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  • Recently Offered Courses

    The following is a list of some of the graduate philosophy courses offered during the last two years. Summer offerings typically include two or three graduate courses. For further information about course offerings see Living Philosophers in Dialogue. 

    • PHL 835: The Thought of Robert Sokolowski
    • PHL 845: Texts of MacIntyre
    • PHL 815: Intersubjectivity
    • PHL 815: Personal embodiment
    • PHL 815 Person and Subjectivity
    • PHL 845 Contemporary Virtue Ethics
    • PHL 710 Texts of St. Anselm
    • PHL 825 The Metaphysics of Good and Evil
    • PHL 710 Texts of Boethius
    • PHL 835 Emotion and Judgment
    • PHL 855 Aristotle’s Syllogistic Logic
    • PHL 710 Texts of Aristotle
    • PHL 815 Person and Freedom
    • PHL 825 The Several Senses of Being
    • PHL 720 Texts of Max Scheler
    • PHL 632 Philosophy of Language
    • PHL 735 Analytic Philosophy
    • PHL 710 Texts of Duns Scotus
    • PHL 845 Morality and Religion
    • PHL 720 Texts of von Hildebrand
    • PHL 611 Aesthetics
    • PHL 735 Neo-Platonism and Its Legacy
    • PHL 845 The Problem of the Synthetic Apriori
    • PHL 710 Texts of St. Augustine
    • PHL 815 Person and Social Reality
    • PHL 735 Phenomenology
    • PHL 720 Texts of Edith Stein
    • PHL 845 Divine Omniscience and Free Will
    • PHL 735 Nietzche and the Greeks
    • PHL 710 Texts of Pseudo-Dionysius
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