2021-2022 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
    Jun 19, 2024  
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PHIL 3500 - Applied Experimental Philosophy


4 Semester Hours
A personalized project-oriented course in which a student works closely with the instructor on a research question of their own interest Students will draw from various methods of applied philosophy, including empirical experiments, field observations, subject interviews, quantitative; qualitative textual analysis, possibility gridding,; conceptual/logical analysis Recent projects have addressed topics in medicine, law, politics, psychology,; evolutionary theory, including government food aid; obesity, how to measure trust, moral psychology of liberal; conservative thought, faking mental illness, cognitive science of literature, the history of physical illness; the anti-vaccination movement May be combined with Honors Projects Permission of instructor required



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