PHH 2063  Spring 2015 

Classics in Philosophy: An Introduction to the History of Philosophy

Mondays, Wednesdays, & Fridays 9:00-9:50 in DM 110

     Copyright 2015 Bruce W. Hauptli

This web-site has a copy of the syllabus, extensive lecture supplements for each of the readings and lectures, and other information relevant to the course.  You are encouraged to provide me with suggestions and comments about the content, and I am grateful for help in correcting the inevitable typos and grammatical errors! 

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PHH 2063 Syllabus

  Hauptli's Guide to Writing Philosophy Papers

 Writing Essay Exams for Professor Hauptli


Lecture Supplements:

Click on these links for the indicated lecture supplement:

 What Is Philosophy?   Introduction to Plato  Plato's "Meno" 77c-78b  Plato's "Euthyphro"  Plato's "Apology"
 Plato's "Crito"  Introduction to Plato's Republic  Plato's Republic First Part
 Plato's Republic Second Part [368-433]  Plato's Republic Third Part [434-end]
 Supplement on Socratic Voices, Piety, and Rationality  Introduction to Modern Philosophy Hobbes Leviathan Anselm's Ontological Argument Criticisms of Anselm's Argument
Descartes' Meditations I-III      


Office Hours [DM 341 D]:

Mondays and Fridays: 2:30-4:00, and by appointment. 

Phone/Voice Mail: 305-348-3350

Mailbox Location: DM 340 A (room open 9:00-5:00).   

The Philosophy Department's Senior Secretary is Ms. Ivonne Carrasco, and she can be reached at 305-348-2185. 

Paper Topics and Sample Exam Questions:

Throughout the semester paper topic assignments and sample exam questions will be posted below:  

First Paper Topics Second Paper Topics Sample Midterm Questions Third Paper Topics Sample Final Exam Questions

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