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Philosophy&Environmental Studies
University of Oregon

 

 
 
 

Current Courses (Winter 2014)

Upcoming Courses (Spring 2014)

  • Introduction to Environmental Studies: Humanities (ENVS 203)


University of Oregon (syllabi in pdf format)

Winter 2013 Environmental Aesthetics (ENVS 440/540)
(also offered as Art/Environment/Philosophy, ART 407/507)
Fall 2012 Phenomenology of Nature (PHIL 645)
Spring 2012 Seminar on Philosophy & Teaching (PHIL 607)
Introduction to Environmental Studies: Humanities (ENVS 203)
Winter 2012 Seminar on Philosophy & Teaching (PHIL 607)
Continental Philosophy: Animality (PHIL 615)
Fall 2011 Seminar on Philosophy & Teaching (PHIL 607)
Summer 2010 Environmental Philosophy (PHIL 340)
Spring 2010 Philosophy of Ecology (ENVS 410/510; BI 410/510)
Introduction to Environmental Studies: Humanities (ENVS 203)
Winter 2010 The Concept of Nature (PHIL 645)
Fall 2009 Environmental Studies in Theory and Practice (ENVS 631)
Spring 2009 Ecotheory in Art & Philosophy (ART 407/507)
Thesis Development (ENVS 633)
Winter 2009 Seminar: Deleuze's Difference & Repetition (PHIL 607)
Fall 2008 College Connections: What Good is Nature? (ENVS 199)
Ancient & Medieval Philosophy (PHIL 310)
Environmental Aesthetics (ENVS 440/540)
Spring 2008 Introduction to Environmental Studies: Humanities (ENVS 203)
Environmental Ethics (ENVS 345)
Winter 2008 Merleau-Ponty's Phenomenology of Perception (PHIL 463/563)
Fall 2007 Environmental Philosophy (PHIL 340)
Environmental Studies in Theory and Practive (ENVS 610)
Summer 2007 Introduction to Environmental Studies: Humanities (ENVS 203)
Field Studies in Restoration Ecology
Spring 2007 Introduction to Environmental Studies: Humanities (ENVS 203)
Environmental Aesthetics (ENVS 440/540)
Winter 2007 Environmental Philosophy (PHIL 340)
Fall 2006 Animality (PHIL 540)
Environmental Studies in Theory and Practice (ENVS 610)
Spring 2006 Environmental Humanities (ENVS 203)
Environmental Ethics (ENVS 345)
Winter 2006 Environmental Philosophy (PHIL 340)
Environmental Studies in Theory and Practice (ENVS 610)
Fall 2005 Merleau-Ponty's Philosophy of Nature (PHIL 463/563)
Spring 2005 Environmental Humanities (ENVS 203)
Environmental Studies Graduate Orientation Seminar (ENVS 607)
Bergson (PHIL 463/563)
Spring 2004 Environmental Humanities (ENVS 203)
Environmental Philosophy (PHIL 340)
Winter 2004 Ecophenomenology (PHIL 407/507)
Fall 2003 Environmental Ethics (ENVS 410/510)

 

Oberlin College (Spring 2011)

Spring 2011 Ecophenomenology: The Experience of Nature (ENVS 313)



Emporia State University (1998-2003)

Spring 2003 Introduction to Philosophy (PI 225)
Phenomenology: An Introduction (PI 500)
Fall 2002 Introduction to Philosophy (PI 225)
Summer 2002 Introduction to Philosophy (PI 225)
Spring 2002 Introduction to Philosophy (PI 225)
Logic & Critical Thinking (PI 500)
Eastern Philosophy (PI 500)
Fall 2001 Introduction to Philosophy (PI 225)
Logic & Critical Thinking (PI 256)
Heidegger's Being and Time (PI 375)
Summer 2001 Introduction to Philosophy (PI 225)
Spring 2001 Introduction to Philosophy (PI 225)
Major Ideas in Western Civilization, II (CW 222)
Ecological Philosophy (PI 500)
Fall 2000 Introduction to Philosophy (PI 225)
Ethics (PI 255)

Summer 2000 Introduction to Philosophy (PI 225)
Spring 2000 Introduction to Philosophy (PI 225)
Race & Gender in Existentialism (PI 500)
Fall 1999 Introduction to Philosophy (PI 225)
Ancient Philosophy (PI 370)
Philosophy of Art (PI 500)
Summer 1999 Introduction to Philosophy (PI 225)
Spring 1999 Introduction to Philosophy (PI 225)
Major Ideas in Western Civilization, II (CW 222)
Environmental Ethics (PI 500)
Fall 1998 Introduction to Philosophy (PI 225)
Logic (PI 256)

 

Kalamazoo College (1997-1998)

Spring 1998 Environmental Ethics (PHIL 500)
Contemporary Continental Philosophy: French Post-Structuralism (PHIL 555)
Winter 1998 19th Century Philosophy: Kant to Nietzsche (PHIL 540)
Philosophy and Literature (PHIL 540)
Fall 1998 Problems in Philosophy: Ethics (PHIL 410)
Existentialism (PHIL 560)

 



 
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