Introduction to Scientific Reasoning
PHIL 102 MW 8:30-10:00 Psychology Bldg. 249

This course focuses on the nature of scientific reasoning,
both concerning individual hypothesis and involving theory testing.

Course Syllabus

Class Notes
Intermediate Logic
PHI 301 MW 10:00-11:30 Wilson Hall 104

This course is a second course in formal logic, following
up on a first course involving propositional and predicate logic.
It is recommended for students who have already taken such a course,
or for students who have a strong background in mathematics. It is designed
to introduce some of the proof techniques and formal apparatus
that will be the focus of Phil 403: Mathematical Logic, with less of a focus
on metatheory and more on the varieties of logical theories, including
modal and other intensional logics as well as extensions of both first-order
logic and intensional logics.

Course Syllabus

Course Notes

Courses I anticipate teaching at WUSTL
Phil 102 Introduction to Scientific Reasoning
Phil 301 Symbolic Logic
Phil 3113 Theory of Knowledge
Phil 306 Philosophy of Language
Phil 321 Philosophy of Science
Phil 327 Philosophy of Religion
Phil 3481 Intro to Metaphysics
Phil 4210 Topics in Advanced Philosophy of Science
Phil 4141 Advanced Epistemology
Phil 4142 Advanced Metaphysics
Phil 405 Philosophical Logic
Phil 4051 Philosophy of Logic
Phil 4061 Topics in the Philosophy of Language
Phil 4065 Advanced Philosophy of Language
Phil 502 Proseminar in Philosophy
Phil 508 SEMINAR: Topics in Analytic Philosophy
Phil 580: SEMINAR: any of—Philosophy of Language, Philosophy of Religion, Epistemology, Metaphysics