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PHILOSOPHY

PHIL-485 Selected Topics in Philosophy (3)

Course Level: Undergraduate

Topics vary by section, may be repeated for credit with different topic. Rotating topics including medical ethics, philosophy of language, advanced philosophical argumentation, philosophy of reason and passion, bio-ethics, and post-modernism. Usually meets with PHIL-685. Usually offered every term. Prerequisite: PHIL-105 or permission of instructor.

PHIL-485 001
Term: SPRING 2016
Course Level: Undergraduate
Section Title: Derrida and Buddhism
Derridean deconstruction is arguably one of the most influential continental philosophies of the late 20th century. The class examines major works by Jacques Derrida, compares Derridean deconstruction with Buddhist philosophy, and considers the influence of the deconstructive mode of thinking in our understanding of identity, ethics and politics. Meets with PHIL-685 001.
PHIL-485 C01
Term: SUMMER 2016
Course Level: Undergraduate
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PHIL-485 001
Term: FALL 2016
Course Level: Undergraduate
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PHIL-485 002
Term: FALL 2016
Course Level: Undergraduate
Section Title: