2021 Summer Courses in Philosophy

 

Enrollment is open for UCLA summer courses. Current UCLA Students can enroll at MyUCLA. Visiting students can register at summer.ucla.edu.

*Both Summer Session A and Session C courses will be taught remotely*

 

Session A: June 21 – July 30
Philos 6 - Introduction to Political Philosophy

Instructor: Daniel Ranweiler

Course Description: TBA

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Philos 7 - Introduction to Philosophy of Mind

Instructor: Megan Robb

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Philos 31 - Logic, First Course

Instructor:  Ian Boon

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Philos C119 - Topics in History of Philosophy

Instructor: Vaheh Shirvanian

Course Description: TBA

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Philos 129 - Philosophy of Psychology

Instructor: Jacob Reid

Course Description: TBA

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Philos 166 - Philosophy of Law

Instructor: Amber Kavka-Warren

Course Description: TBA

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Philos M187 - Topics in Feminist Philosophy

Instructor: Kim Johnston

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Session C: August 2 – September 10
Philos 3 - Historical Introduction to Philosophy (Online)

Instructor: Melissa Retkwa

Course Description: TBA

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Philos 7 - Introduction to Philosophy of Mind

Instructor: Esther Nikbin

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Philos 22 - Introduction to Ethical Theory

Instructor: Piera Maurizio

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Philos C119 - Topics in History of Philosophy

Instructor: John Kardosh

Course Description: TBA

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Philos C127A - Philosophy of Language

Instructor: Torsten Odland

Course Description: TBA

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Philos Phil 155A - Medical Ethics

Instructor: Ally Peabody

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Philos Phil 177A - Existentialism

Instructor: Tim Buchanan

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Critical Thinking Summer Institute **Open to High School Students Only**

Instructor: Bill Kowalsky & John Kardosh

Program Dates: July 6 – July 23, 2021

Course Description:

The Critical Thinking Summer Institute will introduce both the theory and practice of critical thinking to motivated high school students. In addition to earning credit in Phil 9 (Principles of Critical Reasoning), enrolled students will participate in a workshop on media literacy and attend guest lectures by faculty from UCLA and the University of Queensland.

More information here: https://www.summer.ucla.edu/Institutes/CriticalReasoning