabus Fall Semester ~ Lansing Catholic High School Mr. Daniel Spitzley Room 106 Voicemail: 267-2106 Email: dan.spitzley@lansingcatholic.org Class Website: http://www.lansingcatholic.org/teachers/teachers.aspx?param1=30&param2=1

More information

Instructor contact information

Instructor contact information Instructor contact information Instructor: Ferdinand R. Durano Office hours: By appointment only E-mail: Ferdinand.durano@hccs.edu Course Title: Intro. To Ethics Semester and Year: Summer II 2013 Course

More information

Honors Philosophy Course Syllabus

Honors Philosophy Course Syllabus Honors Philosophy Course Syllabus Senior Year ~ Lansing Catholic High School Mr. Daniel Spitzley Room 106 Voicemail: 267-2106 Email: dan.spitzley@lansingcatholic.org Class Website: www.lansingcatholic.org/teachers/teachers.aspx?param1=4&param2=1

More information

e x c e l l e n c e : an introduction to philosophy

e x c e l l e n c e : an introduction to philosophy e x c e l l e n c e : an introduction to philosophy Introduction to Philosophy (course #PH-101-003) Among the things the faculty at Skidmore hopes you get out of your education, we have explicitly identified

More information

PHIL University of New Orleans. Clarence Mark Phillips University of New Orleans. University of New Orleans Syllabi.

PHIL University of New Orleans. Clarence Mark Phillips University of New Orleans. University of New Orleans Syllabi. University of New Orleans ScholarWorks@UNO University of New Orleans Syllabi Fall 2015 PHIL 1000 Clarence Mark Phillips University of New Orleans Follow this and additional works at: http://scholarworks.uno.edu/syllabi

More information

SOCI : SOCIOLOGY OF RELIGION TR 9:30 10:50 ENV 125 Fall, 2013

SOCI : SOCIOLOGY OF RELIGION TR 9:30 10:50 ENV 125 Fall, 2013 COURSE SYLLABUS SOCI 3700.001: SOCIOLOGY OF RELIGION TR 9:30 10:50 ENV 125 Fall, 2013 Instructor: David A. Williamson, Ph.D. 940/565-2215 (direct voice) Chilton 390C 940/565-2296 (departmental voice) David.Williamson@unt.edu

More information

Ethics. PHIL 181 Spring 2018 SUMMARY OBJECTIVES

Ethics. PHIL 181 Spring 2018 SUMMARY OBJECTIVES Ethics PHIL 181 Spring 2018 Instructor: Dr. Stefano Giacchetti M/W 5.00-6.15 Office hours M/W 2-3 (by appointment) E-Mail: sgiacch@luc.edu SUMMARY Short Description: This course will investigate some of

More information

PHIL : Introduction to Philosophy Examining the Human Condition

PHIL : Introduction to Philosophy Examining the Human Condition Course PHIL 1301-501: Introduction to Philosophy Examining the Human Condition Professor Steve Hiltz Term Fall 2015 Meetings Tuesday 7:00-9:45 PM GR 2.530 Professor s Contact Information Home Phone 214-613-2084

More information

Introduction to Ethics MWF 2:30-3:20pm BRNG 1230

Introduction to Ethics MWF 2:30-3:20pm BRNG 1230 Introduction to Ethics MWF 2:30-3:20pm BRNG 1230 Morar - 1 Contact information: Instructor: Nicolae Morar (nmorar@purdue.edu) Office: PRCE 195 Office Hours: MW 3:20-4:20pm and by appointment Course Description:

More information

Philosophy Courses Fall 2011

Philosophy Courses Fall 2011 Philosophy Courses Fall 2011 All philosophy courses satisfy the Humanities requirement -- except 120, which counts as one of the two required courses in Math/Logic. Many philosophy courses (e.g., Business

More information

PSY 385 Psychology of Religion Fall 2016 TR 11:30-12:45 B1110 MAK

PSY 385 Psychology of Religion Fall 2016 TR 11:30-12:45 B1110 MAK PSY 385 Psychology of Religion Fall 2016 TR 11:30-12:45 B1110 MAK Instructor: Luke Galen, Ph.D. Office: 2220 ASH Office Hours: Tues/ Thurs: 10 11, some Mon/ Wed times by appointment. Phone: 331-2904 Email:

More information

Philosophy & Persons

Philosophy & Persons Philosophy & Persons PHIL 130 Fall 2017 Instructor: Dr. Stefano Giacchetti M/W 11.30-12.45 Office hours M/W 2.30-3.30 (by appointment) E-Mail: sgiacch@luc.edu SUMMARY Short Description: The course examines

More information

PHIL 1313 Introduction to Philosophy Section 09 Fall 2014 Philosophy Department

PHIL 1313 Introduction to Philosophy Section 09 Fall 2014 Philosophy Department PHIL 1313 Introduction to Philosophy Section 09 Fall 2014 Philosophy Department COURSE DESCRIPTION A foundational course designed to familiarize the student with the meaning and relevance of philosophy

More information

Course Syllabus Ethics PHIL 330, Fall, 2009

Course Syllabus Ethics PHIL 330, Fall, 2009 Instructor: Dr. Matt Zwolinski Office Hours: MW: 12:00-2:00; F: 11:15-12:15 Office: F167A Course Website: http://pope.sandiego.edu/ Phone: 619-260-4094 Email: mzwolinski@sandiego.edu Course Syllabus Ethics

More information

Philosophy 2: Introduction to Philosophy Section 2511, Room SOCS 205, 7:45-9:10am El Camino College Fall, 2014

Philosophy 2: Introduction to Philosophy Section 2511, Room SOCS 205, 7:45-9:10am El Camino College Fall, 2014 Philosophy 2: Introduction to Philosophy Section 2511, Room SOCS 205, 7:45-9:10am El Camino College Fall, 2014 Instructor: Dr. Felipe Leon Phone: (310) 660-3593 ext.5742 Email: fleon@elcamino.edu Office:

More information

Final grades will be determined by 6 components: Midterm 20% Final 20% Problem Sets 20% Papers 20% Quizzes 10% Section 10%

Final grades will be determined by 6 components: Midterm 20% Final 20% Problem Sets 20% Papers 20% Quizzes 10% Section 10% course phil 610: Philosophy & Science, Spring 2018 instructors J. Dmitri Gallow ( : jdmitrigallow@pitt.edu) Adam Marushak ( : adshak@gmail.com) lecture times Tuesdays and Thursdays, 14:00 14:50 Room 324,

More information

RELG # FALL 2014 class location Gambrel 153 Tuesday and Thursday 4:25-5:40PM

RELG # FALL 2014 class location Gambrel 153 Tuesday and Thursday 4:25-5:40PM INTRODUCTION TO RELIGIOUS STUDIES Mystics, Shamans, Meditators and Extraordinary Religious Experiences RELG #110-001 FALL 2014 class location Gambrel 153 Tuesday and Thursday 4:25-5:40PM Professor Elon

More information

Framingham State University Syllabus PHIL 101-B Invitation to Philosophy Summer 2018

Framingham State University Syllabus PHIL 101-B Invitation to Philosophy Summer 2018 Framingham State University Syllabus PHIL 101-B Invitation to Philosophy Summer 2018 General Information Session: Summer 2018(May 28th, 2018-June 29th, 2018) Credit: 4 Teaching Hours: 50 Hours Time: 2

More information

Any Philosophy that can be put in a nut shell belongs in one. - Hillary Putnam. Course Description

Any Philosophy that can be put in a nut shell belongs in one. - Hillary Putnam. Course Description Philosophy 26 History of Philosophy Section 03 Fall 2015 M/W 1:30-2:45 PM Room: Douglas Hall 110 Satisfies General Education Area C2 (see course objectives/requirements below) Instructor: J. P. Carboni

More information

Syllabus PHIL 1000 Philosophy of Human Nature Summer 2017, Tues/Wed/Thurs 9:00-12:00pm Location: TBD

Syllabus PHIL 1000 Philosophy of Human Nature Summer 2017, Tues/Wed/Thurs 9:00-12:00pm Location: TBD Syllabus PHIL 1000 Philosophy of Human Nature Summer 2017, Tues/Wed/Thurs 9:00-12:00pm Location: TBD Instructor: Mr. John Gregor MacDougall Email: jmacdougall@fordham.edu Office: Collins Hall B12 Office

More information

HOUSTON COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM Northeast College NOLN

HOUSTON COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM Northeast College NOLN Instructor contact information HOUSTON COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM Northeast College NOLN Instructor: Ferdinand R. Durano Office hours: By appointment only E-mail: Ferdinand.durano@hccs.edu Course Title:

More information

Introduction to Ethics

Introduction to Ethics Instructor: Email: Introduction to Ethics Auburn University Department of Philosophy PHIL 1020 Fall Quarter, 2014 Syllabus Version 1.9. The schedule of readings is subject to revisions. Students are responsible

More information

Philosophy 107: Philosophy of Religion El Camino College Spring, 2017 Section 2664, Room SOCS 205, MW 11:15am-12:40pm

Philosophy 107: Philosophy of Religion El Camino College Spring, 2017 Section 2664, Room SOCS 205, MW 11:15am-12:40pm Philosophy 107: Philosophy of Religion El Camino College Spring, 2017 Section 2664, Room SOCS 205, MW 11:15am-12:40pm Instructor: Dr. Felipe Leon Phone: (310) 660-3593 ext.5742 Email: fleon@elcamino.edu

More information

course PHIL 80: Introduction to Philosophical Problems, Fall 2018

course PHIL 80: Introduction to Philosophical Problems, Fall 2018 course PHIL 80: Introduction to Philosophical Problems, Fall 2018 instructors J. Dmitri Gallow ( : jdmitrigallow@pitt.edu) Sabrina (Beishi) Hao ( : beh76@pitt.edu) Edward Schwartz ( : eas170@pitt.edu)

More information

Student Outcome Statement

Student Outcome Statement Syllabus El Camino College: Introduction to Philosophy (PHIL-101-2607, Fall, 2015, Tues & Thurs., 7:45-9:10 a.m., Room: Soc 211) Professor: Dr. Darla J. Fjeld (Office Hours: Right after class ends.) Telephone:

More information

REL201 A: Jesus of Nazareth

REL201 A: Jesus of Nazareth REL201 A: Jesus of Nazareth Term: Fall, 2017 Classroom: Education Hall (Barstow) 109 Meeting Period: Mon. Wed., and Fri, 10:40 AM to 12:00 Noon Instructor: Scott Celsor Office Phone: (262) 951-3150 E-Mail

More information

EL CAMINO COLLEGE Behavioral & Social Sciences Philosophy Introduction to Philosophy, Summer 2016 Section 2510, MTWTh, 8:00-10:05 a.m.

EL CAMINO COLLEGE Behavioral & Social Sciences Philosophy Introduction to Philosophy, Summer 2016 Section 2510, MTWTh, 8:00-10:05 a.m. EL CAMINO COLLEGE Behavioral & Social Sciences Philosophy 101 - Introduction to Philosophy, Summer 2016 Section 2510, MTWTh, 8:00-10:05 a.m., SS 210 Instructor Contact Information: Instructor: Marco Llaguno

More information

PL 406 HISTORY OF MODERN PHILOSOPHY Fall 2009

PL 406 HISTORY OF MODERN PHILOSOPHY Fall 2009 PL 406 HISTORY OF MODERN PHILOSOPHY Fall 2009 DAY / TIME: T & TH 10:30 11:45 A.M. INSTRUCTOR: PROF. JEAN-LUC SOLÈRE OFFICE: DEP. OF PHILOSOPHY, # 390 21 Campanella Way, 3 rd Floor TEL: 2-4670 OFFICE HOURS:

More information

Introduction to Philosophy (PHIL 120B) Fall Wednesdays and Fridays 12:50 2:00 Memorial Hall 302

Introduction to Philosophy (PHIL 120B) Fall Wednesdays and Fridays 12:50 2:00 Memorial Hall 302 Introduction to Philosophy (PHIL 120B) Fall 2007 Wednesdays and Fridays 12:50 2:00 Memorial Hall 302 Instructor: Catherine Sutton Office: Zinzendorf 203 Office phone: 610-861-1589 Email: csutton@moravian.edu

More information

Fall 2012 Syllabus Dr. Timothy J. Freeman THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII AT HILO

Fall 2012 Syllabus Dr. Timothy J. Freeman THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII AT HILO Introduction to Western Philosophy PHILOSOPHY 100 Section 005 CRN: 10360 TR 3:30-4:45 PM K 128 Fall 2012 Syllabus Dr. Timothy J. Freeman THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII AT HILO OFFICE: OLD GYM #2 OFFICE: 933-9920;

More information

INTRODUCTION TO EPISTEMOLOGY

INTRODUCTION TO EPISTEMOLOGY INTRODUCTION TO EPISTEMOLOGY Dr. V. Adluri Office: Hunter West, 12 th floor, Room 1242 Telephone: 973 216 7874 Email: vadluri@hunter.cuny.edu Office hours: Wednesdays, 6:00 7:00 P.M and by appointment

More information

Required Reading: 1. Corrigan, et al. Jews, Christians, Muslims. NJ: Prentice Hall, Individual readings on Blackboard.

Required Reading: 1. Corrigan, et al. Jews, Christians, Muslims. NJ: Prentice Hall, Individual readings on Blackboard. RELIGION 211-001 Religions of the West Fall 2012, MW 1:30-2:45, East Building 201 Prof. John Turner Office: Robinson B443A, Phone: (703) 993-5604, Email: jgturner52@gmail.com Office Hours: M 3-4, W 11-12

More information

Introduction to Ethics

Introduction to Ethics Introduction to Ethics Auburn University Department of Philosophy PHIL 1020 Fall Semester, 2015 Syllabus Instructor: Email: Version 1.0. The schedule of readings is subject to revision. Students are responsible

More information

Philosophy 3020: Modern Philosophy. UNC Charlotte, Spring Section 001, M/W 11:00am-12:15pm, Winningham 101

Philosophy 3020: Modern Philosophy. UNC Charlotte, Spring Section 001, M/W 11:00am-12:15pm, Winningham 101 Philosophy 3020: Modern Philosophy UNC Charlotte, Spring 2014 Section 001, M/W 11:00am-12:15pm, Winningham 101 Instructor: Trevor Pearce Office Hours: T/Th 10-11am or by appointment Department of Philosophy

More information

GREAT PHILOSOPHERS Philosophy 125C. Section 01 Fall 2006 Tuesdays and Thursdays, 11:30-1:00 Duncker 101. Instructors

GREAT PHILOSOPHERS Philosophy 125C. Section 01 Fall 2006 Tuesdays and Thursdays, 11:30-1:00 Duncker 101. Instructors GREAT PHILOSOPHERS Philosophy 125C. Section 01 Fall 2006 Tuesdays and Thursdays, 11:30-1:00 Duncker 101 Instructors Mr. Eric Brown Wilson 213 Thursdays, 1:30-3:00, 935-4257 eabrown@wustl.edu Mr. David

More information

PHIL 370: Medieval Philosophy [semester], Coastal Carolina University Class meeting times: [date, time, location]

PHIL 370: Medieval Philosophy [semester], Coastal Carolina University Class meeting times: [date, time, location] PHIL 370: Medieval Philosophy [semester], Coastal Carolina University Class meeting times: [date, time, location] Professor Dennis Earl Email, phone dearl@coastal.edu, (843-349-4094) Office hours Edwards

More information

PHIL 100 AO1 Introduction to Philosophy

PHIL 100 AO1 Introduction to Philosophy 1 PHIL 100 AO1 Introduction to Philosophy Mondays & Thursdays 4:30-5:50 Engineering/Computer Science Building (ECS) 116 First Term Bob Wright Centre (BWC) A104 Second Term Instructor: Klaus Jahn Office:

More information

The Art of Spiritual Transformation. RELG 351 * Fall 2015

The Art of Spiritual Transformation. RELG 351 * Fall 2015 YOGA The Art of Spiritual Transformation RELG 351 * Fall 2015 Instructor: Mari Jyväsjärvi Stuart MW 3:55 5:10 Yoga has become a mainstream cultural phenomenon in affluent Western societies. Yoga studios,

More information

- THE CHURCH - PURPOSE AND LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

- THE CHURCH - PURPOSE AND LEARNING OBJECTIVES: - THE CHURCH - PURPOSE AND LEARNING OBJECTIVES: Stuart Squires, Ph.D. Stuart.Squires@brescia.edu Office: Lechner #218 Office Hours: M-F 11:00-12:00 and 1:00-2:00 (Appointments highly recommended) Fall

More information

Existentialism Philosophy 303 (CRN 12245) Fall 2013

Existentialism Philosophy 303 (CRN 12245) Fall 2013 Existentialism Philosophy 303 (CRN 12245) Fall 2013 PROFESSOR INFORMATION Dr. William P. Kiblinger Office: Kinard 326 Office Hours: W 12:30-2:30; F 12:00-2:00 Office Phone/Voicemail: 803-323-4598 (email

More information

Columbia College Fall C1101 section 03 Contemporary Western Civilization I. Mon/Wed 9:00 10: Hamilton

Columbia College Fall C1101 section 03 Contemporary Western Civilization I. Mon/Wed 9:00 10: Hamilton Columbia College Fall 2006 C1101 section 03 Contemporary Western Civilization I Mon/Wed 9:00 10:50 315 Hamilton Ivan Savic Email: is375@columbia.edu Phone: (212) 961-1660 Office: Office Hours: 722 IAB

More information

Philosophy o f. Religion. Course Description

Philosophy o f. Religion. Course Description Philosophy o f Religion Course Description Philosophy of religion is the study of the human condition insofar as it relates to faith; or it is the philosophical study of the meaning or essence of religion,

More information

INTRODUCTION TO ETHICS

INTRODUCTION TO ETHICS INTRODUCTION TO ETHICS PHL 110 Highlands College Autumn 2016 Classroom: 112 Office Hours: By appointment Kristofer J. Petersen-Overton kpetersenoverton@mtech.edu Ethics is a branch of philosophy concerned

More information

Office: HumB 373; Tel ; Office Hours: M, W 12:00-2:00; T, Th 2:00-4:00; and by appointment

Office: HumB 373; Tel ;   Office Hours: M, W 12:00-2:00; T, Th 2:00-4:00; and by appointment History 101 Fall Semester 2004 L. Macaluso Office: HumB 373; Tel. 460-7592; e-mail: lmacalus@jaguar1.usouthal.edu Office Hours: M, W 12:00-2:00; T, Th 2:00-4:00; and by appointment History 101 is a survey

More information

Philosophy Courses Fall 2016

Philosophy Courses Fall 2016 Philosophy Courses Fall 2016 All 100 and 200-level philosophy courses satisfy the Humanities requirement -- except 120, 198, and 298. We offer both a major and a minor in philosophy plus a concentration

More information

Course Description: Required texts:

Course Description: Required texts: Class: L32 Pol Sci 392 History of Political Thought II: Legitimacy, Equality and the Social Contract Date and Time: M-W 1:00 pm-2:30 pm, Seigle Hall 103 Instructor: Lorraine Krall Email: lek25@georgetown.edu

More information

Brigham Young University Idaho FDREL 122: Book of Mormon (Alma 30 Moroni 10) Spring 2015

Brigham Young University Idaho FDREL 122: Book of Mormon (Alma 30 Moroni 10) Spring 2015 Brigham Young University Idaho FDREL 122: Book of Mormon (Alma 30 Moroni 10) Instructor: Fernando Castro E-Mail: castrofr@byui.edu Office: Taylor 220; Hours: MW 2:00 4:00 PM *Section 23 / Mondays & Wednesdays

More information

LS 151L: Introduction to the Humanities Fall Semester 2011 Section 80 (71626): T Th 12:40 2:00 pm (DHC 117), Th 11:10-12:00 (NUULH)

LS 151L: Introduction to the Humanities Fall Semester 2011 Section 80 (71626): T Th 12:40 2:00 pm (DHC 117), Th 11:10-12:00 (NUULH) Dr. Nathaniel Levtow Office: LA 156 Office phone: 243-2845 Email: nathaniel.levtow@umontana.edu Office hours: Tu Th 8:00-9:30 am & by appointment LS 151L: Introduction to the Humanities Fall Semester 2011

More information

RELIGION C 324 DOCTRINE & COVENANTS, SECTIONS 1-76

RELIGION C 324 DOCTRINE & COVENANTS, SECTIONS 1-76 RELIGION C 324 DOCTRINE & COVENANTS, SECTIONS 1-76 Christopher Jones Winter 2017 ccjones@byu.edu Section 002 (JSB 174) Office: 2147 JFSB TTh, 8:00-8:50 a.m. Office Hours: T, 1:30-3:00 p.m., W 2:00-4:00

More information

EXISTENTIALISM. Course Number PHIL Meeting Times MW 2:00-3:15. Instructor John V. Garner, Ph.D.,

EXISTENTIALISM. Course Number PHIL Meeting Times MW 2:00-3:15. Instructor John V. Garner, Ph.D., EXISTENTIALISM Course Description This course examines both atheistic and religious existentialism through thinkers such as Kierkegaard, Nietzsche, Sartre, Camus, Beauvoir, and Fanon. To provide relief,

More information

COURSE SYLLABUS. Office: McInnis Hall 214 MW 1:00-2:00, T&R 9:00-9:50, and by appointment Phone:

COURSE SYLLABUS. Office: McInnis Hall 214 MW 1:00-2:00, T&R 9:00-9:50, and by appointment Phone: COURSE SYLLABUS HON 102 Justice, the Common Good, and Contemporary Issues MWF 11:00-11:50 am FWLR 4 Spring 2010 Instructor: R.J. Snell Office: McInnis Hall 214 Office Hours: MW 1:00-2:00, T&R 9:00-9:50,

More information

TEXTBOOKS: o Vernon O. Egger, A History of the Muslim World to 1405: The Making of a Civilization, (Required)

TEXTBOOKS: o Vernon O. Egger, A History of the Muslim World to 1405: The Making of a Civilization, (Required) HISTORY OF ISLAMIC CIVILIZATION I (up to 1258 C.E.) Fall 2016 (21:510:287) Section 1: MW4-520pm Conklin Hall 346 Mohamed Gamal-Eldin mg369@njit.edu Office Hour: By appointment only Office: TBD TEXTBOOKS:

More information

Office Hours by appointment before or after class phone/text:

Office Hours by appointment before or after class phone/text: Kerry Danner, PhD Kerry.Danner@georgetown.edu Office Hours by appointment before or after class phone/text: 301-356-8254 THE PROBLEM OF GOD THEOLOGY 001-10 Local and Global Diversity Requirement M-TR 10:45-12:45

More information

NT-510 Introduction to the New Testament Methodist Theological School in Ohio

NT-510 Introduction to the New Testament Methodist Theological School in Ohio NT-510 Introduction to the New Testament Methodist Theological School in Ohio Fall 2015 Ryan Schellenberg Thurs., 2:00 4:50pm rschellenberg@mtso.edu Gault Hall 133 Gault Hall 231 (740) 362-3125 Course

More information

Reading Questions for Phil , Fall 2016 (Daniel)

Reading Questions for Phil , Fall 2016 (Daniel) Reading Questions for Phil 251.501, Fall 2016 (Daniel) Class One (Aug. 30): Philosophy Up to Plato (SW 3-78) 1. What does it mean to say that philosophy replaces myth as an explanatory device starting

More information

Introduction to Philosophy 1050 Fall Tues./Thurs :20pm PEB 219

Introduction to Philosophy 1050 Fall Tues./Thurs :20pm PEB 219 Introduction to Philosophy 1050 Fall 2015 Tues./Thurs. 11-12:20pm PEB 219 Instructor: Dr. Samantha Langsdale Office & Office Hours: Env. 320C; Mon. & Wed. 2-4pm Email: samantha.langsdale@unt.edu Course

More information

Existentialism. Course number PHIL 291 section A1 Fall 2014 Tu-Th 9:30-10:50am ED 377

Existentialism. Course number PHIL 291 section A1 Fall 2014 Tu-Th 9:30-10:50am ED 377 Existentialism Course number PHIL 291 section A1 Fall 2014 Tu-Th 9:30-10:50am ED 377 Instructor: Prof. Marie-Eve Morin Office Hours: Monday 1:00-3:00 p.m. or by appointment Office: 2-65 Assiniboia Hall

More information

Office Hours and Location: phone: TBD. COURAGE. HOPE. JUSTICE. THEOLOGY SUMMER 2018 M-TR 8:30-10:30 a.m.

Office Hours and Location: phone: TBD. COURAGE. HOPE. JUSTICE. THEOLOGY SUMMER 2018 M-TR 8:30-10:30 a.m. Prof. Kerry Danner e-mail:kbd5@georgetown.edu Office Hours and Location: phone: 301-356-8254 TBD COURAGE. HOPE. JUSTICE. THEOLOGY 160-20 SUMMER 2018 M-TR 8:30-10:30 a.m. Syllabus may be changed at instructor

More information

Assessment: Student accomplishment of expected student outcomes will be assessed using the following measures

Assessment: Student accomplishment of expected student outcomes will be assessed using the following measures Philosophy 107: Philosophy of Religion El Camino College Spring, 2017 Section 4160, Online Course Instructor: Dr. Felipe Leon Phone: (310) 660-3593 ext.5742 Email: fleon@elcamino.edu Office: SOCS 108 Office

More information

Department of Philosophy. Module descriptions 2017/18. Level C (i.e. normally 1 st Yr.) Modules

Department of Philosophy. Module descriptions 2017/18. Level C (i.e. normally 1 st Yr.) Modules Department of Philosophy Module descriptions 2017/18 Level C (i.e. normally 1 st Yr.) Modules Please be aware that all modules are subject to availability. If you have any questions about the modules,

More information

NORTH SOUTH UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY AND PHILOSOPHY DHAKA, BANGLADESH

NORTH SOUTH UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY AND PHILOSOPHY DHAKA, BANGLADESH NORTH SOUTH UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY AND PHILOSOPHY DHAKA, BANGLADESH Semester: Spring 2016 Course Code: PHI 104 (Section: 2) Class Time: ST 04.20 PM-05.50 PM Course Title: Introduction to Ethics

More information

Philosophy 107: Philosophy of Religion El Camino College Summer, 2016 Section 4173, Online Course

Philosophy 107: Philosophy of Religion El Camino College Summer, 2016 Section 4173, Online Course Philosophy 107: Philosophy of Religion El Camino College Summer, 2016 Section 4173, Online Course Instructor: Dr. Felipe Leon Phone: (310) 660-3593 ext.5742 Email: fleon@elcamino.edu Office: SOCS 108 Office

More information

PHILOSOPHY 2 Philosophical Ethics

PHILOSOPHY 2 Philosophical Ethics PHILOSOPHY 2 Philosophical Ethics Michael Epperson Fall 2012 Office: Mendocino Hall #3036 M & W 12:00-1:15 Telephone: 278-4535 Amador Hall 217 Email: epperson@csus.edu Office Hours: M & W, 2:00 3:00 &

More information

PHIL 11: INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY University of California, Santa Cruz Philosophy Department Winter 2016

PHIL 11: INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY University of California, Santa Cruz Philosophy Department Winter 2016 INSTRUCTOR PHIL 11: INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY University of California, Santa Cruz Philosophy Department Winter 2016 LECTURE Dr. Lucas Fain TuTh 2:00 3:45PM lfain@ucsc.edu Thimann Lecture Hall 003 OFFICE

More information

Modern Philosophy (PHIL 245) Fall Tuesdays and Thursdays 2:20 3:30 Memorial Hall 301

Modern Philosophy (PHIL 245) Fall Tuesdays and Thursdays 2:20 3:30 Memorial Hall 301 Modern Philosophy (PHIL 245) Fall 2007 Tuesdays and Thursdays 2:20 3:30 Memorial Hall 301 Instructor: Catherine Sutton Office: Zinzendorf 203 Office phone: 610-861-1589 Email: csutton@moravian.edu Office

More information

Fall 2016 Biblical and Post-Biblical Wisdom Literature Hebrew 2708 / Jewish Studies 2708 Meeting Time/Location Instructor: Office Hours:

Fall 2016 Biblical and Post-Biblical Wisdom Literature Hebrew 2708 / Jewish Studies 2708 Meeting Time/Location Instructor: Office Hours: Attention! This is a representative syllabus. The syllabus for the course you are enrolled in will likely be different. Please refer to your instructor s syllabus for more information on specific requirements

More information

POLS 3000 INTRODUCTION TO POLITICAL THEORY

POLS 3000 INTRODUCTION TO POLITICAL THEORY 1 POLS 3000 Spring 2019 MWF 10:10-11:00 a.m. 301 Baldwin Hall Professor Ilya P. Winham Email: iwinham@uga.edu Office: 304A Baldwin Hall Office Hours: immediately after class and by appointment INTRODUCTION

More information

Phil 3121: Modern Philosophy Fall 2016 T, Th 3:40 5:20 pm

Phil 3121: Modern Philosophy Fall 2016 T, Th 3:40 5:20 pm Prof. Justin Steinberg Office: Boylan Hall 3315 Office Hours: Tues 5:20 6:00pm, Thurs 12:15 1:15pm E-mail: jsteinberg@brooklyn.cuny.edu Phil 3121: Modern Philosophy Fall 2016 T, Th 3:40 5:20 pm Course

More information

Philosophy 2: Introduction to Philosophy Section 4170 Online Course El Camino College Spring, 2015

Philosophy 2: Introduction to Philosophy Section 4170 Online Course El Camino College Spring, 2015 Philosophy 2: Introduction to Philosophy Section 4170 Online Course El Camino College Spring, 2015 Instructor: Dr. Felipe Leon Phone: (310) 660-3593 ext.5742 Email: fleon@elcamino.edu Office: SOCS 108

More information

Introduction to Islam

Introduction to Islam THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT DALLAS School of Arts and Humanities Course Syllabus: HUMA 3342.501 Introduction to Islam Fall 2013 COURSE TITLE: HUMA 3342.501 Introduction to Islam (3 credit hours) Time: 4:00-5:15

More information

New School for Social Research Home Phone: (914) Spring 1997 Office: 445 Lang; Phone: x

New School for Social Research Home Phone: (914) Spring 1997 Office: 445 Lang; Phone: x Eugene Lang College Dennis McEnnerney New School for Social Research Home Phone: (914) 591-6931 Spring 1997 Office: 445 Lang; Phone: x 3794 email: mcennerd@newschool.edu Course Description First-Year Seminar

More information

SYLLABUS. Department Syllabus. Philosophy of Religion

SYLLABUS. Department Syllabus. Philosophy of Religion SYLLABUS DATE OF LAST REVIEW: 02/2013 CIP CODE: 24.0101 SEMESTER: COURSE TITLE: Department Syllabus Philosophy of Religion COURSE NUMBER: PHIL 200 CREDIT HOURS: 3 INSTRUCTOR: OFFICE LOCATION: OFFICE HOURS:

More information

Sep. 1 Wed Introduction to the Middle Ages Dates; major thinkers; and historical context The nature of scripture (Revelation) and reason

Sep. 1 Wed Introduction to the Middle Ages Dates; major thinkers; and historical context The nature of scripture (Revelation) and reason MEDIEVAL PHILOSOPHY Dr. V. Adluri Office: Hunter West, 12 th floor, Room 1242 Telephone: 973 216 7874 Email: vadluri@hunter.cuny.edu Office hours: Wednesdays, 6:00 7:00 P.M and by appointment DESCRIPTION:

More information

PLSC 4340 POLITICS AND ISLAM

PLSC 4340 POLITICS AND ISLAM PLSC 4340 POLITICS AND ISLAM Instructor: Dr. LaiYee Leong Contact information: lleong@smu.edu Office: Carr Collins 208 Class meeting: TBD Classroom: TBD Office hours: by appointment An Egyptian protestor

More information

Existentialism Philosophy 303 (12070) Fall 2011 TR 9:30-10:45 Kinard 312

Existentialism Philosophy 303 (12070) Fall 2011 TR 9:30-10:45 Kinard 312 Existentialism Philosophy 303 (12070) Fall 2011 TR 9:30-10:45 Kinard 312 PROFESSOR INFORMATION Dr. William P. Kiblinger Office: Kinard 326 Office Hours: W 12:30-3:30; F 12:30-1:30 Office Phone/Voicemail:

More information

Philosophy 501/CCT 603 Foundations of Philosophical Thought. Arthur Millman Fall 2018 Office: W/5/020 Wednesdays 7:00

Philosophy 501/CCT 603 Foundations of Philosophical Thought. Arthur Millman Fall 2018 Office: W/5/020 Wednesdays 7:00 Philosophy 501/CCT 603 Foundations of Philosophical Thought Arthur Millman Fall 2018 Office: W/5/020 Wednesdays 7:00 Phone: (617) 287-6538 Room: W/4/170 E-mail: arthur.millman@umb.edu Office hours: W 5-7,

More information

Theories of the Self. Description:

Theories of the Self. Description: Syracuse University Department of Religion REL 394/PHI 342: Theories of the Self Office hours: M: 9:30 am-10:30 am; Fr: 12:00 pm-1:00 & by appointment 512 Hall of Languages E-mail: aelsayed@sry.edu Fall

More information

Course Description: Course Requirements: RELIGION 120 Introduc tion to The Study of Religion. TuTh 12:30-1: Bowne Hall

Course Description: Course Requirements: RELIGION 120 Introduc tion to The Study of Religion. TuTh 12:30-1: Bowne Hall RELIGION 120 Introduc tion to The Study of Religion TuTh 12:30-1:50 111 Bowne Hall Instruc tor: Adam DJ Brett Hall of Languages 514 Office Hours: TuTh 11:00-12:15 AM and by appointment (315) 443-3861 adbrett@syr.edu

More information

H-640: The Global Holiness and Pentecostal Movements Christian Theological Seminary Fall, 2007

H-640: The Global Holiness and Pentecostal Movements Christian Theological Seminary Fall, 2007 H-640: The Global Holiness and Pentecostal Movements Christian Theological Seminary Fall, 2007 Contact Information Instructor: Scott D. Seay, M.Div., Ph.D. Office: Room 235 Office Hours: Office Phone:

More information

Model Syllabus. Theology 266: The Church in the World

Model Syllabus. Theology 266: The Church in the World Model Syllabus Theology 266: The Church in the World Introduction Luke tells us that Jesus began his ministry in Nazareth, his hometown, by going to the synagogue on the Sabbath and making the words of

More information

PHIL History of Ethics Spring Meetings Monday/Wednesday/Friday 10-10:50 ARC 3004

PHIL History of Ethics Spring Meetings Monday/Wednesday/Friday 10-10:50 ARC 3004 PHIL 112-02. History of Ethics Spring 2014 Meetings Monday/Wednesday/Friday 10-10:50 ARC 3004 Instructor Kyle Swan Department of Philosophy California State University, Sacramento Mendocino Hall 3012 6000

More information

Political Science 103 Fall, 2018 Dr. Edward S. Cohen INTRODUCTION TO POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY

Political Science 103 Fall, 2018 Dr. Edward S. Cohen INTRODUCTION TO POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY Political Science 103 Fall, 2018 Dr. Edward S. Cohen INTRODUCTION TO POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY This course provides an introduction to some of the basic debates and dilemmas surrounding the nature and aims

More information

POT 2002: Introduction to Political Theory

POT 2002: Introduction to Political Theory POT 2002: Introduction to Political Theory Fall 2013 Instructor: Chris Manick Section: 123C cmanick@ufl.edu Meeting times: MWF, period 5 (11:45-12:35) Office: 330 Anderson Classroom: 016 Matherly Office

More information

History 101, Sections 1-3 Fall 2017 State University of New York at Stony Brook MW 12:00-12:50, PLUS section meeting Melville W4550

History 101, Sections 1-3 Fall 2017 State University of New York at Stony Brook MW 12:00-12:50, PLUS section meeting Melville W4550 History 101, Sections 1-3 Fall 2017 State University of New York at Stony Brook MW 12:00-12:50, PLUS section meeting Melville W4550 Prof. Sara Lipton Social and Behavioral Sciences N-301 sara.lipton@stonybrook.edu

More information

Phil 341: Kierkegaard and Nietzsche. CSUN Spring, 2016 Prof. Robin M. Muller. Office: Sierra Tower 506

Phil 341: Kierkegaard and Nietzsche. CSUN Spring, 2016 Prof. Robin M. Muller. Office: Sierra Tower 506 Phil 341: Kierkegaard and Nietzsche CSUN Spring, 2016 Prof. Robin M. Muller robin.muller@csun.edu Office: Sierra Tower 506 Office Hours: Tuesdays 2:00 3:30 and Wednesdays by appointment I. Course Description

More information

REQUIRED BOOKS NOTE: EVERYONE MUST USE THESE TRANSLATIONS GENERAL INFORMATION

REQUIRED BOOKS NOTE: EVERYONE MUST USE THESE TRANSLATIONS GENERAL INFORMATION Please note that this syllabus should be regarded as only a general guide to the course. The instructor may have changed specific course content and requirements subsequent to posting this syllabus. Last

More information

Course Objectives: Upon successful completion of this course, students will have demonstrated

Course Objectives: Upon successful completion of this course, students will have demonstrated Donald L. Hatcher 843-7358 or ext. 8486 PH115: Introduction to Philosophy Office Hours: 1:30-2:30 MWF 3:30-4:30 MTWR Description: This is an introductory course in philosophy. The

More information

1200 Academy St. Kalamazoo, MI 49006

1200 Academy St. Kalamazoo, MI 49006 1 of 5 12/29/2011 8:25 PM 1200 Academy St. Kalamazoo, MI 49006 PROFESSOR: Chris Latiolais, Chair Philosophy Department Kalamazoo College Humphrey House #202 Telephone # 337-7076 latiolai@kzoo.edu Offices

More information

Mystics, Shamans, and Extraordinary Religious Experiences

Mystics, Shamans, and Extraordinary Religious Experiences RELG 101-001 Exploring Religion Mystics, Shamans, and Extraordinary Religious Experiences Fall 2015 class location: Sloan 112 Tuesday and Thursday 10:05-11:20PM Professor Elon Goldstein Email: elongoldstein@sc.edu

More information

THE GALILEO AFFAIR. DH2930, sec. 2159: (Un)Common Read (Fall 2018) T Period 10 (5:10PM 6:00PM), Hume 119. Library West (third floor) Office Hours

THE GALILEO AFFAIR. DH2930, sec. 2159: (Un)Common Read (Fall 2018) T Period 10 (5:10PM 6:00PM), Hume 119. Library West (third floor) Office Hours (un)common reads DH2930, sec. 2159: (Un)Common Read (Fall 2018) T Period 10 (5:10PM 6:00PM), Hume 119 THE GALILEO AFFAIR Instructor Office Office Hours Email Sara Agnelli Library West (third floor) TBA

More information

CH Winter 2016 Christianity in History

CH Winter 2016 Christianity in History CH 501-1 Winter Christianity in History 3 credits Prerequisite(s): N/A Class Information Instructor Information First day of classes: Days: Thursday Instructor: David Ney Last day to add/ drop/change to

More information

Ministry 6301: Introduction to Christian Ministry Austin Graduate School of Theology Fall Syllabus

Ministry 6301: Introduction to Christian Ministry Austin Graduate School of Theology Fall Syllabus Ministry 6301: Introduction to Christian Ministry Austin Graduate School of Theology Fall 2017 Syllabus Instructor: Dr. Stan Reid reid@austingrad.edu Office #113 Available by appointment 512-476-2772 x113

More information

POT 2002: Introduction to Political Theory

POT 2002: Introduction to Political Theory POT 2002: Introduction to Political Theory Fall 2015 Instructor: Chris Manick Section: 1041 cmanick@ufl.edu Meeting times: MWF 8 (3:00-3:50) Office: 317 Anderson Classroom: 2319 Turlington Office hours:

More information

REL 206: GRECO-ROMAN RELIGIONS. Fall 2013 Tuesday and Thursday 5:00-6:20pm Crouse Hinds Hall 101 Syracuse University

REL 206: GRECO-ROMAN RELIGIONS. Fall 2013 Tuesday and Thursday 5:00-6:20pm Crouse Hinds Hall 101 Syracuse University REL 206: GRECO-ROMAN RELIGIONS Fall 2013 Tuesday and Thursday 5:00-6:20pm Crouse Hinds Hall 101 Syracuse University Professor Virginia Burrus (mvburrus@syr.edu) Office hours: Tuesdays 3:30-4:30, Thursdays

More information

Syllabus Religion 121: Book of Mormon (1 Nephi - Alma 29) Instructor: Julie B. Lundin

Syllabus Religion 121: Book of Mormon (1 Nephi - Alma 29) Instructor: Julie B. Lundin Syllabus Religion 121: Book of Mormon (1 Nephi - Alma 29) Instructor: Julie B. Lundin Phone: (208)709-7634 Email: lundinj@go.byuh.edu Office Hours: By appointment or after class (I would love to meet with

More information

Meeting Times Course Description Learning Goals Goal 2: Objective B. Goal 4 Objective A. Course Components:

Meeting Times Course Description Learning Goals Goal 2: Objective B. Goal 4 Objective A. Course Components: PLIT 235: The Sacraments of Healing Syllabus for Spring Quarter 2019 Eugene R. Schlesinger, Ph.D. Office: Kenna 307 Email: eschlesinger@scu.edu Phone: 408-441-7153 Office Hours: TBD Meeting Times Tuesday

More information

Philosophy 101: Introduction to Philosophy Section 4152 Online Course El Camino College Spring, 2017

Philosophy 101: Introduction to Philosophy Section 4152 Online Course El Camino College Spring, 2017 Philosophy 101: Introduction to Philosophy Section 4152 Online Course El Camino College Spring, 2017 Instructor: Dr. Felipe Leon Phone: (310) 660-3593 ext.5742 Email: fleon@elcamino.edu Office: SOCS 108

More information