PHIL 740.001 – Advanced Studies in Philosophy of Mind
Instructor: Carla Merino-Rajme. This course meets R 1:00 – 3:30 p.m. in CW 213.
This course will focus on the phenomenology of time, paying some attention to papers that attempt to draw metaphysical consequences, either about the nature of time or about the nature of the mind, from phenomenological considerations. Some questions we will be asking include: How do we experience time? What features of time do we experience? How is our experience itself temporally structured? Can we draw consequences from the phenomenology of time to the metaphysics of time? Can we draw consequences from the phenomenology of time to the metaphysics of experience? We will focus on recent papers addressing these and related questions.
PHIL graduate students: Please refer to #9 in our Handbook for further information regarding distribution requirements.
Permission of the instructor is required to enroll in this course. PHIL grad students are exempt from this enrollment requirement.