Philip Corkum

Associate Professor, Faculty of Arts - Philosophy Dept


Associate Professor, Faculty of Arts - Philosophy Dept


PHIL 102 - Introduction to Philosophy: Knowledge and Reality

An introduction to the classical problems of philosophy through study and critical discussion of selected philosophical classics and contemporary works. Emphasis will be placed on questions of the nature and extent of human knowledge and classic problems about the nature of reality and our place in it.

PHIL 200 - Metaphysics

Basic questions concerning the nature of reality. Topics may include existence, materialism and idealism, freedom and determinism, appearance and reality, causality, identity, time and space, universals and particulars.

PHIL 333 - Aristotle

An in-depth study of the philosophy of Aristotle.

PHIL 400 - Topics in Metaphysics

Prerequisite: At least 6 units in PHIL, 3 units of which must be at the 200-level, or consent of Department.

PHIL 498 - Honors Essay

Preparation of the honors essay, required in the fourth year of the Honors program.

PHIL 500 - Metaphysics

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