School of Graduate Studies

School of Graduate Studies
School of Graduate Studies

Philosophy

The graduate courses offered, and the content of those courses, vary from year to year according to interests of members of the Department and students. A list of the expected offerings and detailed course descriptions is available from the Department. Students should consult or write the Coordinator of Graduate Studies with respect to courses offered.

Courses denoted with an asterisk (*) are three term hours (3.0 credit units).

PHIL-802*     Moral Philosophy I     
Winter. C. Sypnowich.

PHIL-803*     Moral Philosophy II     

PHIL-805*     Social and Political Philosophy I     
Fall. W. Kymlicka

PHIL-806*     Social and Political Philosophy II     
Winter. A. Macleod

PHIL-807*     Social and Political Philosophy III     
Fall. D. Miller

PHIL-808*     Philosophy of Law     

PHIL-809*     Colloquium in Political, Legal and Moral Philosophy     
This course examines new work in political, legal and moral philosophy or at the interstice of these three. One 3-hour seminar. Fall. J. Thomas, G. Webber

PHIL 810*     Topics in the History of Philosophy     3s
An in-depth of examination of a central figure or topic in the history of Philosophy. Particular topic in any year will be determined by the instructor. Fall; R. Murty.

PHIL-812*     Philosophy of Culture

PHIL-820*     Ethical Issues I

PHIL-821*     Ethical Issues II

PHIL-831*     Ancient Philosophy I     
Winter. S. Leighton

PHIL-832*     Ancient Philosophy II

PHIL-835*     Modern Philosophy

PHIL-836*     19th Century Philosophy

PHIL-841*     20th Century Philosophy I

PHIL-842*     20th Century Philosophy II

PHIL-845*     Major Figures I     
Winter. J. Miller

PHIL-846*     Major Figures II

PHIL-847*     Major Figures III

PHIL-850*     Epistemology I     
Winter. D. Bakhurst

PHIL-851*     Epistemology II

PHIL-852*     Metaphysics I

PHIL-854*     Feminist Philosophy     
Winter. J. Davies

PHIL-859*     Philosophy of Language I

PHIL-860*     Philosophy of Language II

PHIL-863*     Metaphysics II

PHIL-864*     Philosophy of Mind

PHIL-866*     Philosophy of Art

PHIL-867*     Hermeneutics     
Fall. P. Fairfield

PHIL-870*     Philosophy of Science     
Fall. J. Mozersky

PHIL-871*     Philosophy of Medicine

PHIL-873*     Philosophical Logic     
Winter. TBA

PHIL-893*     Ethics and the Environment     
Fall. M. (Mick) Smith

PHIL-897*     Ethics and Animals

PHIL-898     Master's Research Project     

PHIL-899     Master's Thesis Research     

PHIL-989*     Clinical Practicum in Biomedical Ethics     

PHIL-990*     Philosophical Methods     

PHIL-991*-995*     Special Directed Studies     

PHIL-999     Ph.D. Thesis Research