Mind and Nature in German Idealism, a graduate course

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I’m very excited to teach a 10-week online course at CIIS next semester (Spring 2017, running from Jan – Mar) called Mind and Nature in German Idealism. The course includes readings and lectures on Kant, Fichte, Goethe, Hegel, and Schelling. Note that you do not need to be enrolled in a graduate program at CIIS in order to take the course. You can also apply for “special student” status (if you want the 2 units of credit), or you can audit (if you don’t care about the academic credit). Contact me if you have any questions (msegall@ciis.edu).

Here is the tentative syllabus.

5 Replies to “Mind and Nature in German Idealism, a graduate course”

  1. I wish I would have known the course was online 😦 I would have enrolled if I knew it was. I just assumed it was in person, at CIIS.

    Do you know if you might be teaching a class of this sort online in the future, Matthew?

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