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I'm hoping to be teaching a Special Topics course this summer (2017-2018), and it might be on topics from Philosophy of the Cosmos. (Or it might be on philosophy of statistics, or something else - not sure yet - sorry.)

It'll be a 3000-level course, and I'm not sure yet (sorry) exactly who will be allowed to enrol in it. Possibly first-years won't be allowed (except for PhB first-years), although I hope they will. We'll see.

I'll put more information here as I get it.

Jason


Admin notes for myself:

"Students need to be given a project title,abstract, and assessment schedule. You need to assign marks to each task: assignments ( 40%?), seminar (30%?), written report (30%?). And students need to invest at least 120-130 hours (6 credit points) to this project."


Any more news about the Special Topics course?

:-)

Craig


No more news yet. Do you want to be in on it? That might be possible.

Jason


Would very much like that, if I meet the requirements!

I'm taking PHIL2012 Buddhist Philosophy, second semester. This means I''l have completed two 2000 level philosophy courses.

Craig
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Yes, that sounds fine. I'm not sure yet that it'll be happening, but we'll keep in touch.

Jason


Thanks. Fingers crossed.

Craig