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2018-2019 Philosophy Course Offerings (Tentative)
PHI 1230A/B Reasoning and Critical Thinking
Bland/Marsh
Fall/Winter
PHI 1250F Right and Wrong Conter Course Outline
PHI 1250G Right and Wrong
Lamoureux
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PHI 1350G Reality and What We Can Know of It
Doyle
Course Outline
PHI 1370B Form, Though, Communication
Conter
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PHI 2074F Business Ethics
Ponesse
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PHI 2076G Sex, Love and Friendship
Epp
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PHI 2200F Ancient Philosophy
Ponesse
Course Outline
PHI 2202F Early Modern Philosophy
Bland
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PHI 2250 Introduction to Logic
Koehn
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PHI 2253A Introduction to Decision Analysis
Koehn
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PHI 2263G Philosophy of Risk
Bland
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PHI 2400F Philosophy of Mind Marsh Course Outline
PHI 2500F Introduction to the Theory of Knowledge
Bland
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PHI 2665G Introduction to Jewish Philosophy
Conter Course Outline
PHI 2700F Introduction to Ethics and Value Theory
D'Arcy
Course Outline
PHI 2760G Civil Disobedience 
D'Arcy
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PHI 2801G Contemporary Political Philosophy
D'Arcy Course Outline
PHI 2812G Cultures, Values & Human Rights
Conter
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PHI 2821F Philosophy of Law
Conter
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PHI 2822G Topics in Philosophy of Law
Lamoureux
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PHI 3003G Plato
Ponesse
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PHI 3007G Topics in Ancient Philosophy MacDonald Course Outline
PHI 3040G Origins of Analytic Philosophy
Doyle
Course Poster
PHI 3501G Epistemology
Bland
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PHI 3710G Metaethics
Koehn
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PHI 3810G Justice Robb Course Outline
PHI 3820F Globalization and Theories of Justice
D'Arcy
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PHI 3840F Case Studies in Business Ethics Lamoureux Course Outline
PHI 3880F Social Ontology (Social Construction of Institutions)
Epp Course Outline
PHI 4851G Philosophy of Law: Free Speech on Campus
Conter Course Description