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Two Year Plan for Philosophy Minor Courses

Fall ‘19

Winter ‘20

Spring ‘20

May ‘20

SSI ‘20

PHIL:

1301- Intro to Philosophy (FLIP)

2301- Intro to Logic

4380 (WIN)- XL with ENGL 4380: Philosophy of Literature:

What is America?

PSCI:

3313 Class & Med Political Phil

PHIL 4310 (WIN)- Great Thinkers: Albert Camus

 

PHIL:

2306- Intro to Ethics (FLIP)

3302- Philosophy of Law (Kimber Palmer)

XL with CRIJ 3302

4388 (WIN)- Existentialism XL with ENGL 4388:

Dramas and Film

PSCI:

 3314 Modern Political Philosophy

PHIL 3304 (WIN)- Contemporary Moral Issues

 

PHIL 1301-

Intro to Philosophy (FLIP)

Fall ‘20

Winter ‘21

Spring ‘21

May ‘21

SSI ‘21

PHIL:

1301- Intro to Philosophy (FLIP)

2301- Intro to Logic

3316 (WIN)- History of Philosophy Ancient to Renaissance:

The Western Utopian Project

PSCI:

3313 Class & Med Political Phil

PHIL 4310 (WIN)- Great Thinkers:

Friedrich Nietzsche

PHIL:

2306- Intro to Ethics (FLIP)

3302- Philosophy of Law (Kimber Palmer) XL with CRIJ 3302

3317 (WIN)- History of Phil. Age of Reason to Contemporary: Dystopia and Apocalypse

PSCI:

 3314 Modern Political Philosophy

PHIL 3321 (WIN)- Philosophy of Religion:

Christian Theology and Atheism

PHIL 2306- Intro to Ethics (FLIP)

maymester 2019

ENGL 4342 -The Bible as Literature

An in-depth literary study of the Bible, with emphasis on the formal features of narrative, hymn, prophecy, apocalypse, gospel, and epistle. Historical, cultural, and archaeological considerations are included. Great for upper level elective credit for non minors/non majors.

Fall 2019

PHIL 4380 (WIN)- XL with ENGL 4380: Philosophy of Literature: What is America?

Formulation and critical analysis of philosophical ideas in selected literary works.  In this case, works from throughout the literary history of the United States will be selected in order to examine the construction of the concept of America, its mythology of the American Dream, and how it has failed to deliver it.  Further, as a Writing Intensive Course, this course will work towards preparing students to write effectively and respectfully about political and cultural topics and themes.