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Undergraduate


Recitation II

Number

Title (link to subject webpage)

Instructor

Day/Time

Room

24.UR

Undergraduate Research

*See dept.

 

 

24.00
HASS-D
CI-H
final exam

Problems of Philosophy

Hawley

MW 12-1

1-390

 

Recitation I
Recitation II
Recitation III
Recitation IV

 

F 12-1
F 12-1
F 12-1
F 1-2

56-167
56-180
56-169
56-167

24.02
HASS-D
CI-H

What is the Best Way to Live?

Hare

TR 1-2

4-270

 

Recitation I
Recitation II
Recitation III
Recitation IV
Recitation V

 

F 1-2
F 1-2
F 1-2
F 2-3
F 2-3

66-154
66-156
56-180
56-180
66-156

24.03
HASS-D
final exam

Relativism, Reason, and Reality Yablo MW 11-12 1-135
 

Recitation I
Recitation II

 

F 11-12
F 11-12

56-169
56-167

24.119

Minds and Machines

Byrne

MW 10-11

4-231

  Recitation I
Recitation II
  F 10-11
F 10-11
5-232
5-231

24.202
CI-H

Modern Philosophy: Descartes to Kant

Hall

TR 11-12:30

1-134

24.209

Philosophy in Film and Other Media

Singer

M 2-5

5-231

      screenings held in 1-190

24.221
final exam

Metaphysics

Stalnaker

MW 11-12:30

56-167

24.242

Logic II

McGee

TR 9:30-11

36-372

24.251

Intro to Philosophy of Language

Hawley

MW 2:30-4

66-160

24.260 Topics in Philosophy Newman MW 1-2:30 24-112

24.262

Feeling & Imagination in Art, Science, and Technology

Singer

T 2-4

4-251

      3rd hour TBA  

24.293

Special Topics in Philosophy

*See dept.

 

 

 

Graduate

Number

Title (link to subject webpage)

Instructor

Day/Time

Room

24.401

Proseminar II

Byrne,Stalnaker

T 10-1
F 10-1

32-D831
32-D831

24.410 Topics in History of Philosophy Haslanger R 10-1 66-148

24.611J

Political Philosophy

Cohen
Amartya Sen

M 2-4

Emerson Hall, 305
Harvard University

24.711

Topics in Philosophical Logic

McGee

T 2-5

32-D831

24.810

Topics in Philosophy of Science

Hall

M 7-10

32-D831

24.892

Special Graduate Topics in Philosophy:
Classification, Natural Kinds and
Conceptual Change: Race as a Case Study

Haslanger, Maglo

M 11:30-2:30

36-112

24.THG

Graduate Thesis

*See dept.

 

 



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