Christine M. Korsgaard
Teaching

 




2018-2019:

Fall:

Philosophy 172: The History of Modern Moral Philosophy
Lecture Course, MWF 12:00-1:00
Emerson 108

Philosophy 274: The Good
Seminar, Wednesdays 3:00-500
Emerson 310

Philosophy 311: Workshop in Moral and Political Philosophy
Mondays 3:00-5:00

Office Hours:
Thursdays 2:00-4:00

I am no longer teaching in the Spring Semesters.


Courses (The links will take you to the most recent course syllabus):

In recent years I have regularly taught lecture courses on:

Philosophy 168: Kant's Ethical Theory

Philosophy 172: The History of Modern Moral Philosophy

Philosophy 174: Recent Ethical Theory

Philosophy 174: Animals and Ethics


In 2013-2014, I taught a seminar on Aristotle's Ethics:


Philosophy 207z: Seminar on Aristotle's Ethics


In 2008-2009, I taught seminars on:

Philosophy 268z: Contemporary Kantian Ethical Theory
Philosophy 274: Philosophy of Action


In 2005-2006, I taught seminars on:

Philosophy 274z: Contemporary Ethical Theory

Philosophy 275z: Practical Reason


Some other courses I have taught in the past include:

Seminar on Action
Seminar on Kant's Religious and Political Philosophy
Personal Identity
Plato's Middle Dialogues
Rawls's Theory of Justice



Starting in 2016-2017, I will be teaching in the Fall Semesters only. I will still be working with graduate students full time.





 

 

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