100-Level Courses (2018-19)

PHL 103F  Introduction to Philosophy: Knowledge and Reality

Instructor:  A. Koo     T 2-3/ R 1-2 
This course is an introduction to some of the central questions of philosophy, focusing on issues concerning the nature
of reality (what sorts of things exist in the universe?) and knowledge (what can we know about the things that exist?). The course explores answers that have been given to these questions in a selection of classical and contemporary texts. Tutorials will involve active discussion of the philosophical ideas covered in the lectures.  Exclusions:  PHL105Y5, PHL101, PHL102

PHL 103S  Introduction to Philosophy:  Knowledge and Reality

Instructor: A. Koo     T R  10-11
This course is an introduction to some of the central questions of philosophy, focusing on issues concerning the nature of reality (what sorts of things exist in the universe?) and knowledge (what can we know about the things that exist?).  The course explores answers that have been given to these questions in a selection of classical and contemporary texts. Tutorials will involve active discussion of the philosophical ideas covered in the lectures.  Exclusions:  PHL105Y5, PHL101, PHL102

PHL 113F  Introduction to Philosophy: Persons and Value

Instructor:  S. Tenenbaum     T R 11-12
This course is an introduction to some of the central questions of philosophy, focusing on

ethical, political, and social issues concerning (for example) justice, the good life, freedom,
and responsibility.  The course explores answers that have been given to these questions
in a selection of classical and contemporary texts. Tutorials will involve active discussion
of the philosophical ideas covered in the lectures. Exclusions:  PHL105Y5, PHL101, PHL102

PHL 113S  Introduction to Philosophy: Persons and Value

Instructor:  J. Davies     M W 10-11
This course is an introduction to some of the central questions of philosophy, focusing on

ethical, political, and social issues concerning (for example) justice, the good life, freedom, and responsibility. The course explores answers that have been given to these questions in a selection of classical and contemporary texts. Tutorials will involve active discussion of the philosophical ideas covered in the lectures.  Exclusions:  PHL105Y5, PHL101, PHL102

PHL145  Critical Reasoning

[This course is now offered as PHL247. Please visit the 200 Level Courses page for more information.]