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Courses that Satisfy Distribution Requirements 2013-14

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

Ph.D & 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 614: Issues in Ethics — Naturalizing Virtue (Alfano)

Winter

PHIL 563: Lewis and Quine (Zack)
PLEASE NOTE: Lewis and Quine will count toward graduate distribution requirements as either Analytic or as American (not both)

Spring

PHIL 658: Philosophy of Mind (Johnson)


CONTINENTAL (C)

Fall

PHIL 615: Heidegger (Vallega-Neu)

Winter

PHIL 563: Arendt (Mann)
PHIL 607: Post-Kantian Idealism (Zambrana)
PHIL 615: Deleuze’s Difference and Repetition (Toadvine)

Spring

PHIL 553: Marx (Zambrana)
PHIL 563: Husserl [or Gadamer] (Vallega-Neu)
PHIL 563: Kristeva (TBA)
PHIL 607: Holderlin (Warnek)
PHIL 615: Derrida’s Last Seminar — The Beast and the Sovereign (Vallega)


AMERICAN (Am)

Fall

PHIL 551: Native American Philosophy (Pratt)
PHIL 563: Dewey (Johnson)

Winter

PHIL 563: Lewis and Quine (Zack)
PLEASE NOTE: Lewis and Quine will count toward graduate distribution requirements as either Analytic or as American (not both)

Spring

PHIL 620: American Philosophy — After Metaphysics (Koopman)


FEMINISM (F)

Fall

PHIL 643: Feminist Ethics (Mann)

Spring

PHIL 563: Kristeva (TBA)


CONTINENTAL PRO SEMINAR (CP)

nothing offered this year


FEMINISM PRO SEMINAR (FP)

nothing offered this year

 
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)

Winter

PHIL 521: Aristotle (Warnek)


MODERN (HM)

Fall

PHIL 533: Kant’s 1st Critique (Warnek)

Winter

PHIL 533: Spinoza (Vallega-Neu)


19th CENTURY (H19)

Winter

PHIL 607: Post-Kantian Idealism (Zambrana)

Spring

PHIL 553: Marx (Zambrana)
PHIL 607: Holderlin (Warnek)


20th CENTURY (H20)

Fall

PHIL 563: Dewey (Johnson)
PHIL 607: Analytic Pro-Seminar (Zack)
PHIL 615: Heidegger (Vallega-Neu)

Winter

PHIL 563: Arendt (Mann)
PHIL 563: Lewis and Quine (Zack)
PHIL 615: Deleuze’s Difference and Repetition (Toadvine)

Spring

PHIL 510: Philosophy and The News (Zack)
PHIL 563: Husserl [or Gadamer] (Vallega-Neu)
PHIL 563: Kristeva (TBA)
PHIL 615: Derrida’s Last Seminar — The Beast and the Sovereign (Vallega)
PHIL 620: American Philosophy — After Metaphysics (Koopman)

 

Ph.D & 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: Seminar — Justice, Metaphysics, and Violence, from Bataille and Benjamin to Borges, Julio Cortazar, and Ricardo Piglia (Vallega)
PLEASE NOTE: Justice and Violence will count toward graduate distribution requirements as either SV or as M (not both)
PHIL 614: Issues in Ethics — Naturalizing Virtue (Alfano)
PLEASE NOTE: Naturalizing Virtue will count toward graduate distribution requirements as either SV or as KRI (not both)
PHIL 643: Feminist Ethics (Mann)

Winter

PHIL 507: Seminar — Politics of Information (Koopman)

Spring

PHIL 510: Philosophy and The News (Zack)
PHIL 553: Marx (Zambrana)


KNOWLEDGE, RATIONALITY, AND INQUIRY (KRI)

Fall

PHIL 533: Kant’s 1st Critique (Warnek)
PHIL 607: Analytic Pro-Seminar (Zack)
PHIL 614: Issues in Ethics — Naturalizing Virtue (Alfano)
PLEASE NOTE: Naturalizing Virtue will count toward graduate distribution requirements as either KRI or as SV (not both)

Winter

PHIL 563: Lewis and Quine (Zack)
PHIL 607: Post-Kantian Idealism (Zambrana)
PLEASE NOTE: Post-Kantian Idealism will count toward graduate distribution requirements as either a KRI or as a Metaphysics course (not both)


METAPHYSICS (M)

Fall

PHIL 551: Native American Philosophy (Pratt)
PHIL 615: Heidegger (Vallega-Neu)

Winter

PHIL 607: Post-Kantian Idealism (Zambrana)
PLEASE NOTE: Post-Kantian Idealism will count toward graduate distribution requirements as either a KRI or as a Metaphysics course (not both)
PHIL 615: Deleuze’s Difference and Repetition (Toadvine)

Spring

PHIL 620: American Philosophy Topic TBA (Koopman)
PHIL 658: Philosophy of Mind (Johnson)


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

Fall

PHIL 507: Seminar — Justice, Metaphysics, and Violence, from Bataille and Benjamin to Borges, Julio Cortazar, and Ricardo Piglia (Vallega)
PHIL 551: Native American Philosophy (Pratt)


Content last updated 14 June 2013



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