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PHILOSOPHY

Philosophy deals with the most fundamental, and challenging problems of life and society. Instruction in the Philosophy Department approaches these problems through the historical analysis of ideas and through the examination of contemporary philosophical issues. Students learn how to think critically to make the best case for positions they hold, and to "do" philosophy.

The Philosophy Major prepares students for graduate and professional studies, including the study of law. Themes such as values and ethics, science and technology, African and African-American Thought, history of philosophy, and philosophy of psychology can be emphasized in both the Philosophy Major and Minor.

Students majoring in other disciplines or programs will find that some philosophy courses are especially suitable as a complement. Biomedical ethics, for example, is appropriate for pre-medicine.

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