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Fall Quarter

Dept Course No and Title Instructor
PHILOS (F21)201  FIRST YEAR SEMINARPRITCHARD, D.
This is a research training course geared specifically for first-year graduate students and taught by the Director of Graduate Studies. The specific content covered will be tailored to the research interests of the students enrolled on the course. The goal of the course is to provide a solid foundation for a successful Ph.D.
PHILOS (F21)205A  SET THEORYMEADOWS, T.
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PHILOS (F21)215  KANT'S 1ST CRITIQUEHEIS, J.
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PHILOS (F21)230  RESP&ACCOUNTABILITYJAMES, A.
If freedom of will and moral responsibility are agreed to have some close connection to "accountability," that idea is not itself well understood.  This seminar pursues the hypothesis that accountability, and hence moral responsibility, is really about *accounting,* especially accounting for what we owe each other.  This is the sort of debt accounting we do in monetary and more informal relationships such as friendship or marriage, which we are unable to do among mere animals, psychopaths, and assholes.  Along with Nietzsche's _Genealogy of Morals_, readings will be from Strawson, Scanlon, Watson, Darwall, Gilbert, among others.  The seminar is in the service of a book tentatively entitled _The Moral Ledger: Debt, Money, Polity_.
PHILOS (F21)240  PHILSCI VITAMINSSTANFORD, P.
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PHILOS (F21)241  GEOMETRY&SPACETIMEMANCHAK, J.
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PHILOS (F21)242  NATL CONSCIOUSNESSSTANFORD, P.
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PHILOS (F21)244  SOCIAL DYNAMICSNARENS, L.
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PHILOS (F21)244  PPE PROSEMINARHUTTEGGER, S.
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