UNDERGRADUATE COURSES

taught by Prof. Hugh J. Silverman

Hugh J. Silverman, Professor of Philosophy, and Comparative Literary and Cultural Studies

Department of Philosophy| Office: Harriman Hall 203 | Office Telepone: 631-632-7592 | E-mail: hugh.silverman@stonybrook.edu

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YEAR
COURSE NUMBER
COURSE TITLE
MEETING TIMES
ROOM
TEACHING ASSISTANTS
COURSE DESCRIPTIONS
TEXTS
LECTURE SUMMARIES / PROTOCOLS
OFFICE HOURS

Harriman 203

TEL: 631-632-7592

ACADEMIC YEAR 2012-13
Spring 2013 PHI 110-B ARTS AND IDEAS

TU-TH 5:30 - 6:50 p.m

 

Amann Ahmad <amann.ahmad@yahoo.com>Douglas La Rocca <douglarocca@gmail.com>
Eileen Quaranto <Eileenmq@gmail.com>

Course Description

Syllabus / Schedule of Readings

  none TUES3:30 - 5:00 and by app't
Spring 2013 PHI 402 LYOTARD'S AESTHETIC THEORY

MON 7:00 -9:50 pm

    Syllabus / Schedule of Readings

Lyotard: Discourse, Figure. also Phenomenolgyand Toward the Postmodern

  TUES3:30 - 5:00 and by app't
Fall 2012 PHI 381-G

AESTHETICS:

CONTEMPORARY EUROPEAN AESTHETIC THEORY

TU-TH

5:30 - 6:50 p.m

Solzberg Library, Harriman Hall 218

Bart Slaninka

Amman Ahmad

Edward Curry

Course Description / Syllabus / Schedule of Readings   Lecture Summaries

TUES3:30 - 5:00 and by app't

                     
ACADEMIC YEAR 2011-12            
SPRING 2012 GLS 102.19 EUROPEAN CITIES OF CULTURE TUES 5:20 - 7:20 Solzberg Library, Harriman Hall 218 Doug La Rocca Course Description / Syllabus / Schedule of Readings    

WEDS

3:30 - 5:00 and by app't

SPRING 2012 PHI 435

SENIOR SEMINAR:

RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE PHILOSOPHER

WED 5:20 - 8:10 p.m.

 

CHEM 128   Course Description / Syllabus / Schedule of Readings (rev 13 Feb)  

Protocols

Text Questions

WEDS

3:30 - 5:00 and by app't

FALL 2011 PHI 381-G

AESTHETICS:

CONTEMPORARY EUROPEAN AESTHETIC THEORY

TU-TH

5:20 - 6:40 p.m

 

SB UNION 237

 

Thomas C. Was & Matthew De La Torre

TUES

3:30 - 5:00 and by app't

FALL 2011 PHI 420 PHILOSOPHIES OF DERRIDA

Mon 6:50 - 9:50 and by app't

 

Solzberg Library, Harriman Hall 218  

Course Description / Syllabus / Schedule of Readings

 

Documents - Geschlecht IV Lecture Summaries / Protocols  
ACADEMIC YEAR 2010-11            

SPRING

2011 CLT 363

POSTMODERNISMS

  Solzberg Library, Harriman Hall 218  

Course Description

   
FALL 2010 PHI 381-G

AESTHETICS

CONTEMPORARY EUROPEAN AESTHETIC THEORY

  SB UNION 237 Thomas C. Was & Madiha Hamdi

Course Description

Lecture Summaries / Protocols  
ACADEMIC YEAR 2009-10 (see below)            
                     
                     
                     
                     

 
 

 

ACADEMIC YEAR 2009-10

FALL SEMESTER 2009

 

PHILOSOPHY 381-G

AESTHETICS

CONTEMPORARY EUROPEAN AESTHETIC THEORY

[PDF VERSION]

TUES -THURS 5:20 - 6:40 p.m - (PHYSICS 113)

OFFICE HOURS: Tues 3:30 - 5:00 and by app't

[office: Harriman 203; tel: 631-632-7592]


 

 

 

ACADEMIC YEAR 2008-09

FALL SEMESTER 2008

 

PHILOSOPHY 381-G

AESTHETICS

CONTEMPORARY EUROPEAN AESTHETIC THEORY

[PDF VERSION]

TUES -THURS 5:20 - 6:40 p.m

SB UNION 237

OFFICE HOURS:

Tues 3:30 - 5:00 and by app't

[office: Harriman 203; tel: 631-632-7592]


 

 

 

ACADEMIC YEAR 2007-08

FALL SEMESTER 2007

 

PHILOSOPHY 435

SENIOR SEMINAR

CONTINENTAL PHILOSOPHY TODAY:

THE QUESTION OF RESPONSIBILITY

AND THE RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE PHILOSOPHER

MONDAYS 6:30 - 9:30 p.m.

OFFICE HOURS: WED 5:30 - 7:30 pm and by app't

[office: Harriman 203; tel: 631-632-7592]


 

ON SABBATICAL - SPRING 2008

 

ACADEMIC YEAR 2006-07

FALL SEMESTER 2006

 

PHILOSOPHY 381

CONTEMPORARY EUROPEAN AESTHETIC THEORY

TUESDAYS AND THURSDAYS 5:20-6:40 p.m.

OFFICE HOURS: TUES 3-5 and by app't

[office tel: 631-632-7592]


 

 

ACADEMIC YEAR 2005-06

SPRING SEMESTER 2006

 

PHILOSOPHY 312

CONTEMPORARY EUROPEAN THOUGHT -- DERRIDA UN-LIMITED

MONDAYS AND WEDNESDAYS 5:20-6:40 p.m.

OFFICE HOURS: WED 3-5 and by app't

[office tel: 631-632-7592]


Course Description and Requirements

Schedule of Readings

Texts

Protocols: Lecture Summaries

 

 

FALL SEMESTER 2005

 

PHILOSOPHY 110

ARTS AND IDEAS

TUESDAYS AND THURSDAYS 5:20-6:40 p.m.

Harriman Hall - Room 104

OFFICE HOURS: TUES 3-5 and by app't

[office tel: 631-632-7592]


Course Description and Requirements

Schedule of Readings

Texts

 

 

ACADEMIC YEAR 2004-05

FALL SEMESTER 2004

 

PHILOSOPHY 347

HERMENEUTICS AND DECONSTRUCTION


Course Description and Requirements

Schedule of Readings

Protocols

 

 

ACADEMIC YEAR 2003-04

FALL SEMESTER 2003

 

HUMANITIES 109 / PHILOSOPHY 109

PHILOSOPHY AND LITERATURE IN SOCIAL CONTEXT

Syllabus

ACADEMIC YEAR 2002-03

SPRING SEMESTER 2003

 

HUMANITIES 109 / PHILOSOPHY 109

PHILOSOPHY AND LITERATURE IN SOCIAL CONTEXT

Syllabus

 

Untitled Document

 

 

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