M. Gregory Oakes, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Philosophy
Summer 2014 Courses:
PHIL101: Introduction to Philosophy
(links to Blackboard; textbook - click here)
HMXP102: The Human Experience
(links to Blackboard)
Summer 2014 Office Hours: by appointment
And by appointment (just ask).
Writing a Paper???
Check out my style sheet for some of my requirements and advice for essay construction:
MLA Citation Guide!
MLA electronic guide (Dacus)
Purdue's Citation Guide (comprehensive)
Where are my Comments?! (If I've reviewed an essay for you in MS Word, see here for how to see the comments in Windows.)
Click the above link for instruction on how to register for a class on Turnitin, on how to submit work via that site, etc.
Why Study Philosophy? (NYTimes Article)
How Philosophy Students Rank above ALL other Undergrad Majors
No, Really! Salary, too!
Why Study the Liberal Arts?
Interested in the Liberal Arts? (What the expression means?)
HMXP Teacher Resources