American Philosophy
Robert Lane, Ph.D.
PHIL 3120 | Spring 2015

Office: TLC 2247
Office Hours:
 M: 9-9:45am; 11am-1:45pm; 3:30-4pm
 W: 9-9:45am; 11am-12pm; 1-1:45pm; 3:30-4pm
 F: 8:45-9:45am; 11am-1pm
 and by appointment

  Email: rlane "at" westga "dot" edu
My office telephone: (678) 839-4745
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   (678) 839-6512

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Syllabus
(revised 2/25/2015)

Test Archive

NEW: Study Guide for Exam 1

  Response Paper Instructions
(revised 2/25/2015)

Term Paper Instructions

Writing a Philosophy Paper



Lecture Notes

Lecture Notes corresponding to each day's class will usually be posted within two hours of the end of class.

February 16: James 4: "Pragmatism's Conception of Truth"

February 11: James 3: "What Pragmatism Means"

February 9: James 2: "The Present Dilemma in Philosophy"; "What Pragmatism Means"

February 4: Peirce 8: "How to Make Our Ideas Clear"; James 1: "The Present Dilemma in Philosophhy"

February 2: Peirce 7: "How to Make Our Ideas Clear"

January 28: Peirce 6: "Fixation of Belief"; "How to Make Our Ideas Clear"

January 26: Peirce 5: "Fixation of Belief"

January 21: Peirce 4: "Fixation of Belief"

January 14: Peirce 3: "Some Consequences of Four Incapacities" (Peirce vs. Descartes); "Fixation of Belief"

January 12: Peirce 2: "Some Consequences of Four Incapacities" (Peirce vs. Descartes)

January 7: Peirce 1: "Some Consequences of Four Incapacities" (Peirce vs. Descartes)

January 5: Introduction to Pragmatism





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