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kant's ethical theory (phil 168) (3-6h 64%, 7-10 36%) (M/W/F 12 - 1)
stat 110 (M/W 1:30 - 2:45)
critique of pure reason (phil 129) (>3h 15%, 3-6h 62%, 7-10h 23%) (T/T 10:30 - 11:45)
soc stu 10a (3-6h 45%, 7-10h 55%) (Tue 12:45 - 2:45)
Math 21a
Goethe and Faust (W 3-5)

history 14v (benjamin) (W 9:45 - 11:45)
metaethics (phil 173) (3-6h 93%) (T/T 12 - 1:15)
frege, russell, early wittgenstein (phil 141) (3-6h 64%, 7-10 27%) (T/T 1:30 - 2:45)

german social thought (3-6h 40%, 7-10h 60%) ("Not Offered")
Religion 1044 (political theology) ("Not Offered)
Religion 1471 (Christian ethics, power, persuasion) (Unable to find)

kafka in paris
21b
history 1333 (hegel and marx)
stat 111
Religion 1543 (Critique of religion in 1800s)
19th century philosophy
later wittgenstein
later heidegger (where?)
modal logic (where?)
soc stu 10b
soc stu 40 (socstu philosophy)
histsci 179 (freudian century)

B+T
Page 2: "in our time we deem it progressive to give our approval to metaphysics again" - But why? Quine only published TDOE three decades later, and Heidegger is writing alongside the logical positivists, who hate metaphysics.
Page 23: "there lies a priori an enigma" - What is the enigma? Being?
Page 24: "But all inquiry about something is somehow a questioning of something" - Why? Not sure why Heidegger can just assert this.
Page 25: "these constitutive factors" - What exactly is this referring to?

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<table class="highlighttable"><tr><td class="linenos"><div class="linenodiv"><pre><a href="#L-1"> 1</a> <a href="#L-2"> 2</a> <a href="#L-3"> 3</a> <a href="#L-4"> 4</a> <a href="#L-5"> 5</a> <a href="#L-6"> 6</a> <a href="#L-7"> 7</a> <a href="#L-8"> 8</a> <a href="#L-9"> 9</a> <a href="#L-10">10</a> <a href="#L-11">11</a> <a href="#L-12">12</a> <a href="#L-13">13</a> <a href="#L-14">14</a> <a href="#L-15">15</a> <a href="#L-16">16</a> <a href="#L-17">17</a> <a href="#L-18">18</a> <a href="#L-19">19</a> <a href="#L-20">20</a> <a href="#L-21">21</a> <a href="#L-22">22</a> <a href="#L-23">23</a> <a href="#L-24">24</a> <a href="#L-25">25</a> <a href="#L-26">26</a> <a href="#L-27">27</a> <a href="#L-28">28</a> <a href="#L-29">29</a> <a href="#L-30">30</a> <a href="#L-31">31</a> <a href="#L-32">32</a> <a href="#L-33">33</a> <a href="#L-34">34</a> <a href="#L-35">35</a></pre></div></td><td class="code"><div class="highlight"><pre><span></span><span id="L-1"><a name="L-1"></a>kant&#39;s ethical theory (phil 168) (3-6h 64%, 7-10 36%) (M/W/F 12 - 1) </span><span id="L-2"><a name="L-2"></a>stat 110 (M/W 1:30 - 2:45) </span><span id="L-3"><a name="L-3"></a>critique of pure reason (phil 129) (&gt;3h 15%, 3-6h 62%, 7-10h 23%) (T/T 10:30 - 11:45) </span><span id="L-4"><a name="L-4"></a>soc stu 10a (3-6h 45%, 7-10h 55%) (Tue 12:45 - 2:45) </span><span id="L-5"><a name="L-5"></a>Math 21a </span><span id="L-6"><a name="L-6"></a>Goethe and Faust (W 3-5) </span><span id="L-7"><a name="L-7"></a> </span><span id="L-8"><a name="L-8"></a>history 14v (benjamin) (W 9:45 - 11:45) </span><span id="L-9"><a name="L-9"></a>metaethics (phil 173) (3-6h 93%) (T/T 12 - 1:15) </span><span id="L-10"><a name="L-10"></a>frege, russell, early wittgenstein (phil 141) (3-6h 64%, 7-10 27%) (T/T 1:30 - 2:45) </span><span id="L-11"><a name="L-11"></a> </span><span id="L-12"><a name="L-12"></a>german social thought (3-6h 40%, 7-10h 60%) (&quot;Not Offered&quot;) </span><span id="L-13"><a name="L-13"></a>Religion 1044 (political theology) (&quot;Not Offered) </span><span id="L-14"><a name="L-14"></a>Religion 1471 (Christian ethics, power, persuasion) (Unable to find) </span><span id="L-15"><a name="L-15"></a> </span><span id="L-16"><a name="L-16"></a>kafka in paris </span><span id="L-17"><a name="L-17"></a>21b </span><span id="L-18"><a name="L-18"></a>history 1333 (hegel and marx) </span><span id="L-19"><a name="L-19"></a>stat 111 </span><span id="L-20"><a name="L-20"></a>Religion 1543 (Critique of religion in 1800s) </span><span id="L-21"><a name="L-21"></a>19th century philosophy </span><span id="L-22"><a name="L-22"></a>later wittgenstein </span><span id="L-23"><a name="L-23"></a>later heidegger (where?) </span><span id="L-24"><a name="L-24"></a>modal logic (where?) </span><span id="L-25"><a name="L-25"></a>soc stu 10b </span><span id="L-26"><a name="L-26"></a>soc stu 40 (socstu philosophy) </span><span id="L-27"><a name="L-27"></a>histsci 179 (freudian century) </span><span id="L-28"><a name="L-28"></a> </span><span id="L-29"><a name="L-29"></a>B+T </span><span id="L-30"><a name="L-30"></a>Page 2: &quot;in our time we deem it progressive to give our approval to metaphysics again&quot; - But why? Quine only published TDOE three decades later, and Heidegger is writing alongside the logical positivists, who hate metaphysics. </span><span id="L-31"><a name="L-31"></a>Page 23: &quot;there lies a priori an enigma&quot; - What is the enigma? Being? </span><span id="L-32"><a name="L-32"></a>Page 24: &quot;But all inquiry about something is somehow a questioning of something&quot; - Why? Not sure why Heidegger can just assert this. </span><span id="L-33"><a name="L-33"></a>Page 25: &quot;these constitutive factors&quot; - What exactly is this referring to? </span><span id="L-34"><a name="L-34"></a> </span><span id="L-35"><a name="L-35"></a>http://www.hio.harvard.edu/tax-filing-information </span></pre></div> </td></tr></table>
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+stat 110 (M/W 1:30 - 2:45)
+critique of pure reason (phil 129) (>3h 15%, 3-6h 62%, 7-10h 23%) (T/T 10:30 - 11:45)
+soc stu 10a (3-6h 45%, 7-10h 55%) (Tue 12:45 - 2:45)
+Math 21a
+Goethe and Faust (W 3-5)
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+history 14v (benjamin) (W 9:45 - 11:45)
+metaethics (phil 173) (3-6h 93%) (T/T 12 - 1:15)
+frege, russell, early wittgenstein (phil 141) (3-6h 64%, 7-10 27%) (T/T 1:30 - 2:45)
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+german social thought (3-6h 40%, 7-10h 60%) ("Not Offered")
+Religion 1044 (political theology) ("Not Offered)
+Religion 1471 (Christian ethics, power, persuasion) (Unable to find)
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+kafka in paris
+21b
+history 1333 (hegel and marx)
+stat 111
+Religion 1543 (Critique of religion in 1800s)
+19th century philosophy
+later wittgenstein
+later heidegger (where?)
+modal logic (where?)
+soc stu 10b
+soc stu 40 (socstu philosophy)
+histsci 179 (freudian century)
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+Page 2: "in our time we deem it progressive to give our approval to metaphysics again" - But why? Quine only published TDOE three decades later, and Heidegger is writing alongside the logical positivists, who hate metaphysics.
+Page 23: "there lies a priori an enigma" - What is the enigma? Being?
+Page 24: "But all inquiry about something is somehow a questioning of something" - Why? Not sure why Heidegger can just assert this.
+Page 25: "these constitutive factors" - What exactly is this referring to?