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Recent Submissions

  • PHI 2170: Ancient & Medieval Philosophy 

    Johnson, David A. (2021-01)
    Goal of the Course: The goal is to become properly familiar with (and with the merits of) certain famous arguments from antiquity and the Middle Ages.
  • PHI 1600: Ethics 

    Johnson, David A. (2021-01)
    Goal of the Course: The goal of this course is for you to become properly familiar with (and with the merits of) certain important concepts, claims, and arguments pertaining to the existence and nature of morality.
  • PHI1100H: Logic 

    Johnson, David A. (2020-09)
    The goal of the course is to achieve mastery of: the first-order predicate calculus with identity.
  • PHI1320: Theories of the Mind 

    Johnson, David A. (2017-01)
  • PHI1011: Intro to Philosophy I 

    Johnson, David A. (2014-09)
    People study philosophy because they want to know the answers to certain important questions such as those mentioned below. Philosophy usually fails in its attempts to answer them, but people keep returning to it because ...