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New Brunswick/Piscataway Undergraduate Catalog 2005-2007 Programs of Study For Liberal Arts Students Programs, Faculty, and Courses Philosophy 730 Major Requirements  

Major Requirements

Students must take a minimum of 11 classroom courses in philosophy, not more than five of which may be at the 100 to 200 level and receive a grade of C or better in each course. No more than one D can be applied toward the major. Among these courses must be the following:

1.One term of logic from among the following:

01:730:201 Introduction to Logic (3)

01:730:315 Applied Symbolic Logic (3)

01:730:407 Intermediate Logic I (3)

01:730:408 Intermediate Logic II (3)

2.One term of ancient or medieval philosophy from among the following:

01:190:322 Greek Political Philosophy (3)

01:190:353 Aristotle (3)

01:730:301 Socrates and Plato (3)

01:730:302 Plato and Aristotle (3)

01:730:304 The Origins of Medieval Philosophy (3)

01:730:305 Philosophy in the High Middle Ages (3)

01:730:306 Between Medieval and Modern

Philosophy (3)

01:730:352 Plato (3)

01:730:401 Plato (3)

01:730:402 Aristotle (3)

3.One term of modern philosophy from among the following:

01:730:307 Descartes, Locke, and the 17th Century (3)

01:730:308 Hume, Kant, and the 18th Century (3)

01:730:404 Spinoza (3)

01:730:405 Kant (3)

01:730:406 Nineteenth-Century Philosophy (3)

4.One term of advanced ethics or political philosophy from among the following:

01:730:330 The Ethics of War (3)

01:730:340 History of Ethics (3)

01:730:341 Ethics through History (3)

01:730:342 Social and Political Philosophy through History (3)

01:730:380 Ethics and Practical Reasoning (3)

01:730:441 Ethical Theory (3)

01:730:445 Social and Political Philosophy (3)

01:730:450 Topics in Moral and Political Philosophy (3)

01:730:459 Advanced Seminar in Ethics (3)

5.Two courses from among the following, at least one of which must be at the 400 level:

01:730:210 Philosophy of Language (3)

01:730:220 Introduction to the Theory of Knowledge (3)

01:730:225 Introduction to the Philosophy of Science (3)

01:730:328 Philosophy of Psychology (3)

01:730:360 Philosophical Aspects of

Cognitive Science (3)

01:730:412 Epistemology (3)

01:730:415 Metaphysics (3)

01:730:418 Philosophy of Mind (3)

01:730:419 Philosophy of Perception (3)

01:730:420 Philosophy of Language (3)

01:730:421 Semantics of Language (3)

01:730:425 Philosophy of Science (3)

01:730:426 Philosophy of Physics (3)

01:730:427 Philosophy of Social Sciences (3)

01:730:428 Topics in the Philosophy of Psychology (3)

A student may petition the department to substitute other courses for those on this list to satisfy any of the above requirements.


 
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