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PHIL 375: Seminar in Advanced Topical Studies

Students participate in intensive discussion of a philosophical topic selected from areas such as philosophy of religion, philosophy of science, philosophy of language, philosophy of logic, aesthetics, social and political philosophy, and feminism, with emphasis on contemporary approaches. May be repeated if topic is different.
Prerequisite: two courses in philosophy, one of which must be either PHIL 235 or PHIL 236 or permission of the department chair.

Linguistic Studies

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...New Testament Greek GREEK 375 Homer and Greek...Sami: Traditions in Transition PHIL 240 Formal Logic...

Management Studies

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...PHIL 252 Ethics and the Good Life PHIL...Optimal Human Experience PSYCH 375 Clinical and Counseling...

Neuroscience

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...II PHIL 231 Philosophy of Mind PHIL 244...ESTH 374 Biomechanics ESTH 375 Physiology of Exercise...

Philosophy

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...Behavior PHIL 373 Seminar in Ethics and Theory of Value Categories for PHIL 375 Seminar...