Cosim Sayid: Teaching

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Discussion between Cosim Sayid and a student in Rutgers-Newark’s Merck Summer Bioethics Program on Bernard Williams’ ‘Moral Responsibility and Political Freedom’.

Much of Cosim’s teaching has been in introductory philosophy (from a wide range of texts). Cosim has also given a course in some core texts of Western Civilization (from literature, science, philosophy, and political thought) as well as taught in a summer workshop for high school students (many of whom will shortly go on to be the first in their families to attend college).

This term, he’s giving a course in informal logic as well as an introduction to philosophy.

Adjunct Lecturer IV, CUNY York College: Department of History and Philosophy

   Informal Logic

   Introduction to Philosophy

   Philosophy of Law 

   Western Civilization

Adjunct Lecturer IV, CUNY York College: Department of Behavioral Sciences

    Introduction to American Government

Instructor, Rutgers-Merck Summer Bioethics Institute

 

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