Tom Donaldson's Website: Teaching


Here are some notes on the philosophy of mathematics. I don't promise that there are no errors!


Here is a useful handout for low-level courses, for teaching students how to analyze an argument.


Courses I have taught:

Mind, Matter and Meaning
Spring 2016
Lower-leve undergraduate, Stanford University

Recent Work on Logical Consequence
Fall 2015
Graduate level, Stanford University

Philosophy of Mathematics
Winter 2015 and Fall 2015
Upper level undergraduate, Stanford University

Paradoxes
Spring 2015
Lower level undergraduate, Stanford University

Analyticity
Fall 2014 and Spring 2016
Upper level undergraduate, Stanford University

Graduate Seminar in Metaphysics: Recent Work on Ground
Fall 2014
Graduate level, Stanford University

Contemporary Movements in Philosophy
Spring 2012
Upper level undergraduate, Rutgers University

Introduction to Logic
Fall 2011
Lower level undergraduate, Rutgers University

Hume, Kant and the Eighteenth Century
Summer 2011
Upper level undergraduate, Rutgers University

American Philosophy
Summer 2010
Upper level undergraduate, Rutgers University