Philosophy • Courses Currently Offered


 Philosophy Courses Currently Offered



 Spring, 2014:

 On Campus:

Introduction to Philosophy (Phil 1301). For more information about Phil. 1301, and for a link to a recent Syllabus, click here. The textbook is Dr. Soccio's Archetypes of Wisdom. There will be two sections of the course offered. Class times will be 12:00 PM to 1:15 PM on Mondays and Wednesdays and from 12:30 PM to 1:50 PM Tuesdays and Thursdays. The classroom will be Room 208 MHAB. Mr. Liggett is teaching this class.

Ethics (Phil 2306). For more information about Phil. 2306, and for a link to a recent Syllabus, click here. The textbook is Dr. MacKinnon's Ethics, Theory and Contemporary Issues. Class time will be 11:00 AM to 12:20 PM Tuesdays and Thursdays. The classroom will be Room 208 MHAB. Mr. Liggett is teaching this class.

Online:

Introduction to Philosophy (Phil 1301). Dr Koyles will be teaching this course. The textbook is Dr. Soccio's Archetypes of Wisdom.

Ethics (Phil 2306). Dr Koyles will be teaching this course.


Summer I, 2014:

On Campus:

Introduction to Philosophy (Phil 1301). For more information about Phil. 1301, and for a link to a recent Syllabus, click here. The textbook is Dr. Soccio's Archetypes of Wisdom. There will be two sections of the course offered. Class times will be 10:20 AM to 12:20 PM Mondays through Thursdays. The classroom will be Room 208 MHAB. Mr. Liggett is teaching this class.

Online:

Introduction to Philosophy (Phil 1301). Dr Koyles will be teaching this course. The textbook is Dr. Soccio's Archetypes of Wisdom.

Ethics (Phil 2306). Dr Koyles will be teaching this course.

Summer II, 2014:

Online:

Introduction to Philosophy (Phil 1301). Dr Koyles will be teaching this course. The textbook is Dr. Soccio's Archetypes of Wisdom.


 

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Philosophy courses are surveys of humanity’s attempt to answer the questions of where do we come from, how we should live, and where we are going. They also help develop rational thought and critical thinking.

Contact:
James Liggett
jliggett@midland.edu