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CORRECTION: Turns out we’re able to switch 2200 and 4300 so that the original flyer and online postings for Spring 2017 are correct. The few students who are already enrolled will be contacted.

The flyer we’ve circulated and posted advertising the philosophy classes to be offered in the spring wrongly switches the times of two classes: PHIL 2200 (Logic) will meet T/Th 12:00-1:15, and PHIL 4300 (Epistemology) will meet T/Th 3:00-4:15. Unfortunately, this means students will have to choose between taking Justin Clark’s Virtue Ethics seminar, and taking Huenemann’s Epistemology. If you’re caught in the conflict, talk with one of the professors – they may be able to offer some helpful advice.


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