Eric Swanson

Eric Swanson
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Department of Philosophy

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I'm currently teaching Problems of Philosophy (syllabus here) and Introduction to Symbolic Logic (syllabus here). Next semester I'll be teaching a graduate seminar (Phil 550) on social and political philosophy of language, on Mondays from 4:10 to 6:30 (flyer here).

My office hours are 10:30 to 11:30 on Tuesdays and Thursdays, and by appointment, and my office is 2259 Angell Hall.

Some syllabi

Philosophy and Narrative (Phil 158)
Introductory Logic (Phil 180)
Problems of Philosophy (Phil 232)
Honors Introduction to Philosophy (Phil 297)
Introduction to Symbolic Logic (Phil 303)
Introduction to Formal Philosophical Methods (Phil 305)
Language and Mind (Phil 345)
Causation, Responsibility, and the Force of Language in The Brothers Karamazov (Phil 402)
Philosophy of Language (Phil 409)
Fall 2007 Graduate Proseminar (with Allan Gibbard)
Fall 2014 Graduate Proseminar
Underdetermination (graduate seminar)
The Analysis, Representation, and Ascription of Belief (graduate seminar)
Discourse Constraints on Anaphora (graduate seminar, with Ezra Keshet)