21st Century Philosophy (PHIL*3280) | College of Arts

21st Century Philosophy (PHIL*3280)

Term: Fall 2016


This course is an introduction to the most current philosophical texts and movements developed since the beginning of the 21st century. Students will be taught to understand and work creatively with the most recent ideas in the discipline. Material covered will focus almost exclusively on the philosophical texts written in or after the year 2000.


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