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Current Course Syllabi PHIL 3610 THEORY OF KNOWLEDGE


9:05-9:55AM MONDAY/WEDNESDAY/FRIDAY (Peabody Hall Room 205S)

Professor Richard Dien Winfield Room 103 Peabody Hall Tel. 542-2811 Email: winfield@uga.edu

3:15P M, W, F

OFFICE HOURS: 2:30-

The course will critically examine the fundamental approaches to the philosophical theory of knowledge. All academic work must meet the standards contained in A Culture of Honesty. All students are responsible to inform themselves about those standards before performing any academic work.
REQUIRED TEXTS

Classics of Western Philosophy, 7th Edition, ed. Stephen M. Cahn (Hackett: 2007; ISBN-10: 0872208591 ISBN-13: 978-0872208599); page numbers in parentheses Xerox Selections (Aristotle, Hegel, Maker, Rapp, Berman, Dulckeit) listed under PHIL 3610 at Bel-Jean CopyPrint Center, 163 E. Broad St. SYLLABUS (subject to change) 1/8 F 1/11 M 1/13 W 1/15 F 1/18 M Introduction Plato, Apology (29-41) Plato, Meno (3-19) Plato, Republic 504e-513e (155-160) MLK HOLIDAY

1/20 W Plato, Republic 514a-520e (160-163); Aristotle, Metaphysics Book I Ch. 1-2 (228-230), Book IV Ch. 3 (Xerox 1587-1588) 1/22 F Aristotle, Metaphysics Book IV Ch. 4-5 (Xerox 1588-1596), Posterior Analytics (190-194) 1/25 M Aristotle, Posterior Analytics (194-196), Sextus Empiricus (337-345) 1/27 W 1/29 F 2/1 M 2/3 W 2/5 F 2/8 M Sextus Empiricus (345 -354) Descartes, Meditations I (490-492) Descartes, Meditations II (492-496) Descartes, Meditations III (496-503) Descartes, Meditations IV-V (503-509) Descartes, Meditations VI (509-516)

2/10 W Locke, An Essay Concerning Human Understanding Introduction, Book I Ch. 1, Book II, Ch. I-VIII (629-640) 2/12 F Locke, An Essay Concerning Human Understanding Book II, Ch. IX, XII, XXI (640-1, 644-653) 2/15 M Locke, An Essay Concerning Human Understanding, Book II, Ch. XXIII (653-657), Book IV, Ch. 1-3 (679-686) 2/17 W Berkeley, A Treatise Concerning the Principles of Human Knowledge, Preface, Introduction (700-708) 2/19 F Berkeley, A Treatise Concerning the Principles of Human Knowledge (708-714), Maker, The Problematic Role of God in Modern Epistemology (217-226) 2/22 M Hume, An Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding, Sections I-IV (763-776) 2/24 W Hume, An Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding, Section V-VII (776-792) 2/26 F 3/1 M 3/3 W Kant, Critique of Pure Reason (918-923) Kant, Critique of Pure Reason (923-929) Kant, Critique of Pure Reason (929-936)

3/5 F 3/8 M 3/10 W 3/12 F 3/15 M 3/17 W 3/19 F 3/22 M 3/24 W

Kant, Critique of Pure Reason (936-945) SRING BREAK SPRING BREAK SPRING BREAK Kant, Critique of Pure Reason (945-954) Kant, Critique of Pure Reason (954-962) Kant, Critique of Pure Reason (962-971) Kant, Critique of Pure Reason (971-976) Kant, Critique of Pure Reason (976-980)

3/26 F Maker, The Problematic Role of God in Modern Epistemology (Xerox 227-237); Nietzsche, Twilight of the Idols, The Problem of Socrates (1100-1102) 3/29 M Nietzsche, Twilight of the Idols, Reason in Philosophy, How the True World Finally Became a Fiction, The Four Great Errors (1102-1105, 1107-1111 ) 3/31 W (1207-1214) Wittgenstein, Philosophical Investigations

4/2 F Wittgenstein, Philosophical Investigations (1214-1221) 4/5 M Rapp, Theses for the Critique of the Post-Rational Critique of Reason (Xerox) 4/7 W Maker, Philosophy as Systematic Science (Xerox) 4/9 F Hegel, Introduction from Phenomenology of Spirit (1023-1028), Berman, SelfKnowledge in Hegelian Phenomenology (Xerox 1-9) 4/12 M Berman, Self-Knowledge in Hegelian Phenomenology (Xerox 9-15) 4/14 W 4/16 F Particulars? Hegel, Sense-Certainty (1028-1032) Dulckeit, Can Hegel Refer to

4/19 M Hegel, General Notion of Logic from Science of Logic (Xerox 43-50) 4/21 W Hegel, General Notion of Logic from Science of Logic (Xerox 50-59) 4/23 F Hegel, With What Must Science Begin? from Science of Logic (Xerox 67-78) 4/26 M (Xerox 82-93) 4/28 W (Xerox 93-108) 4/29 TH ESSAY ASSIGNMENTS Essay #1 (Due 2/8) Essay #2 (Due 3/29) Final Term Paper (Due Monday, 5/2) Hegel, Being from Science of Logic Hegel, Becoming from Science of Logic Concluding Reflections

GRADING Essay #1 = 25% Essay #2 = 25% Final Exam Essay = 50% ATTENDANCE POLICY: 1 letter grade penalty for 4 or more unexcused absences

LAW
Room 220)

PHIL 4240/6240 PHILOSOPHY OF


1:25-2:15P MONDAY/WEDNESDAY/FRIDAY (Peabody Hall

Winfield

Professor Richard Dien Room 103 Peabody Hall Tel. 542-2811 Email:

winfield@uga.edu

3:20P M, W, F

OFFICE HOURS: 2:30-

The course will critically examine the fundamental approaches to the philosophy of law and investigate what law and legal institutions should be in civil society and the state. All academic work must meet the standards contained in A Culture of Honesty. All students are responsible to inform themselves about those standards before performing any academic work.

REQUIRED READINGS Hart, H. L. A., The Concept of Law, 2nd Edition (Oxford University Press, 1997) ISBN 0-19-876123-6 Winfield, Richard Dien, Law in Civil Society (University Press of Kansas, 1995) ISBN 0-7006-0699-8 Winfield, Richard Dien, The Just State: Rethinking SelfGovernment (Humanity Books, 2005) ISBN 1-59102-317-3 Xerox Selections (Aristotle, Rousseau, Dworkin) listed under PHIL 4240/6240 at Bel-Jean Copy-Print Center, 163 E. Broad St. SYLLABUS (subject to change) 1/8 F Orientation 1/11 M Winfield, Law in Civil Society, 1-2; Winfield, The Just State, 15-25; Aristotle, Nicomachean Ethics, Book I 1/13 W Aristotle, Nicomachean Ethics, Book II Ch. 1-6, Book V Ch. 1-6 1/15 F Aristotle, Nicomachean Ethics, Book V Ch. 7-8, 10, Politics, Book I Ch. 1-2, Book III Ch. 9-11, 15, Book IV, Ch. 1 1/18 M MLK HOLIDAY 1/20 W Winfield, The Just State, 25-40; Rousseau, Social Contract Book I 1/22 F 1/25 M III, Ch. 1-4, 12, 15-16 Rousseau, Social Contract Book II Rousseau, Social Contract Book

1/27 W Rousseau, Social Contract Book IV, Ch. 1-2; Winfield, The Just State, 40-43 1/29 F 2/1 M 2/3 W 2/5 F 2/8 M 2/10 W 2/12 F 2/15 M 2/17 W 2/19 F 2/22 M 2/24 W 2/26 F 3/1 M 3/3 W 3/5 F 3/8 M 3/10 W Hart, The Concept of Law, Ch. 1 Hart, The Concept of Law, Ch. 2 Hart, The Concept of Law, Ch. 3 Hart, The Concept of Law, Ch. 4 Hart, The Concept of Law, Ch. 5 Hart, The Concept of Law, Ch. 6 Hart, The Concept of Law, Ch. 7 Hart, The Concept of Law, Ch. 8 Hart, The Concept of Law, Ch. 9 Hart, The Concept of Law, Ch. 10 Dworkin, Hard Cases, 81-100 Dworkin, Hard Cases, 101-115 Dworkin, Hard Cases, 115-130 Winfield, Law in Civil Society, 2-32 Winfield, The Just State, 44-67 Winfield, The Just State, 73-102 SPRING BREAK SPRING BREAK

3/12 F 3/15 M 3/17 W 45 3/19 F 59 3/22 M 75 3/24 W 84 3/26 F 98 3/29 M 116 3/31 W 128 4/2 F 151 4/5 M 166 4/7 W 173 4/9 F 4/12 M 155-170 4/14 W 4/16 F 4/19 M 4/21 W 4/23 F 4/26 M 4/28 W 4/29 TH ESSAY ASSIGNMENTS Essay #1 (Due 2/1) Essay #2 (Due 3/1)

SPRING BREAK Winfield, The Just State, 103-119 Winfield, Law in Civil Society, 33Winfield, Law in Civil Society, 45Winfield, Law in Civil Society, 59Winfield, Law in Civil Society, 75Winfield, Law in Civil Society, 85Winfield, Law in Civil Society, 99Winfield, Law in Civil Society, 116Winfield, Law in Civil Society, 128Winfield, Law in Civil Society, 151Winfield, Law in Civil Society, 166Winfield, The Just State, 125-142 Winfield, The Just State, 142-149, Winfield, The Just State, 171-194 Winfield, The Just State, 199-230 Winfield, The Just State, 230-260 Winfield, The Just State, 260-281 Winfield, The Just State, 299-313 Winfield, The Just State, 313-328 Winfield, The Just State, 389-413 Concluding Reflections

Final Term Paper (Due Monday, 5/2) GRADING Essay #1 = 25% Essay #2 = 25% Final Term Paper = 50%

ATTENDANCE POLICY: 1 letter grade penalty for 4 or more unexcused absences

PHIL 4050/6050 KANT


11:15-12:05P MONDAY/WEDNESDAY/FRIDAY (Peabody Hall 220)

Winfield

Professor Richard Dien Room 103 Peabody Hall Tel. 542-2811 Email:

winfield@uga.edu

3:20P M, W, F

OFFICE HOURS: 2:30-

REQUIRED READINGS Kant, Immanuel, Critique of Pure Reason (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1999; ISBN 0521657296) SYLLABUS (subject to change) 1/8 F 1/11 M 1/13 W 1/15 F 1/18 M 1/20 W Introduction Kant, Critique of Pure Reason 99-124 Kant, Critique of Pure Reason 127-138 Kant, Critique of Pure Reason 139-152 MLK HOLIDAY Kant, Critique of Pure Reason 155-171

1/22 F 1/25 M 1/27 W 1/29 F 2/1 M 2/3 W 2/5 F 2/8 M 2/10 W 2/12 F 2/15 M 2/17 W 2/19 F 2/22 M 2/24 W 2/26 F 3/1 M 3/3 W 3/5 F 3/8 M 3/10 W 3/12 F 3/15 M 3/17 W 3/19 F 3/22 M 3/24 W 3/26 F 3/29 M 3/31 W 4/2 F 4/5 M 4/7 W 4/9 F 4/12 M 4/14 W 4/16 F 4/19 M 4/21 W 4/23 F 4/26 M 4/28 W 4/29 TH

Kant, Critique of Pure Reason 172-192 Kant, Critique of Pure Reason 182-192 Kant, Critique of Pure Reason 193-203 Kant, Critique of Pure Reason 204-218 Kant, Critique of Pure Reason 219-234 Kant, Critique of Pure Reason 234-244 Kant, Critique of Pure Reason 245-256 Kant, Critique of Pure Reason 256-270 Kant, Critique of Pure Reason 271-279 Kant, Critique of Pure Reason 279-289 Kant, Critique of Pure Reason 290-304 Kant, Critique of Pure Reason 304-316 Kant, Critique of Pure Reason 316-326 Kant, Critique of Pure Reason 326-337 Kant, Critique of Pure Reason 338-365 Kant, Critique of Pure Reason 366-383 Kant, Critique of Pure Reason 384-393 Kant, Critique of Pure Reason 394-408 Kant, Critique of Pure Reason 409-425 SPRING BREAK SPRING BREAK SPRING BREAK Kant, Critique of Pure Reason 425-439 Kant, Critique of Pure Reason 439-458 Kant, Critique of Pure Reason 459-475 Kant, Critique of Pure Reason 476-489 Kant, Critique of Pure Reason 490-503 Kant, Critique of Pure Reason 503-514 Kant, Critique of Pure Reason 514-528 Kant, Critique of Pure Reason 528-537 Kant, Critique of Pure Reason 537-549 Kant, Critique of Pure Reason 549-559 Kant, Critique of Pure Reason 559-569 Kant, Critique of Pure Reason 569-578 Kant, Critique of Pure Reason 578-589 Kant, Critique of Pure Reason 590-604 Kant, Critique of Pure Reason 605-623 Kant, Critique of Pure Reason 627-643 Kant, Critique of Pure Reason 643-658 Kant, Critique of Pure Reason 658-676 Kant, Critique of Pure Reason 676-690 Kant, Critique of Pure Reason 691-704 Concluding Reflections

ESSAY ASSIGNMENTS Essay #1 (Due 2/8)

Essay #2 (Due 3/29) Final Term Paper (Due Monday, 5/2) GRADING Essay #1 = 25% Essay #2 = 25% Final Exam Essay = 50% ATTENDANCE POLICY: 1 letter grade penalty for 4 or more unexcused absences

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