Seminar in Philosophy (PHIL 490) topics

April 15, 2019

Current Topic (Fall 2019): Vagueness, taught by Eugene Mills
Upcoming Topic (Spring 2020): The Ethics of Belief, taught by James Fritz


Past topics:

Spring 2019: Ancient Greek Ethics, taught by Andrew Alwood
Fall 2018: Theories of Goodness, taught by Miles Tucker
Spring 2018: Philosophy and the Law, taught by Anthony Ellis
Fall 2017: Belief, Confidence & Doubt, taught by Andrew Moon
Spring 2017: The Nature of Persons, taught by Catherine Sutton
Fall 2016: Paradoxes, taught by Donald Smith
Spring 2016: Vagueness, taught by Eugene Mills
Fall 2015: The Nature of Persons, taught by Catherine Sutton
Spring 2015: Religious Epistemology, taught by Anthony Bolos
Fall 2014: Disagreement, taught by Donald Smith
Spring 2014: The Philosophy of Time, taught by Lisa Leininger
Fall 2013: The Ontology of Persons, taught by Eugene Mills
Spring 2013: Semantics of Natural Language, taught by Kensuke Akiba
Fall 2012: The Language of Ethics, taught by Andrew Alwood
Spring 2012: What We Owe Each Other, taught by Mikhail Valdman
Fall 2011: Semantics and Natural Language, taught by Kensuke Akiba