PHIL-241
Bioethics
OPEN
001
 
03.00
Liebow,N  
 
 
TTH     01:00PM 04:10PM  TBA  TBA    07/03/17 08/10/17
 
PHIL-390
Ind Reading Course in Philos
Permission: instructor and department chair.
CLOSED
001
Summer Research and Novel 
01.00-06.00
Bassiri,C  
 
 
 
PHIL-485
Selected Topics in Philosophy
Prerequisite: PHIL-105.
CANCELLED
002
Philosophy and Hip Hop 
03.00
Mensah,S  
 
 
MTWTH   01:00PM 04:10PM  TBA  TBA    CANCELLED
 
Philosophy and Hip Hop (3) This course examines the connections between the field of philosophy and hip-hop, not merely as a genre of music but as a reflection on the lived experience of Black and/or urban life. In so doing, the course traces notions of racism, misogyny and citizenship through an analysis of hip-hop lyrics, music videos, and movies. Meets with PHIL-685 002.
(Meets with PHIL 685 002)
OPEN
003
The Philosophy of Time 
03.00
Bassiri,C  
 
 
TTH     05:30PM 08:40PM  TBA  TBA    05/22/17 06/29/17
 
The Philosophy of Time (3) This course is an intensive engagement with the phenomenology of time with an emphasis on the manner it was developed in the work of Edmund Husserl. Meets with PHIL-685 003.
(Meets with PHIL 685 003)
PHIL-490
Ind Study Project in Philos
Permission: instructor and department chair.
CLOSED
001
Latin American Philosophy 
01.00-06.00
Oliver,A  
 
 
 
PHIL-685
Selected Topics in Philosophy
CANCELLED
002
Philosophy and Hip Hop 
03.00
Mensah,S  
 
 
MTWTH   01:00PM 04:10PM  TBA  TBA    CANCELLED
 
Philosophy and Hip Hop (3) This course examines the connections between the field of philosophy and hip-hop, not merely as a genre of music but as a reflection on the lived experience of Black and/or urban life. In so doing, the course traces notions of racism, misogyny and citizenship through an analysis of hip-hop lyrics, music videos, and movies. Meets with PHIL-485 002.
(Meets with PHIL 485 002)
OPEN
003
The Philosophy of Time 
03.00
Bassiri,C  
 
 
TTH     05:30PM 08:40PM  TBA  TBA    05/22/17 06/29/17
 
The Philosophy of Time (3) This course is an intensive engagement with the phenomenology of time with an emphasis on the manner it was developed in the work of Edmund Husserl. Meets with PHIL-485 003.
(Meets with PHIL 485 003)