Honors Credit for Philosophy 1361/Freeland

 

Honors students must complete one additional project or short essay to fulfill the requirements to receive Honors credit in this course. Essay or project due November 17.

The usual route is to complete a critical and exegetical essay on a reading from the anthology or from another essay on the philosophy of art. The rough page length guideline is 3 pages. The essay should (a) explain key points and arguments of the article and (b) raise several critical questions or problems about the essay.

An alternative available for arts majors is to submit an artwork or series of works (or CD) accompanied by a short artistís statement (1 and Ĺ pages) explaining the idea or rationale behind the work, and relating that work to some topic or essay read for this course.

If you wish to propose another alternative, you must submit it in writing (e-mail is fine) and receive approval before proceeding.; do this at least one month in advance.

 

Honors Credit for Philosophy 1361/Freeland

 

Honors students must complete one additional project or short essay to fulfill the requirements to receive Honors credit in this course. Essay or project due November 17.

The usual route is to complete a critical and exegetical essay on a reading from the anthology or from another essay on the philosophy of art. The rough page length guideline is 3 pages. The essay should (a) explain key points and arguments of the article and (b) raise several critical questions or problems about the essay.

An alternative available for arts majors is to submit an artwork or series of works (or CD) accompanied by a short artistís statement (1 and Ĺ pages) explaining the idea or rationale behind the work, and relating that work to some topic or essay read for this course.

If you wish to propose another alternative, you must submit it in writing (e-mail is fine) and receive approval before proceeding.; do this at least one month in advance.