Philosophy Edit

Summary

Level of Description
Sub-Group
Language
English

Dates

  • 1981-2004 (Creation)

Extents

  • 2 Boxes (Whole)

Subjects

Notes

  • Abstract

    Collection of materials pertaining to the Philosophy Department.

  • Abstract

    Arts and Sciences; Philosophy; Course Syllabi, 1981-2000, Box 1 [17A-A-2A] Files:

    1. Fall Semester, 1981-82

    2. Second Semester 1981-82

    3. First Semester, 1982-83

    4. Second Semester, 1982-83

    5. First Semester, 1983-84

    6. Second Semester, 1983-84

    7. First Semester, 1984-85

    8. Second Semester, 1984-85

    9. First Semester, 1985-86

    10. Second Semester, 1985-86

    11. First Semester, 1986-87

    12. Second Semester, 1986-87

    13. First Semester, 1987-88

    14. Second Semester, 1987-88

    15. First Semester, 1988-89

    16. Second Semester, 1988-89

    17. First Semester, 1989-90

    18. Second Semester, 1989-90

    19. First Semester, 1990-91

    20. Second Semester, 1990-91

    21. First Semester, 1991-92

    22. Second Semester, 1991-92

    23. First Semester, 1992-93

    24. Second Semester, 1992-93

    25. Summer 1993

    26. First Semester, 1993-94

    27. Second Semester, 1993-94

    28. First Semester, 1994-95

    29. Second Semester, 1994-95

    30. First Semester, 1995-96

    31. Second Semester, 1995-96

    32. First Semester, 1996-97

    33. Second Semester 1996-97

    34. First Semester, 1997-98

    35. Second Semester, 1997-98

    36. First Semester, 1998-99

    37. Second Semester, 1998-99

    38. First Semester, 1999-2000

    39. Second Semester, 1999-2000

    Arts and Sciences; Philosophy; Philosophy Course Syllabi, 2000-2004, Box 2 [17A-F-1B] Files:

    1. First Semester, 2000-01

    2. Second Semester, 2000-01

    3. First Semester, 2001-02

    4. Second Semester, 2001-02

    5. First Semester, 2002-03

    6. Second Semester, 2002-03

    7. First Semester, 2003-04

    8. Second Semester, 2003-04

  • Conditions Governing Access

    Materials do circulate and may only be used in the archives.

  • Conditions Governing Use

    Unpublished manuscripts are protected by copyright. Permission to publish, quote, or reproduce must be secured from the repository and the copyright holder.

  • Preferred Citation

    Miami University Libraries. Miami University Archives. Philosophy Department. Oxford, Ohio

  • Other Descriptive Information

    http://archives.lib.miamioh.edu/show_subCat2.php?subCat1_id=503&&subCat1_name=Philosophy&&cat_id=10&&cat_name=Arts%20and%20Science

  • Biographical / Historical

    The department of Philosophy at Miami offers a broad range of courses and research opportunities for both undergraduate and graduate students. They are committed to a pluralistic outlook and offer courses in Analytic, Continental, and Non-Western philosophy, with the history of philosophy emphasized as the common ground of all of these. For undergraduates, the department offers a major and two minors (in History of Philosophy and in Ethics), as well as three Thematic Sequences.

    The College of Arts and Science (CAS) is at the center of Miami's liberal arts curriculum. Over 75% of the liberal arts courses completed by all Miami students are taught in the college. Many students come to Miami without choosing a major. The college is the initial "home" for these students.

    Mission Statement: The mission of the College of Arts and Science is to develop in our students the knowledge and skills for success in a dynamic, global society and to foster excellence in creativity and research.

    Students and faculty in CAS study, teach, and conduct research in the sciences, mathematics, languages, humanities, social sciences, and interdisciplinary programs. They provide a liberal arts education that prepares students for professional programs, graduate school, or careers in business and industry, government, education, and service organizations.

  • Scope and Contents

    Collection is comprised of course syllabi.

  • Physical Location

    Miami University Archives, King Library, 3rd Floor, Walter Havighurst Special Collections, Miami University, Oxford, Ohio

External Documents

Instances

  • Type
    Text
    Container 1 Type
    Box
    Container 1 Indicator
    1; Course Syllabi, 1981-2000; 17A-A-2A
  • Type
    Text
    Container 1 Type
    Box
    Container 1 Indicator
    2; Course Syllabi, 2000-2004; 17A-F-1B

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