Fall/Winter 2017-18 Terms Contract Instructor Positions:

CGSC 3004 B: Cognitive Science: Thinking and Knowing [0.5 credit, 2018 Winter]

COURSE DESCRIPTION: Philosophy and Cognitive Science  Cognitive science from a philosophical perspective. Topics may include: philosophical methods for studying the mind, prospects for naturalizing consciousness and intentionality, assessing competing models of the mind.

FYSM 1607 C: Cognitive Science: Thinking and Knowing [1.0 credit, 2017-18 Fall/Winter]

COURSE DESCRIPTION:
Interdisciplinary examination of discoveries in linguistics, psychology, philosophy, and computer science concerning the question “What is cognition”? Specific issues may include the mind-brain controversy, the role of language in thought, and artificial versus natural intelligence.
Information and an application form for each course can be found by clicking on the course numbers above.

Note that the deadline for applications with cvs is June 1, 2017

Information and applications can be found by clicking on the course numbers above.

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Summer 2017 Contract Instructor Positions

The following courses have been assigned to graduate students, post-doctoral fellows, or visiting scholars. These courses are not open for applications but the department will contact the most senior incumbent to review their rights under Article 17.6 of the CUPE 4600-2 Collective Agreement.

CGSC 1001A: Mysteries of the Mind [0.5 credit]: Spring 2017 (May/June)

CGSC 1001B: Mysteries of the Mind [0.5 credit]: Summer 2017 (July/August)

CGSC 2001A: Introduction to Cognitive Science [0.5 credit]: Spring 2017 (May/June)