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Philosophy Courses

Course Code
Course Name
Semester
LEVEL I
PH10A
(PHIL1001)
Introduction to Logic
II
PH10B
(PHIL1002)
Ethics and Applied Ethics
I & II
PH10C
(PHIL1003)
Introduction to Philosophy
I & II
PH10F
(PHIL1006)
The Meaning of Life and Existence
I
GT11B*** Introduction to Political Philosophy
T14D*** History of Western Philosophy I
 
T14D
History of Western Philosophy I 
 
T14E***
History of Western Philosophy II 
 
LEVEL II
PH20A
(PHIL2001)
Paradox and Analysis
(Not offered in 2006/2007)
I
PH20B
(PHIL2002)
Theory of Knowledge
II
PH20C
(PHIL2003)
Philosophy of Mind
I
PH20D
(PHIL2004)
Philosophy of Science
I
PH20E
(PHIL2005)
Philosophy of Language
I

PH20F
(PHIL2006)

Metaphysics
II
PH26A
(PHIL2601)
African Philosophy I
I
PH26B
(PHIL2602)
African Philosphy II
II
PH27A
(PHIL2701)
Philosophy in Literature
I
PH27B
(PHIL2702)
Introduction to Philosophy of Art
II
PH29B
(PHIL2902)
Modern Philosophy
II
ED20L** Philosophy, Human Nature and Educational Theory
ED20Q Understanding and Curriculum
 
GT21B Theories of the State
 
GT27B Issues in Marxism
 
T24A
Philosophy of Religion 
 
T24D
Hermeneutic Philosophy 
 
LEVEL III

PH36A
(PHIL3601)

Recent Philosophy I
I
PH36B
(PHIL3602)
Recent Philosophy II
II
PH300
(PHIL3099)
Research in Philosophy
Year long
PH30L
(PHIL3012)
Philosophy of Law
I
PH30R
(PHIL3018)
Philosophy of Religion
II
PH30F
(PHIL3006)
American Philosophy
II
Graduate PH60A/PHIL6001
Advanced History of Philosophy
I
PH60B/PHIL6002
Advanced Epistemology
I
Advanced Metaphisics
II
PH60D/PHIL6004
Advanced African Philosophy
II
PH60E/PHIL6005
Advanced Value Theory
II
PH60F /PHIL6006
Advanced Political Philosophy
I
PH650/PHIL6599
Research Paper
Year long
ED30K** Moral and Political Issues in Educational Policy
 
 

Please note that the changes are a result of Dr. E. McKenzie’s early retirement, though he will be teaching and supervising students Part-time in the new Session. Also, in the light of large numbers in PH10B and PH10C, it is suggested they are offered year round. Finally, Professors Lewis R. Gordon (of Temple University) and Patrick Goodin (of Howard University) have volunteered to teach Graduate Courses for us gratis, on condition we provide accommodation, while Professor Charles Peterson is on Sabbatical and would wish to spend part of it in the Department teaching and researching. These names are asterisked.

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T14D, T14E or GT11B must be taken to satisfy the Level I requirements. T14D and T14 E are Theology courses and GT11B is a Government course.

**

ED20L, ED30K and ED20Q are courses in the School of Education

 

 

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