Daniel Singer

Daniel Singer
  • Associate Professor of Philosophy

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All Courses

  • LGIC1710 - Intro Logic

    This course provides an introduction to some of the fundamental ideas of logic. Topics will include truth functional logic, quantificational logic, and logical decision problems.

  • PHIL1000 - Intro to Philosophy

    Philosophers ask difficult questions about the most basic issues in human life. Does God exist? What can we know about the world? What does it mean to have a mind? How should I treat non-human animals? Do I have free will? This course is an introduction to some of these questions and to the methods philosophers have developed for thinking clearly about them.

  • PHIL1710 - Intro Logic

    This course provides an introduction to some of the fundamental ideas of logic. Topics will include truth functional logic, quantificational logic, and logical decision problems.

  • PHIL2620 - Intro Epist and Metaphysics

    Two basic assumptions of academic research are that there are truths and we can know them. Epistemology is the study of knowledge, what it is, how it is produced, and how we can have it. Metaphysics, the study of the basic constituents of reality, the study of being as such. In this introduction to metaphysics and epistemology, we will ask hard questions about the nature of reality and knowledge. No philosophy background is required for this course.

  • PHIL3330 - Topics in Ethics

    This seminar for philosophy majors will cover selected topics in ethics. The content will vary from semester to semester.

  • PHIL4998 - Directed Honors Research

    Open only to senior majors in philosophy. Student arranges with a faculty member to do an honors thesis on a suitable topic.

  • PHIL5620 - Topics in Epistemology

    This seminar will cover topics of interest to contemporary epistemologists. Possible topics may include skepticism, accounts of knowledge and justification, virtue epistemology, formal epistemology, social epistemology, feminist epistemology, meta-epistemology and epistemic normativity.

  • PHIL5710 - Intro Logic

    This graduate-level course provides an introduction to some of the fundamental ideas of logic. Topics will include truth functional logic, quantificational logic, and logical decision problems.

  • PHIL6000 - Proseminar

    An intensive seminar for first-year doctoral students, with readings drawn from recent and contemporary eistemology and metaphysics, broadly construed. Students will develop their abilities to present and discuss philosophical texts, and to write and revise their own papers.

  • PHIL7000 - Dissertation Workshop

    Registration required for all third-year doctoral students. Third-year students and beyond attend and present their dissertation work or their preliminary exam prospectus. From time to time, topics pertaining to professional development and dissertation writing will be discussed.

  • PHIL9998 - Teaching Practicum

    Supervised teaching experience. Four semesters are required of all Doctoral students in philosophy.

  • PHIL9999 - Independent Study

    Directed readings in consultation with individual faculty members.

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