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Welcome to Philosophy 102!

This is the main website for this course, though at times you’ll find links to collaborative documents we may work on together in class. You can find the syllabus here, lecture notes, assignment instructions, and more–just go to the top menu.

For what, exactly, to read week to week (as well as optional resources you could take a look at), please see the “weekly schedule” in the top menu.



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