University of Hawaii Textbooks/Course Materials

University of Hawaii at Manoa • Fall 2016 Class Availability

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Philosophy (PHIL)

Gen. Ed./
Focus
CRN Course Section Title Credits Instructor Curr.
Enrolled
Seats
avail.
Days Time Room Dates
DH 75854 PHIL 100 001 Intro to Phil: Survey of Prob 3 J Tanke 23 2 MW 1030-1120a KUY 305 08/22-12/16
                F 1030-1120a KUY 305 08/22-12/16
DH 77274 PHIL 100 002 Intro to Phil: Survey of Prob 3 J Tanke 1 19 MW 1030-1120a KUY 305 08/22-12/16
                F 1030-1120a MOORE 102 08/22-12/16
DH 79487 PHIL 100 004 Intro to Phil: Survey of Prob 3 E Byrnes 5 15 MWF 0830-0920a KUY 313 08/22-12/16
DH 77358 PHIL 100 003 Intro to Phil: Survey of Prob 3 B Hoffman 14 6 MWF 0930-1020a KUY 304 08/22-12/16
DH 79488 PHIL 101 003 Intro to Phil:Morals & Society 3 K Kipnis 0 0 MW 0930-1020a KUY 210 08/22-12/16
                F 0930-1020a KUY 210 08/22-12/16
DH 72087 PHIL 101 001 Intro to Phil:Morals & Society 3 K Kipnis 8 14 MW 0930-1020a KUY 210 08/22-12/16
                F 1030-1120a MOORE 120 08/22-12/16
DH 72088 PHIL 101 002 Intro to Phil:Morals & Society 3 K Kipnis 9 13 MW 0930-1020a KUY 210 08/22-12/16
                F 1130-1220p KUY 302 08/22-12/16
DH 78408 PHIL 101 004 Intro to Phil:Morals & Society 3 L Widdison 17 3 MWF 0830-0920a SAKAM B102 08/22-12/16
  Please note that PHIL 103 001 has been canceled. PHIL 103 002 has been created at the same time/place and will now fulfill the W Focus requirement.
DH,WI 79929 PHIL 103 002 Intro Phil: Environmental Phil 3 S Odin 19 1 TR 0900-1015a SAKAM B101 08/22-12/16
FS 79606 PHIL 110 001 Intro to Deductive Logic 3 I Nicolay 21 0 MWF 0930-1020a WAT 113 08/22-12/16
FS 75334 PHIL 111 002 Intro to Inductive Logic 3 A Chaturvedi 33 0 MW 1030-1120a KUY 306 08/22-12/16
                F 1030-1120a KUY 306 08/22-12/16
FS 79605 PHIL 111 003 Intro to Inductive Logic 3 A Chaturvedi 10 0 MW 1030-1120a KUY 306 08/22-12/16
                F 1130-1220p KUY 310 08/22-12/16
FS 72873 PHIL 111 001 Intro to Inductive Logic 3 J Liu 21 0 MWF 0830-0920a KUY 213 08/22-12/16
DH,WI 77917 PHIL 211 001 Ancient Philosophy 3 C Cheng 17 3 TR 1030-1145a SAKAM B308 08/22-12/16
DH,WI 76415 PHIL 213 001 Modern Philosophy 3 V Dalmiya 16 4 MWF 1130-1220p SAKAM B308 08/22-12/16
DH,WI 79489 PHIL 301 001 Ethical Theory 3 G Tsai 19 1 MWF 1030-1120a HOLM 211 08/22-12/16
DH,WI 79490 PHIL 302 001 Political Philosophy 3 G Tsai 19 1 MWF 1230-0120p WAT 113 08/22-12/16
DH,WI 79491 PHIL 307 001 Theory of Knowledge 3 V Dalmiya 18 2 MWF 0930-1020a SAKAM B102 08/22-12/16
DH,OC,WI 78703 PHIL 330 001 Islamic Philosophy 3 T Albertini 9 11 TR 0900-1015a SAKAM B308 08/22-12/16
DH 80150 PHIL 360 001 Buddhist Philosophy 3 Y Iwasaki 12 8 MWF 0830-0920a SAKAM B103 08/22-12/16
DH,WI 79492 PHIL 370 001 Chinese Philosophy 3 C Cheng 9 11 R 0330-0600p SAKAM C102 08/22-12/16
DH 79493 PHIL 402 001 Intro to Phenomenology 3 S Odin 13 7 TR 1030-1145a SAKAM B102 08/22-12/16
DH,WI 79795 PHIL 414E 001 WMvts & Pds: Renaissance 3 T Albertini 7 8 R 1245-0315p SAKAM C302 08/22-12/16
DH 73555 PHIL 449 001 Undergraduate Capstone
Restriction: Major
3 J Tanke 13 7 W 1245-0315p SAKAM C302 08/22-12/16
  77336 PHIL 492 006 Philosophy with Children 3 T Jackson 15 5 M 0410-0530p SAKAM C203 08/22-12/16
                W 0410-0530p SAKAM C201 08/22-12/16
  76768 PHIL 493 001 Teaching Philosophy 3 T Jackson 3 17 TBA TBA TBA TBA 08/22-12/16
  79494 PHIL 611 001 Studies in Ethics 3 K Kipnis 6 4 W 0330-0600p SAKAM C302 08/22-12/16
  78891 PHIL 622 001 Studies in Hermeneutics 3 R Bontekoe 11 0 M 1245-0315p SAKAM C302 08/22-12/16
  77921 PHIL 725 001 Sem in Philosophical Topics 3 C Cheng 7 3 T 0330-0600p SAKAM C302 08/22-12/16

General Education Requirements:
FGA = Foundation GMP-A DA = Diversification-Arts DP = Diversification-Physical Science
FGB = Foundation GMP-B DB = Diversification-Biological Science DS = Diversification-Social Science
FGC = Foundation GMP-C DH = Diversification-Humanities DY = Diversification-Laboratory (science)
FS = Foundation Symbolic Reasoning DL = Diversification-Literatures HSL = Hawaiian or Second Language
FW = Foundation Written Communication NI = Non-introductory Course
Focus Requirements:
ETH = Contemporary Ethical Issues
HAP = Hawaiian, Asian, and Pacific Issues
OC = Oral Communication
WI = Writing Intensive

NOTE: Courses numbered 600 and above are restricted to classified graduate students only. All unclassified students must obtain approval from the department to register.


Class Meeting Days:
M = Monday R = Thursday U = Sunday
T = Tuesday F = Friday TBA = To Be Announced/Arranged
W = Wednesday S= Saturday