Advanced study of major philosophers drawn from the ancient Greek and Roman period.
Advanced study of major movements in philosophy from the 17th century on, movements such as rationalism, empiricism, idealism, and existentialism. (PR: Any philosophy course)
A study of what Aristotle called "first philosophy" or the study of being -- later called metaphysics.
Advanced study of the nature and possibility of knowledge. (PR: Any philosophy course)
Ancient and modern theories of the meaning and consequence of history and culture.
Theories of the nature and functions of religion, including the meaning of religious language and problems of belief.
Advanced study of the significance or the place in human reality of political organization, negotiation, strategy and power. (PR: Any philosophy course)
A survey of the contributions of leading existentialist philosophers of the past and present from Kierkegaard and Nietzche to Sartre and Tillich; course is conducted much like a seminar.
Advanced study of the nature of logic: whether logic is possible at all, how far it applies, and whether and how there can be conflicting logics. (PR: Any philosophy course)