Faculty of the Philosophy Department emphasize the engagement of philosophy with other disciplines, recognizing that philosophical inquiry is naturally related to concerns in other areas of study. Philosophy analyzes and comments critically on concepts that are presupposed and used in other disciplines and in daily life: the natures of knowledge, meaning, reasoning, morality, the character of the world, God, freedom, human nature, justice and history. Courses and seminars are designed to be accessible to a broad range of students with interdisciplinary interests, and may cross-list with concentrations in Gender Studies, German Studies, Medieval Studies, Interpretation Theory, and Environmental Studies.

Learn more on the Philosophy Department website and in the College Catalog.


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