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Courses that Satisfy Distribution Requirements 2018-19


TRADITIONS

Each course taken may count once in each category.
One course cannot count for more than one tradition.

Ph.D and MA: 2 courses in each of 4 traditions (Note for those entering in Fall 2009 or thereafter: One of the two courses in each of the traditions will be a pro-seminar — tradition offerings alternate years — taken within the first two years of graduate study)


ANALYTIC (An)

Fall

PHIL 657: Philosophy and Race (Zack)
. PLEASE NOTE: Because students will chose what they want to work on, Philosophy and Race will fulfill graduate distribution requirements of any one tradition (not all)

Winter

PHIL 507: Advanced Logic (Pratt)
PHIL 533: Descartes and Locke (Zack)

Spring

PHIL 645: Human Nature in Bioethics (Morar)


AMERICAN (Am)

Fall

PHIL 563: Addams and Cooper (McKenna)
PHIL 657: Philosophy and Race (Zack)
. PLEASE NOTE: Because students will chose what they want to work on, Philosophy and Race will fulfill graduate distribution requirements of any one tradition (not all)

 

Spring

PHIL 507: Philosophy of Education (Meens)
PHIL 563: Dewey (Johnson)


CONTINENTAL (C)

Fall

PHIL 533: Spinoza (Vallega-Neu)
PHIL 657: Philosophy and Race (Zack)
. PLEASE NOTE: Because students will chose what they want to work on, Philosophy and Race will fulfill graduate distribution requirements of any one tradition (not all)
PHIL 670: Issues in Metaphysics (Warnek)

Winter

PHIL 533: Schelling (Warnek)
PHIL 563: Beauvoir (Mann)
. PLEASE NOTE: Beauvoir will count toward graduate distribution requirements as Continental or as Feminism (not both)
PHIL 607: Hermeneutic of Difference (Vallega)

Spring

PHIL 553: Hegel (Zambrana)
PHIL 615: Genealogy (Koopman)


FEMINISM (F)

Fall

PHIL 507: Critical Epistemology (Russell)
PHIL 657: Philosophy and Race (Zack)
. PLEASE NOTE: Because students will chose what they want to work on, Philosophy and Race will fulfill graduate distribution requirements of any one tradition (not all)

Winter

PHIL 563: Beauvoir (Mann)
. PLEASE NOTE: Beauvoir will count toward graduate distribution requirements as Feminism or as Continental (not both)

Spring

PHIL 563: Kristeva (Stawarska)


CONTINENTAL PRO SEMINAR (CP)

Fall

PHIL 607: Continental Pro-Seminar (Stawarska)

 

FEMINISM PRO SEMINAR (FP)

Winter

PHIL 607: Feminist Pro-Seminar (Mann)

 

HISTORICAL PERIODS

Ph.D: 1 course in each of 4 historical periods
MA: 1 course in each of 3 out of 4 historical periods


ANCIENT AND MEDIEVAL (HA)

Fall

PHIL 657: Philosophy and Race (Zack)
. PLEASE NOTE: Because students will chose what they want to work on, Philosophy and Race will fulfill graduate distribution requirements of any one historical period (not all)
PHIL 670: Issues in Metaphysics (Warnek)

 

MODERN (HM)

Fall

PHIL 533: Spinoza (Vallega-Neu)
PHIL 657: Philosophy and Race (Zack)
. PLEASE NOTE: Because students will chose what they want to work on, Philosophy and Race will fulfill graduate distribution requirements of any one historical period (not all)

Winter

PHIL 533: Descartes and Locke (Zack)

 


19th CENTURY (H19)

Fall

PHIL 563: Addams and Cooper (McKenna)
PHIL 657: Philosophy and Race (Zack)
. PLEASE NOTE: Because students will chose what they want to work on, Philosophy and Race will fulfill graduate distribution requirements of any one historical period (not all)

Winter

PHIL 533: Schelling (Warnek)

Spring

PHIL 553: Hegel (Zambrana)

 

20th CENTURY (H20)

Fall

PHIL 607: Continental Pro-Seminar (Stawarska)
PHIL 657: Philosophy and Race (Zack)
. PLEASE NOTE: Because students will chose what they want to work on, Philosophy and Race will fulfill graduate distribution requirements of any one historical period (not all)

Winter

PHIL 563: Beauvoir (Mann)
PHIL 607: Feminist Pro-Seminar (Mann)
PHIL 607: Hermeneutic of Difference (Vallega)

Spring

PHIL 563: Dewey (Johnson)
PHIL 563: Kristeva (Stawarska)
PHIL 615: Genealogy (Koopman)
PHIL 645: Human Nature in Bioethics (Morar)

 


SUB-DISCIPLINARY FIELDS

Ph.D and MA: 3 courses in each of 3 sub-disciplinary fields (Note for those entering in Fall 2009 or thereafter: Two courses in each of three sub-disciplinary fields, SV, KRI, and M)


SOCIETY AND VALUE (SV)

Fall

PHIL 507: Critical Epistemology (Russell)
. PLEASE NOTE: Critical Epistemology will count toward graduate distribution requirements as SV or as KRI (not both)
PHIL 563: Addams and Cooper (McKenna)
PHIL 657: Philosophy and Race (Zack)
. PLEASE NOTE: Because students will chose what they want to work on, Philosophy and Race will fulfill graduate distribution requirements of any one sub-disciplinary field (not all)

Winter

PHIL 563: Beauvoir (Mann)
PHIL 607: Feminist Pro-Seminar (Mann)
PHIL 607: Hermeneutic of Difference (Vallega)

Spring

PHIL 507: Philosophy of Education (Meens)
PHIL 553: Hegel (Zambrana)
. PLEASE NOTE: Hegel will count toward graduate distribution requirements as SV or as KRI or as M (not all)
PHIL 563: Dewey (Johnson)
PHIL 563: Kristeva (Stawarska)
PHIL 615: Genealogy (Koopman)
. PLEASE NOTE: Genealogy will count toward graduate distribution requirements as SV or as KRI (not both)
PHIL 645: Human Nature in Bioethics (Morar)
. PLEASE NOTE: Bioethics will count toward graduate distribution requirements as SV or as M (not both)


KNOWLEDGE, RATIONALITY, AND INQUIRY (KRI)

Fall

PHIL 507: Critical Epistemology (Russell)
. PLEASE NOTE: Critical Epistemology will count toward graduate distribution requirements as KRI or as SV (not both)
PHIL 657: Philosophy and Race (Zack)
. PLEASE NOTE: Because students will chose what they want to work on, Philosophy and Race will fulfill graduate distribution requirements of any one sub-disciplinary field (not all)
PHIL 670: Issues in Metaphysics (Warnek)
. PLEASE NOTE: Issues in Metaphysics will count toward graduate distribution requirements as KRI or as M (not both)

Winter

PHIL 507: Advanced Logic (Pratt)
PHIL 533: Descartes and Locke (Zack)
. PLEASE NOTE: Critical Epistemology will count toward graduate distribution requirements as KRI or as M (not both)

Spring

PHIL 553: Hegel (Zambrana)
. PLEASE NOTE: Hegel will count toward graduate distribution requirements as KRI or as M or as SV (not all)
PHIL 615: Genealogy (Koopman)
. PLEASE NOTE: Genealogy will count toward graduate distribution requirements as KRI or as SV (not both)


METAPHYSICS (M)

Fall

PHIL 533: Spinoza (Vallega-Neu)
PHIL 657: Philosophy and Race (Zack)
. PLEASE NOTE: Because students will chose what they want to work on, Philosophy and Race will fulfill graduate distribution requirements of any one sub-disciplinary field (not all)
PHIL 670: Issues in Metaphysics (Warnek)
. PLEASE NOTE: Issues in Metaphysics will count toward graduate distribution requirements as M or as KRI (not both)

Winter

PHIL 533: Descartes and Locke (Zack)
. PLEASE NOTE: Critical Epistemology will count toward graduate distribution requirements as M or as KRI (not both)
PHIL 533: Schelling (Warnek)

Spring

PHIL 553: Hegel (Zambrana)
. PLEASE NOTE: Hegel will count toward graduate distribution requirements as M or as SV or as KRI (not all)
PHIL 645: Human Nature in Bioethics (Morar)
. PLEASE NOTE: Bioethics will count toward graduate distribution requirements as M or as SV (not both)


ARNL

Ph.D and MA: For those entering in Fall 2009 or thereafter, one course in one of the four ARNL requirement areas


ASIAN PHILOSOPHY, PHILOSOPHY OF RACE, NATIVE AMERICAN PHILOSOPHY, and LATIN AMERICAN PHILOSOPHY (ARNL)

Fall

PHIL 507: Critical Epistemology (Russell)
PHIL 563: Addams and Cooper (McKenna)
PHIL 657: Philosophy and Race (Zack)

 


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