PHIL 440 Selected Topics in Contemporary Philosophy: (subtitle)

This course is designed for advanced students of philosophy interested in exploring the diverse, complex, and challenging landscape of contemporary philosophy. In the context of this course, contemporary philosophy refers to the most significant philosophers and philosophical movements of the vast majority of the twentieth-century Western tradition. In particular, students will examine and discuss those philosophers and movements that have been most central to setting the stage for the future of philosophy in the twenty-first century such as phenomenology, critical theory, pragmatism, analytic philosophy, hermeneutics, and postmodernism.




One 100-level and one 200-level PHIL course, or instructor's permission

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This course is repeatable for credit