Philosophy 3170F: Topics in the History of Ethics, a course designed to explore the main arguments of Henry Sidgwick's The Methods of Ethics, one of the most compelling and important texts in the history of ethics. (Details here.)
Philosophy 1200 (section 650: online): Critical Thinking, a course in which students develop essential critical thinking and communication skills through online activities. (Details here.)
Samantha Brennan is a philosopher who works in the area of moral and political philosophy, with a special interest in feminist ethics. Although a philosopher by education and training, Samantha is cross-appointed to the Department of Woman’s Studies and Feminist Research. Her work falls into three main areas: contemporary moral theory, feminist ethics and political philosophy, and theory of justice for families and children.
Wayne Myrvold is a Professor in the Department of Philosophy and member of the Rotman Institute of Philosophy. He is a philosopher of science, whose work is chiefly concerned with the philosophy of physics, and, in particular with the interpretation of quantum mechanics. He has interest in confirmation theory (or perhaps, better, in the relation between theory and evidence), and has done work on this in a Bayesian context.