Schedule of Classes




2022 Fall: August 17 - December 13

Course Class No. Section Start & End Date Day Time Status Location
PHIL 100 Introduction to Philosophy (3)
An introduction to the literature, problems, and methods of philosophy. The goal is to identify and consider central, recurring problems of philosophy. Emphasis is on developing awareness of the significance of philosophical problems and learning to offer rationally justifiable solutions. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: HUMN 125 or PHIL 100.
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80567 6980 21 Sep 2022-15 Nov 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Jeffery, Andrew V Syllabus Course Materials
PHIL 100 Introduction to Philosophy (3)
An introduction to the literature, problems, and methods of philosophy. The goal is to identify and consider central, recurring problems of philosophy. Emphasis is on developing awareness of the significance of philosophical problems and learning to offer rationally justifiable solutions. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: HUMN 125 or PHIL 100.
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80790 6981 21 Sep 2022-15 Nov 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Scott, Dean R Syllabus Course Materials
PHIL 100 Introduction to Philosophy (3)
An introduction to the literature, problems, and methods of philosophy. The goal is to identify and consider central, recurring problems of philosophy. Emphasis is on developing awareness of the significance of philosophical problems and learning to offer rationally justifiable solutions. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: HUMN 125 or PHIL 100.
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81053 6380 17 Aug 2022-11 Oct 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Batchelder, Geoffrey M Syllabus Course Materials
PHIL 100 Introduction to Philosophy (3)
An introduction to the literature, problems, and methods of philosophy. The goal is to identify and consider central, recurring problems of philosophy. Emphasis is on developing awareness of the significance of philosophical problems and learning to offer rationally justifiable solutions. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: HUMN 125 or PHIL 100.
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81442 6381 17 Aug 2022-11 Oct 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Tomasi, Alessandro Syllabus Course Materials
PHIL 100 Introduction to Philosophy (3)
An introduction to the literature, problems, and methods of philosophy. The goal is to identify and consider central, recurring problems of philosophy. Emphasis is on developing awareness of the significance of philosophical problems and learning to offer rationally justifiable solutions. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: HUMN 125 or PHIL 100.
Start date has passed. Please register for the next start date.
81860 6382 17 Aug 2022-11 Oct 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Bourget-Tactuk, Jose Syllabus Course Materials
PHIL 100 Introduction to Philosophy (3)
An introduction to the literature, problems, and methods of philosophy. The goal is to identify and consider central, recurring problems of philosophy. Emphasis is on developing awareness of the significance of philosophical problems and learning to offer rationally justifiable solutions. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: HUMN 125 or PHIL 100.
83286 7380 19 Oct 2022-13 Dec 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Bourget-Tactuk, Jose Syllabus Course Materials
PHIL 100 Introduction to Philosophy (3)
An introduction to the literature, problems, and methods of philosophy. The goal is to identify and consider central, recurring problems of philosophy. Emphasis is on developing awareness of the significance of philosophical problems and learning to offer rationally justifiable solutions. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: HUMN 125 or PHIL 100.
83609 7381 19 Oct 2022-13 Dec 2022 Closed Online
Faculty: Cohen, Mark N Syllabus Course Materials
PHIL 100 Introduction to Philosophy (3)
An introduction to the literature, problems, and methods of philosophy. The goal is to identify and consider central, recurring problems of philosophy. Emphasis is on developing awareness of the significance of philosophical problems and learning to offer rationally justifiable solutions. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: HUMN 125 or PHIL 100.
83610 7382 19 Oct 2022-13 Dec 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Levine, Michael P Syllabus Course Materials
PHIL 100 Introduction to Philosophy (3)
An introduction to the literature, problems, and methods of philosophy. The goal is to identify and consider central, recurring problems of philosophy. Emphasis is on developing awareness of the significance of philosophical problems and learning to offer rationally justifiable solutions. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: HUMN 125 or PHIL 100.
85078 7620 17 Aug 2022-11 Oct 2022 W 6:30P-9:30P Open Dorsey Station (Hybrid)
Faculty: Shitta-Bey, Olanrewaju A Bldg/Room: Dorsey Station 2138 Syllabus Course Materials
PHIL 110 Practical Reasoning (3)
An examination of methods for thinking analytically about real-world problems and solving them. The goal is to apply logical arguments to practical decision making. Topics include inductive and deductive reasoning; the properties of arguments; methods of logical analysis; synthesis of ideas; informal fallacies; and the role of presuppositions and other factors in scientific, social, ethical, and political problems.
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81391 6380 17 Aug 2022-11 Oct 2022 Open Online
Faculty: McDermitt, Samantha M Syllabus Course Materials
PHIL 110 Practical Reasoning (3)
An examination of methods for thinking analytically about real-world problems and solving them. The goal is to apply logical arguments to practical decision making. Topics include inductive and deductive reasoning; the properties of arguments; methods of logical analysis; synthesis of ideas; informal fallacies; and the role of presuppositions and other factors in scientific, social, ethical, and political problems.
83611 7380 19 Oct 2022-13 Dec 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Horwitz, Noah M Syllabus Course Materials
PHIL 110 Practical Reasoning (3)
An examination of methods for thinking analytically about real-world problems and solving them. The goal is to apply logical arguments to practical decision making. Topics include inductive and deductive reasoning; the properties of arguments; methods of logical analysis; synthesis of ideas; informal fallacies; and the role of presuppositions and other factors in scientific, social, ethical, and political problems.
85121 8060 19 Oct 2022-13 Dec 2022 W 6:00P-9:00P Open Killeen (Hybrid)
Faculty: Davies, Daniel M Syllabus Course Materials
PHIL 140 Introduction to Moral Philosophy and Ethical Reasoning (3)
An introductory exploration of the foundational theories of Eastern and Western moral philosophy and an examination of methods for thinking clearly about ethical issues. The objective is to employ a knowledge of moral theory and the methods of ethical reasoning to address contemporary ethical issues and dilemmas in areas such as business, medicine, information technology, and personal ethics. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: HUMN 300 or PHIL 140.
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80373 6980 21 Sep 2022-15 Nov 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Edwards, Anne M Syllabus Course Materials
PHIL 140 Introduction to Moral Philosophy and Ethical Reasoning (3)
An introductory exploration of the foundational theories of Eastern and Western moral philosophy and an examination of methods for thinking clearly about ethical issues. The objective is to employ a knowledge of moral theory and the methods of ethical reasoning to address contemporary ethical issues and dilemmas in areas such as business, medicine, information technology, and personal ethics. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: HUMN 300 or PHIL 140.
Start date has passed. Please register for the next start date.
80929 6380 17 Aug 2022-11 Oct 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Ferree, William D Syllabus Course Materials
PHIL 140 Introduction to Moral Philosophy and Ethical Reasoning (3)
An introductory exploration of the foundational theories of Eastern and Western moral philosophy and an examination of methods for thinking clearly about ethical issues. The objective is to employ a knowledge of moral theory and the methods of ethical reasoning to address contemporary ethical issues and dilemmas in areas such as business, medicine, information technology, and personal ethics. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: HUMN 300 or PHIL 140.
83612 7380 19 Oct 2022-13 Dec 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Ferree, William D Syllabus Course Materials
PHIL 140 Introduction to Moral Philosophy and Ethical Reasoning (3)
An introductory exploration of the foundational theories of Eastern and Western moral philosophy and an examination of methods for thinking clearly about ethical issues. The objective is to employ a knowledge of moral theory and the methods of ethical reasoning to address contemporary ethical issues and dilemmas in areas such as business, medicine, information technology, and personal ethics. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: HUMN 300 or PHIL 140.
85122 4065 19 Oct 2022-13 Dec 2022 Th 6:30P-9:30P Open College Park (Hybrid)
Faculty: Ingebretsen, Edward J Bldg/Room: Jimenez Foreign Language Hall 0125 Syllabus Course Materials
PHIL 304 Contemporary Social Justice Issues (3)
"An exploration of the political and ethical writings of philosophers who shaped contemporary ideas of social justice and individual rights. The objective is to evaluate political theories and philosophies, defend ethical reasoning on issues of justice, and communicate critical reflections on contemporary social justice issues such as Environmental Justice, Healthcare, Racial Justice, Women¿s Rights, Immigration, and Religious Freedom. Topics include Freedom and the Social Contract, Individual and Human Rights, Distributive and Economic Justice, Gender and Racial Justice, Internationalism and Theories of War."
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81671 6380 17 Aug 2022-11 Oct 2022 Open Online
Faculty: O'Leary, Diane F Syllabus Course Materials
PHIL 304 Contemporary Social Justice Issues (3)
"An exploration of the political and ethical writings of philosophers who shaped contemporary ideas of social justice and individual rights. The objective is to evaluate political theories and philosophies, defend ethical reasoning on issues of justice, and communicate critical reflections on contemporary social justice issues such as Environmental Justice, Healthcare, Racial Justice, Women¿s Rights, Immigration, and Religious Freedom. Topics include Freedom and the Social Contract, Individual and Human Rights, Distributive and Economic Justice, Gender and Racial Justice, Internationalism and Theories of War."
85123 7160 19 Oct 2022-13 Dec 2022 T 6:00P-9:00P Open Myer-Henderson Hall (Hybrid)
Faculty: Japola, Justyna M Syllabus Course Materials
PHIL 336 Ideas Shaping the 21st Century (3)
"Recommended: PHIL 100 or PHIL 110. An exploration of the philosophical arguments concerning the ideas shaping human knowledge in the 21st century. The objective is to evaluate the ideas and arguments that shape human understanding of reality from antiquity to the 21st century, develop critical reflection of these ideas utilizing the tools of analytical philosophy, and communicate the results of philosophical and critical reflection in writing and oral presentation. Topics of study include an introduction to analytical philosophy, the human mind, consciousness, materialism, naturalism, and the limits of scientific realism. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: HUMN 336 or PHIL 336."
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82376 6380 17 Aug 2022-11 Oct 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Hepburn, Winthrop B Syllabus Course Materials
PHIL 336 Ideas Shaping the 21st Century (3)
"Recommended: PHIL 100 or PHIL 110. An exploration of the philosophical arguments concerning the ideas shaping human knowledge in the 21st century. The objective is to evaluate the ideas and arguments that shape human understanding of reality from antiquity to the 21st century, develop critical reflection of these ideas utilizing the tools of analytical philosophy, and communicate the results of philosophical and critical reflection in writing and oral presentation. Topics of study include an introduction to analytical philosophy, the human mind, consciousness, materialism, naturalism, and the limits of scientific realism. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: HUMN 336 or PHIL 336."
83613 7380 19 Oct 2022-13 Dec 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Wood, Mary C Syllabus Course Materials
PHIL 336 Ideas Shaping the 21st Century (3)
"Recommended: PHIL 100 or PHIL 110. An exploration of the philosophical arguments concerning the ideas shaping human knowledge in the 21st century. The objective is to evaluate the ideas and arguments that shape human understanding of reality from antiquity to the 21st century, develop critical reflection of these ideas utilizing the tools of analytical philosophy, and communicate the results of philosophical and critical reflection in writing and oral presentation. Topics of study include an introduction to analytical philosophy, the human mind, consciousness, materialism, naturalism, and the limits of scientific realism. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: HUMN 336 or PHIL 336."
85124 4160 19 Oct 2022-13 Dec 2022 W 6:00P-9:00P Open Joint Base Andrews (Hybrid)
Faculty: Shitta-Bey, Olanrewaju A Syllabus Course Materials
PHIL 348 Religions of the East (3)
An examination of the religions of the East, including Jainism, Sikhism, Hinduism, Buddhism, Chinese religions, and Shinto. The aim is to gain a historical perspective on world events and understand the interrelationships of these religious traditions, historically and doctrinally. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: HUMN 348, HUMN 350, or PHIL 348.
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82375 6380 17 Aug 2022-11 Oct 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Ko, Susan S. Syllabus Course Materials
PHIL 348 Religions of the East (3)
An examination of the religions of the East, including Jainism, Sikhism, Hinduism, Buddhism, Chinese religions, and Shinto. The aim is to gain a historical perspective on world events and understand the interrelationships of these religious traditions, historically and doctrinally. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: HUMN 348, HUMN 350, or PHIL 348.
83615 7380 19 Oct 2022-13 Dec 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Kennick, Victoria Urubshurow Syllabus Course Materials
PHIL 348 Religions of the East (3)
An examination of the religions of the East, including Jainism, Sikhism, Hinduism, Buddhism, Chinese religions, and Shinto. The aim is to gain a historical perspective on world events and understand the interrelationships of these religious traditions, historically and doctrinally. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: HUMN 348, HUMN 350, or PHIL 348.
83616 7381 19 Oct 2022-13 Dec 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Sanderovsky, Naomi S Syllabus Course Materials
PHIL 348 Religions of the East (3)
An examination of the religions of the East, including Jainism, Sikhism, Hinduism, Buddhism, Chinese religions, and Shinto. The aim is to gain a historical perspective on world events and understand the interrelationships of these religious traditions, historically and doctrinally. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: HUMN 348, HUMN 350, or PHIL 348.
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86622 6381 17 Aug 2022-11 Oct 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Simoni-Wastila, Henry W Syllabus Course Materials
PHIL 349 Religions of the West (3)
An examination of the religions of the West, including the Zoroastrian, Judaic, Christian, and Islamic traditions. The aim is to gain a historical perspective on world events and to understand the interrelationships of these religious traditions, both historically and doctrinally. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: HUMN 349, HUMN 350, or PHIL 349.
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81119 6380 17 Aug 2022-11 Oct 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Salyer, Gregory S Syllabus Course Materials
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