PHYS 419 - Space, Time, and Matter-ACP

Semesters Offered

TitleRubricSectionCRNTypeHoursTimesDaysLocationInstructor
Space, Time, and Matter-ACPPHIL419A38578LEC31230 - 1350 T R  218 Ceramics Building Philip W Phillips
Space, Time, and Matter-ACPPHIL419G38579LEC41230 - 1350 T R  218 Ceramics Building Philip W Phillips
Space, Time, and MatterPHIL420A43172LEC1230 - 1350 T R  218 Ceramics Building Philip W Phillips
Space, Time, and Matter-ACPPHYS419A38575LEC31230 - 1350 T R  218 Ceramics Building Philip W Phillips
Space, Time, and Matter-ACPPHYS419G38576LEC41230 - 1350 T R  218 Ceramics Building Philip W Phillips
Space, Time, and MatterPHYS420A43171LEC1230 - 1350 T R  218 Ceramics Building Philip W Phillips

Official Description

Identical to PHYS 420 except for the additional writing component including a final term paper. Course Information: Same as PHIL 419. 3 undergraduate hours. 4 graduate hours. Credit is not given for both PHYS 419 and PHYS 420. Prerequisite: PHIL 101; PHYS 101 or PHYS 211.

Hours

4 hours

Texts

Philosophical Concepts in Physics (Pbk.). 1998. Cambridge University Press
From Paradox to Reality (Pbk.). 1989. Cambridge University Press
Philosophy of Physics. 1992. Westview Press
*NOTE: These three books should be listed as required but as alternative.
Character of Physical Law. 1994. MIT Press (recommended)