Philosophy (PHIL)

PHIL 401G   Readings in Philosophy    3 Hours (repeatable max of 6 hrs)

An intensive study of selected philosophic classics or readings in a selected area of philosophy.
Recent Term(s) Offered: spring 2015; fall 2017

PHIL 415G   Advanced Logic    3 Hours

Advanced topics in First Order Logic, through Quantification Theory with Identity, and topics in the Philosophy of Logics. The course will emphasize Computer Assisted Instruction (CAI) and will use the campus VAX network.
Prerequisite(s): Permission of the instructor.
Recent Term(s) Offered: None

PHIL 426G   Philosophy and Old Age    3 Hours

Examination of philosophical themes bearing on old age, such as: meaning, memory, selfhood, autonomy, im/immortality, euthanasia, filial obligation, intergenerational justice, authority, dignity, virtue/vice, beauty.
Recent Term(s) Offered: None

PHIL 427G   Philosophy of Law    3 Hours

A study of theories on the nature and origin of law, basic legal concepts (obligation, right, equality, liberty, justice), legal moralism, church and state, civil disobedience, and other topics.
Prerequisite(s): Graduate student status and one philosophy course or permission of instructor.
Recent Term(s) Offered: None

PHIL 499G   Independent Research in Philosophy    3 Hours (repeatable max of 12 hrs)

Directed study and research in one area of philosophy. The research will culminate in an acceptable thesis.
Recent Term(s) Offered: None