Description: This course is devoted to selected historical and contemporary work in phenomenology, the approach to philosophy inaugurated by Edmund Husserl and developed further by thinkers such as Heidegger, Sartre, Merleau-Ponty, and Hannah Arendt. Readings will include classical and contemporary work in phenomenology on a specific philosophical topic such as meaning, truth, action, embodiment, ethics, art, and other minds. Repeatable for credit. Recommended Prerequisite(s) One previous course in Philosophy. Cross-list: PHIL 340. Repeatable for Credit.