Philosophy Department

303 College Hall
600 Forbes Ave
Pittsburgh, PA 15282
Phone: 412 396 6500
Fax: 412 396 5353

Ron Polansky
Chair
polansky@duq.edu

Daniel Selcer
Director of Graduate Studies
selcerd@duq.edu

Michael Harrington
Director of Undergraduate Studies
harringtonm@duq.edu

Joan Thompson
Administrative Assistant
thompson@duq.edu

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Information on Courses

GRADUATE COURSES Fall 2015

PHIL 527-01 St. Thomas Aquinas-The Soul MW 03:00-04:15 Bonin
(Cross-listed w/PHIL 427W-01)

PHIL 556-61 Foucault T 06:00-08:40 Evans
(Cross-listed w/wsgs) - 3 seats only

PHIL 562-61 Adorno M 06:00-08:40 Lampert
(Cross-listed w/PHIL 462W-61)

PHIL 609-01 Special Topics: Hegel's Philosophical System T 01:40-4:20 Vinco

PHIL 609-02 Special Topics: Louis Althusser R 01:40-4:20 Eyers

PHIL 633-01 Virtue Ethics W 05:00-07:40 Arenson
(Cross-listed w/PHIL 490W-01)

PHIL 641-01 Plato & Nietzsche TR 12:15-01:30 Miller
(Cross-listed w/ PHIL 491W-01)

GRADUATE COURSES Fall 2014

PHIL 501-01 Plato's Early Dialogues R 01:40-04:20 Polansky
(cross-listed with PHIL 401-01)

PHIL 518-01 Kiekegaard's Critique Of Hegel W 12:15-02:55 Keyes
(cross-lised w/PHIL 479W-01)

PHIL 521-01 St. Thomas Aquinas: God and Being MW 03:00-04:15 Bonin

PHIL 529-61 Spinoza's Ethics T 01:40-04:20 Selcer

PHIL 599-01 Nietzsche TR 12:15-01:30 Miller

PHIL 613-61 Contemporary Social and Political Philosophy T 06:00-08:40 Evans

PHIL 620-01 Lonergan: Insight into Insight TR 04:30-05:45 Cronin

PHIL 627-01 Epicurean Ethics W 05:00-07:40 Arenson

PHIL 629-61 Derrida's Early Work on SIgnifiers M 6:00-8:40 Lampert

PHIL 658-61 The Philosophical Psychoanalyses of Jacques Lacan R 06:00-08:40 Eyers

GRADUATE COURSES Spring 2014

PHIL 507-01 Aristotle's Metaphysics R 01:40-04:20 Polansky

PHIL 515-01 Plotinus TR 12:15-01:40 Miller

PHIL 538-01 Kant's Moral Theory  T 01:40-04:20 Herrmann

PHIL 550-01 Islamic Philosophy MW 03:00-04:15 Bonin

PHIL 556-61 Later Foucault  T 06:00-08:40 Evans

PHIL 572-01 Heidegger's Being and Time W 12:15-02:55 Keyes

PHIL 624-01 Medieval Women Philosophers M 05:00-07:40 Harrington

PHIL 625-01 Hegel, Goethe, Hoelderlin/trans F 12:15-02:55 Bates

PHIL 626-61 Continental/Early Modern texts W 06:00-08:40 Selcer

PHIL 648-01 Walter Benjamin W 03:05-05:45 Schwebel

PHIL 657-01 Subjectivity & Science R 06:00-08:40 Eyers