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Fall 2003 Course Schedule- Philosophy

Day Division- Semester

* PHL-101-S01 Critical Thinking 3 8:25AM-9:40AM TTH MART B10 T. Jovanovski
Core Academic Skill: Writing
Core Academic Skill: Problem Solving

!* PHL-101-S02 Philosophy of Human Nature 3 9:20AM-10:10AM MWF MART B10 K. Coble
Core Academic Skill: Ethical Impact
Core Academic Skill: Problem Solving
Students will have the option of applying German language skills. In addition to the opportunity for reading and discussion of German Texts, students who choose this option will also complete one assignment in German in place of completing one regular assignment.

!* PHL-101-S03 Critical Thinking 3 9:55AM-11:10AM TTH MART B10 T. Jovanovski
Core Academic Skill: Writing
Core Academic Skill: Problem Solving

!* PHL-101-S04 Ethics 3 10:40AM-11:30AM MWF MART B9 L. Canis
Core Academic Skill: Ethical Impact
Core Academic Skill: Problem Solving

!* PHL-101-S05 Philosophy of Human Nature 3 10:40AM-11:30AM MWF MART B10 K. Coble
Core Academic Skill: Ethical Impact
Core Academic Skill: Problem Solving
Students will have the option of applying German language skills. In addition to the opportunity for reading and discussion of German texts, students who choose this option will also complete one assignment in German in place of completing one regular assignment.

!* PHL-101-S06 Ethics 3 1:20PM-2:10PM MWF MART B9 L. Canis
Core Academic Skill: Ethical Impact
Core Academic Skill: Problem Solving

!* PHL-203-S01 Problems of Philosophy 3 12:00PM-12:50PM MWF MART B10 T. Jovanovski
Core Academic Skill: Writing
Core Academic Skill: Problem Solving

!* PHL-205-S01 Ethics & Leadership 3 9:20AM-10:10AM MWF MART B9 L. Canis
Core Academic Skill: Ethical Impact
Core Academic Skill: Problem Solving
A study of how moral values and assumptions shape the concept and practice of leadership. Examines the role of values in determining the moral obligations of leaders and followers in shaping moral environments. May be taken for Philosophy core credit in Cultural Heritage, or for credit in the Brain Leadership Studies minor but not both. **This does not have any prerequisites in Philosophy. (See LDR 301.S01)

! PHL-372-S01 Great Philosophers: Kant 4 1:20PM-2:25PM MWF MART B10 K. Coble
Core Academic Skill: Ethical Impact
Core Academic Skill: Problem Solving
Preq: PHL 101 or consent of instructor This course will serve as an introduction to the revolutionary insights of Immanuel Kant, arguably the greatest philosopher of the modern world. Students will explore Kantís enormously influential theories of knowledge, space and time, reality, freedom, and morals. Selections from a variety of Kantís writings will be discussed. Some of the Kantian legacy will also be examined.

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