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The course descriptions below are taken from the UNM Catalog. For instructor-provided course descriptions, visit Philosophy Courses @ UNM.


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Summer 2024

An investigation of some important philosophic debates.

Sections
#CRNTermTime/LocationInstructorCreditsSeats Available
T: Testimonies of Soc Justice
00131598

Jul. 8, 2024 - Jul. 26, 2024
MTWR9:00 AM - 1:50 PM
Dane Smith Hall128

Open Learning - Topics
Hernandez Gonzalez35

A faculty-supervised course culminating in a comprehensive paper or research proposal that integrates knowledge attained through coursework, research, and experience.

Sections
#CRNTermTime/LocationInstructorCreditsSeats Available
00411643FullLecture Staff 1 TO 325
00511644FullLecture Staff 1 TO 325
00611645FullLectureJohnston1 TO 325
00711646FullLectureMurphy1 TO 325
00911648FullLectureMcRae1 TO 325
01011649FullLectureThomson1 TO 324
01111650FullLectureDomski1 TO 325
01211651FullLectureKalar1 TO 325
01311652FullLectureBecker1 TO 325
01419047FullLectureGerber1 TO 325
01519048FullLectureLivingston1 TO 325

For departmental honors. {Offered upon demand}

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#CRNTermTime/LocationInstructorCreditsSeats Available
00511659Full


Independent Study
Staff 325
00611660Full


Independent Study
Johnston325
00711661Full


Independent Study
Murphy325
00811662Full


Independent Study
Becker325
00911663Full


Independent Study
McRae325
01011664Full


Independent Study
Thomson325
01111665Full


Independent Study
Domski325
01211666Full


Independent Study
Kalar325
01319049Full


Independent Study
Staff 325
01419050Full


Independent Study
Livingston325

Individual research into an area proposed by the student and conducted under the direction of a faculty member.

Sections
#CRNTermTime/LocationInstructorCreditsSeats Available
00211671FullIndependent StudyTaber1 TO 325
00411673FullIndependent Study Staff 1 TO 325
00511674FullIndependent Study Staff 1 TO 325
00611675FullIndependent StudyBecker1 TO 325
00711676FullIndependent StudyJohnston1 TO 325
00911677FullIndependent StudyMcRae1 TO 325
01011678FullIndependent StudyMurphy1 TO 325
01111679FullIndependent StudyDomski1 TO 325
01211680FullIndependent StudyThomson1 TO 325
01311681FullIndependent StudyKalar1 TO 325
01419051FullIndependent StudyGerber1 TO 325
01519052FullIndependent StudyLivingston1 TO 324

Faculty-supervised investigative study that results in the development and writing of a master’s thesis. Offered on a CR/NC basis only.

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#CRNTermTime/LocationInstructorCreditsSeats Available
00111682FullThesis Staff 1 TO 625
00211683FullThesisMcRae1 TO 625
00411685FullThesisMurphy1 TO 625
00611687FullThesisBecker1 TO 625
00711688FullThesis Staff 1 TO 625
00811689FullThesisTaber1 TO 625
00914739FullThesisJohnston1 TO 625
01011690FullThesisThomson1 TO 625
01111691FullThesisDomski1 TO 625
01211692FullThesisKalar1 TO 625
01419054FullThesisLivingston1 TO 625

Individual research into an area proposed by the student and conducted under the direction of a faculty member. Offered on a CR/NC basis only.

Sections
#CRNTermTime/LocationInstructorCreditsSeats Available
00311695FullIndependent Study Staff 1 TO 325
00411696FullIndependent StudyMcRae1 TO 325
00511697FullIndependent StudyMurphy1 TO 325
00611698FullIndependent StudyJohnston1 TO 325
00711699FullIndependent StudyTaber1 TO 325
00811700FullIndependent StudyBecker1 TO 325
01011701FullIndependent StudyThomson1 TO 325
01111702FullIndependent StudyKalar1 TO 325
01211703FullIndependent StudyDomski1 TO 325
01319055FullIndependent Study Staff 1 TO 325
01419056FullIndependent StudyLivingston1 TO 325
01519057FullIndependent Study Staff 1 TO 325

Faculty-supervised investigative study that results in the development and writing of a doctoral dissertation. Offered on a CR/NC basis only.

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#CRNTermTime/LocationInstructorCreditsSeats Available
00311706FullDissertation Staff 3 TO 1225
00411707FullDissertationMurphy3 TO 1225
00511708FullDissertationBecker3 TO 1225
00611709FullDissertationHannan3 TO 1225
00711710FullDissertationJohnston3 TO 1225
00811711FullDissertationTaber3 TO 1225
00911712FullDissertationMcRae3 TO 1225
01011713FullDissertationThomson3 TO 1225
01111714FullDissertationDomski3 TO 1225
01211715FullDissertationKalar3 TO 1225
01419059FullDissertationLivingston3 TO 1225

Summer 2024-Online

In this course, students will be introduced to some of the key questions of philosophy through the study of classical and contemporary thinkers. Some of the questions students might consider are: Do we have free will? What is knowledge? What is the mind? What are our moral obligations to others? Students will engage with and learn to critically assess various philosophical approaches to such questions. Meets New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 5: Humanities.

Sections
#CRNTermTime/LocationInstructorCreditsSeats Available
002287541st Half

Online MAXUNM CANVAS

Online - Lecture
Patwary33

The purpose of this course is to teach students how to analyze, critique, and construct arguments. The course includes an introductory survey of important logical concepts and tools needed for argument analysis. These concepts and tools will be use to examine select philosophical and scholarly texts. Meets New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 1: Communication.

Sections
#CRNTermTime/LocationInstructorCreditsSeats Available
002287532nd Half

Online MAXUNM CANVAS

Online - Lecture
Ben Itzhak33

This course is an introductory survey of early modern Western philosophy. Through an in-depth reading of primary source material, this course will examine the traditions of Rationalism and Empiricism that emerged during the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. Concepts to be discussed might include theories of knowledge and metaphysics, early modern scientific thought, and theories of the self. Meets New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 5: Humanities.

Sections
#CRNTermTime/LocationInstructorCreditsSeats Available
001312831st Half

Online MAXUNM CANVAS

Online - Lecture
Domski32