3 years
Apr Oct
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About this course

The Philosophy program gives students the opportunity to engage in systematic academic discourse of philosophical questions with instructors and other students. Students will lay the groundwork for their own flights of thought by reading and assessing classical and contemporary texts of great thinkers from the past and present, such as Plato, Kant, and Wittgenstein. In addition to epistemology and the philosophy of language, the curriculum integrates coursework in ethics, the history of philosophy, the philosophy of science, and logic.

Entry Requirements

Have knowledge of English and the classical languages of Western philosophy (Greek and Latin) is an advantage for the study.