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philosophy

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Andreas Avgousti (10 reviews)

Max Hayward (2 reviews)

Yoshi Nakazawa (1 review)

Suzanne Schneider Reich (2 reviews)

David Wolfe (5 reviews)

Cheryl Mendelson (6 reviews)

Katharine McIntyre (3 reviews)

Justin Clarke Doane (4 reviews)

Matthew Slater (2 reviews)

Katharine McIntyre (1 review)

Robert Neer (8 reviews)

Iman Bhullar (1 review)

Sebastian Watzl (1 review)

Jeffrey Helzner (14 reviews)

Alan Gabbey (20 reviews)

Chloe Layman (4 reviews)

Usha Nathan (2 reviews)

David Albert (32 reviews)

Adam Cannon (80 reviews)

Natalie Hejduk (1 review)

Dhananjay Jagannathan (1 review)

Christine Marie Susienka (2 reviews)

Stephanie Beardman (18 reviews)

Karen Benezra (4 reviews)

Naomi Dershowitz (1 review)

Doron Avital (3 reviews)

Isabel Lerer (1 review)

Nicholas Engel (3 reviews)

Sidney Felder (4 reviews)

Jonathan Daniel Fine (1 review)

Kyle Driggers (3 reviews)

Christia Mercer (56 reviews)

Michele Moody-Adams (19 reviews)

Jeffrey Blustein (4 reviews)

Carol Rovane (13 reviews)

Akeel Bilgrami (28 reviews)

Christopher Peacocke (3 reviews)

Mark Berger (5 reviews)

Suzanne Schneider (4 reviews)

Lydia Goehr (26 reviews)

Patricia Rohrer (2 reviews)

Howard Darmstadter (1 review)

Harro Mueller (2 reviews)

Chris Moffett (1 review)

Francey Russell (2 reviews)

Axel Honneth (2 reviews)

E'mett McCaskill (37 reviews)

Haim Gaifman (13 reviews)

Jeffrey Lax (32 reviews)

Bernard Berofsky (14 reviews)

Sara Ede (1 review)

Jonathan Neufeld (0 reviews)

Isaac Levi (1 review)

Anubav Vasudevan (2 reviews)

Anthony Corsentino (11 reviews)

Andrew Franklin-Hall (1 review)

Jonathan James Lawhead (5 reviews)

Andrew Cross (4 reviews)

Matt Moss (1 review)

Sirine Shebaya (4 reviews)

John Collins (45 reviews)

Oran Moked (5 reviews)

Arthur Kuflik (4 reviews)

Robert Guay (2 reviews)

Ariadna Pop (1 review)

Patricia Kitcher (17 reviews)

Katja Vogt (36 reviews)

Javad Lavaei (2 reviews)

Daniel Rothschild (5 reviews)

Evan Neely (15 reviews)

Natasha Gill (10 reviews)

Philip Kitcher (23 reviews)

Thomas Pogge (3 reviews)

John Loike (8 reviews)

David Sidorsky (33 reviews)

Thimo Heisenberg (3 reviews)

Souleymane Diagne (4 reviews)

Billy McCarthy (1 review)

Jonah Hassenfeld (1 review)

John Morrison (12 reviews)

Ivan Welty (3 reviews)

Taylor Carman (40 reviews)

Karen Lewis (12 reviews)

Achille Varzi (30 reviews)

Frederick Neuhouser (20 reviews)

Veli Yashin (2 reviews)

Katalin Makkai (12 reviews)

Borhane Blili Hamelin (2 reviews)

Jason Hill (6 reviews)

James Stillwaggon (0 reviews)

Tamar Lando (7 reviews)

Wolfgang Mann (35 reviews)

Joshua New (14 reviews)

Macalester Bell (19 reviews)

Elliot Paul (6 reviews)

  • 19th Century Philosophy: Hegel to Nietzsche
  • 20th Century European Philosophy
  • 20th Century Philosophy
  • Aesthetics and Ethics
  • Aesthetics: Historical Survey
  • Aristotle
  • Autonomy and Alienation
  • Bioethics
  • Contemporary Moral Problems
  • Darwin
  • Democracy, Disagreement & Toleration
  • Departmental Advisor
  • Direction of Time
  • Dumbdown
  • Early Modern Philosophy
  • Economics/Philosophy Seminar
  • Elementary Logic
  • Epistemology
  • Ethics
  • Ethics
  • Ethics
  • Ethics
  • Ethics
  • Ethics
  • Ethics and Medicine
  • European Social Philosophy
  • European Social Philosophy
  • Existentialism
  • Explanation and Induction
  • Formal Logic
  • Free Will and Responsibility
  • Hegel
  • Hegel's Phenomenology of Spirit
  • Heidegger OR Phenomenology and Existentialism
  • Hermeneutics, History, and the Human Sciences
  • History of Philosophy II: Aquinas to Kant
  • History of Philosophy III: Hegel to Heidegger or Kant to Nietzsche
  • History of Philosophy I: Pre-Socratics to Augustine
  • Human Rights and Social Justice
  • Industrialism to Modernity
  • Introduction to Logic
  • Introduction to Logic
  • Introduction to Philosophy
  • Introduction to Symbolic Logic
  • Intro to Logic
  • Islamic Philosophy
  • Kant
  • Kierkegaard
  • Law, Liberty, and Morality
  • Logic
  • Major Seminar in Philosophy: Analytic Philosophy
  • Major Seminar in Philosophy: Subjects of Consciousness
  • Math Logic I
  • Math Logic II
  • Metaphysics
  • Methods and Problems of Philosophical Thought
  • Mind and Morals
  • Modal Logic
  • Morality, Self, and Society
  • Moral Philosophy
  • Nietzsche (Seminar)
  • Non-Classical Logic
  • Perception
  • Philosophy and Feminism
  • Philosophy and Human Existence
  • Philosophy of Art
  • Philosophy of Education
  • Philosophy of Education
  • Philosophy of History
  • Philosophy of Language
  • Philosophy of Language
  • Philosophy of Language and Mind
  • Philosophy of Law
  • Philosophy of Law
  • Philosophy of Law
  • Philosophy of Mathematics
  • Philosophy of Music Seminar
  • Philosophy of Psychology
  • Philosophy of Science
  • Physics and Philosophy
  • Plato
  • Political Philosophy
  • Probability and Induction
  • Psychology and Philosophy of the Human Experience
  • Rational Choice
  • Recent European Philosophy
  • Science and Religion
  • Seminar: Ethics
  • Seminar: Political Philosophy
  • Senior Seminar (Perception)
  • Social and Political Philosophy
  • Special Topics in Epistemic Logic
  • Symbolic Logic
  • Theory of Knowledge
  • The Philosophy of Space and Time
  • Topics in Moral Philosophy
  • Truth, Value, and Knowledge
  • Varieties of Liberalism
  • What is Philosophy?
  • May 2021

    not to be dramatic but this is the best class I've ever taken. I took it my first semester of college and have seriously used the stuff I learned from Prof Mercer in every class since! It truly gives you a framework that you can apply to everything and makes you see the world differently. Whenever anyone asks me for a class rec I always say Phil and Fem. Not to mention Prof Mercer is kind and hilarious and a genius. I love that woman!! If you are debating between this and an intro WGSS class I would say take this— gave me a very comprehensive foundation for gender studies classes and I don't think any other professor can compete w/ Mercer in this area. PLEASE COLUMBIA MAKE THIS A PART OF THE CORE!!

    May 2021

    not to be dramatic but this is the best class I've ever taken. I took it my first semester of college and have seriously used the stuff I learned from Prof Mercer in every class since! It truly gives you a framework that you can apply to everything and makes you see the world differently. Whenever anyone asks me for a class rec I always say Phil and Fem. Not to mention Prof Mercer is kind and hilarious and a genius. I love that woman!! If you are debating between this and an intro WGSS class I would say take this— gave me a very comprehensive foundation for gender studies classes and I don't think any other professor can compete w/ Mercer in this area. PLEASE COLUMBIA MAKE THIS A PART OF THE CORE!!

    May 2021

    not to be dramatic but this is the best class I've ever taken. I took it my first semester of college and have seriously used the stuff I learned from Prof Mercer in every class since! It truly gives you a framework that you can apply to everything and makes you see the world differently. Whenever anyone asks me for a class rec I always say Phil and Fem. Not to mention Prof Mercer is kind and hilarious and a genius. I love that woman!! If you are debating between this and an intro WGSS class I would say take this— gave me a very comprehensive foundation for gender studies classes and I don't think any other professor can compete w/ Mercer in this area. PLEASE COLUMBIA MAKE THIS A PART OF THE CORE!!

    May 2021

    Moody-Adams is a true badass. She is a fascinating and very kind woman who never runs out of interesting stories about famous philosophers she's worked with. She starts every lecture with a piece of artwork that connects to the material and overall tries hard to be engaging. My only critique (this may be specific for the online format because I know she usually holds exams differently) is that her assignments are both laborious and unnecessarily hard/complicated. I loved the class and paid a solid amount of attention, but no matter the effort I put in I was not prepared for the essays/midterms/finals. I know some other students who had a really positive experience but even they admitted that they were unnecessarily complicated. Honestly, I think moody-Adams does it because she really does care if you learn and makes you workkk for it. Like she expects you to be graduate student level... my friend went to office hours and asked a basic question and she was super unresponsive basically saying you should already know that. TLDR; she's one of the coolest professors I've ever had but her online format exams were tedious and unnecessary

    May 2021

    Moody-Adams is a true badass. She is a fascinating and very kind woman who never runs out of interesting stories about famous philosophers she's worked with. She starts every lecture with a piece of artwork that connects to the material and overall tries hard to be engaging. My only critique (this may be specific for the online format because I know she usually holds exams differently) is that her assignments are both laborious and unnecessarily hard/complicated. I loved the class and paid a solid amount of attention, but no matter the effort I put in I was not prepared for the essays/midterms/finals. I know some other students who had a really positive experience but even they admitted that they were unnecessarily complicated. Honestly, I think moody-Adams does it because she really does care if you learn and makes you workkk for it. Like she expects you to be graduate student level... my friend went to office hours and asked a basic question and she was super unresponsive basically saying you should already know that. TLDR; she's one of the coolest professors I've ever had but her online format exams were tedious and unnecessary