Related Courses 2017-2018

The following courses offered in other departments, while not cross-listed with Philosophy, may be of interest to philosophy students:

  • ANTH 224: Culture and Morality. (Les Beldo, Spring 2018)
  • ARTH 541: Aesthetics After Evolutionary Biology: Darwin, Nietzsche, Freud.  (Emmelyn Butterfield-Rosen, Fall 2017)
  • ENGL 138: What is a Self? Investigations in Literature, Philosophy, and Psychology. (Bernie Rhie, Fall 2017 and Spring 2018)
  • ENGL 324: Friendship. (Heather Love, Spring 2018)
  • ENGL 440: Wittgenstein and Literary Studies. (Bernie Rhie, Spring 2018)
  • HIST 331: European Intellectual History from Aquinas to Kant. (Alexander Bevilacqua, Spring 2018)
  • HIST 301: Approaching the Past: Writing History. (John Demos, Spring 2018)
  • PSCI 203: Introduction to Political Theory (Laura Ephraim, Nimu Njoya; Fall 2017 and Spring 2018)
  • PSCI 312T: American Political Thought (Justin Crowe, Spring 2018)
  • PSCI 339T: Politics in Dark Times: Hannah Arendt (Laura Ephraim, Spring 2018)
  • REL 244: Mind and Persons in Indian Thought (Georges Dreyfus, Fall 2017)
  • REL 250: Scholars, Saints and Immortals: Virtue Ethics in East Asia (Jason Josephson Storm, Fall 2017)
  • REL 255: Buddhism: Ideas and Practices (Georges Dreyfus, Fall 2017)
  • REL 257: Tibetan Buddhism: Embodying Wisdom And Compassion (Georges Dreyfus, Spring 2018)
  • REL 348: Religion and Reason (Zaid Adhami, Spring 2018)
  • REL 354: Friedrich Nietzsche: Philosophizing with a Hammer” (Jason Josephson Storm, Spring 2018)
  • RUSS 222: Russian Literature and European Existentialism. (Vladimir Ivantsov, Spring 2018)