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Academic Year

(2009-2010) (2010-2011) (2011-2012) (2012-2013)

 

2013-2014 

Fall 2013 Seminars


 Aquinas' Virtue Theory
W
2:30-5
Stump

 Hegel

TR
12:45-2:00
Bohman

 Kant's Moral Theory

TR
9:30-12:45
Charron
 
Science, Values, Policy

T
3:45-6:15
Rehg/Staley
 
Metaphysics of Mind: Ockham and Aquinas

M
5:30-8:00 
Brower-Toland


 Skepticism

R
6-8:30
 
Greco

 Aristotle's Ethics

TR
2:15-3:30
 
Beabout

 Latin Paleography

F
2:10-4:40
 
Marler

2012-2013 

Spring 2013 Seminars


 Descartes

T
8:30-11:00am
Ragland

 Republican Epistemology

TR
12:45-2:00
Bohman

 Thomistic Personalism

TR
2:15-3:30
Beabout

 Plato's Moral Theory

T
6:00-8:30
Terzis

 Analytic Theology

W
2:30-5
 
Brower-Toland/
Jacobs

 Religious Epistemology

R
6-8:30
 
Greco

 

Fall 2012 Seminars


 Aristotle's De Anima
 

MF
9-11,
W 5-9
Shields

 Kant's First Critique

TR
9:30-10:45
Charron

 Theories of Justice

W
12:45-2:00
Bohman

 Well-being


w 1:00-3:30pm Haybron

 Advanced Logic

TR
11-12:15
PiuS 505
 
Salerno
Virtue Epistemology R
6-8:30
Greco

 


2011-2012

                             (For brief description of individual graduate seminars go here.)

Spring 2012 Seminars


  Aquinas on Seven Capital vices

M 2:30-5:00 McCluskey

Recent Republicanism

R
12:45-2:00
Bohman

  Varieties of Scientific Realism

W
11:00-1:30
Staley

  Hume & Reid


R 6:00-8:30pm Greco

  Aristotle's Metaphysics

TBA
Buddensiek

  Advanced Ethics

M
11:00-1:30
Foreman

  Visual Perception

T
2:30-5:00
Terzis

  Mindreading, Social Cognition, and Intersubjectivity

W
2:30-5:00
Stump

 

Fall 2011 Seminars

TR 12:45-2:00 Bohman
TR
2:15-3:30
Beabout
  Problems in Philosophy of Religion
W
2:30-5:00
Stump
M
12:00-2:30pm
Berman
F
10:00-12:30pm
Bird
R
6:00-8:30pm
Greco
  Latin Paleography
F
2:10-4:40pm
Marler
  Kant's Second Critique
TR
9:30-10:45pm
Charron

 



2010-2011

Spring 2011 Seminars

  Hegel and Marx TR 12:45-2:00 Bohman
  Augustine: City of God M
11:30-2:00
Marler
  Problems in Philosophy of Religion: Avicenna & Aquinas W
2:30-5:00
Stump
  Consequentialism
W
11:00-1:30pm
Foreman
  Causal Powers in Contemporary Metaphysics F
10 - 12:30pm
Jacobs
  Mind and Agency R
6:30-9:00pm
Greco


Fall 2010 Seminars

  Kant's First Critique TR 2:15-3:30 Charron
  Boethius and Aquinas: Trinity, Incarnation, Transcendentals,   and Faith and Atonement W 2:30-5:00 Stump
  Plato and Contemporary Metaphysics M 12:00-2:30 Berman
  Advanced Epistemology R 6:00-9:30pm Greco
  Objectivity of Social Goodness: Common Good TR 12:45 - 2:00pm Bohman/Rehg
  Knowledge and Action W-6-8:30 and R-3:30-6 Hawthorne

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2009-2010

 

Spring 2010 Seminars

  Scientific Evidence TR 2:15-3:30 Staley
  Aristotle & Contempory Metaphysics M 12:00-2:30 Berman
  Theories of Consciousness in Medieval Philosophy W 10:00-12:30 Brower-Toland
  Feminism & The History of Ethics R 6:00-8:30 McCluskey
  Theories of Justice R 9:30-12:00 Bohman/Haybron
  Beauty as the Road to God W 2:30-5:00 Stump
  Hume and Reid R 6:00-9:30 Greco


Fall 2009 Seminars

  Critical Theory on Religion: Critique and Assent --- Lutz-Bachmann
  Kierkegaard and MacIntyre on Virtue MW 11:00-12:15 Beabout
  Neo-Pragamtism: Pierce and Dewey to Habermas TR 12:45-2:00 Bohman
  Knowledge and Context R 6:00-8:30 Greco
  Feminist Theory T 3:00-5:30 McCluskey
  Plato's Ethics T W 2:30-5:00 Terzis
  Free Will in Modern Philosophy TR 2:30-3:45 Ragland
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