The Department of Philosophy provides an opportunity for every student to continue, in more structured, critical terms, the spontaneous inquiry into basic questions man has raised from the beginning of time - questions about himself, about God, about the world in which he lives, and the way in which he ought to live.
The word “philosophy” itself, love of wisdom, indicates that the search is not concerned with superficial explanations, but probes beyond appearances for fundamental principles and causes.
Hence courses are offered, not only to satisfy a major, but also to provide an opportunity for students who are interested in a closer examination of one or more areas of philosophical inquiry as a worthwhile supplement and broadening factor to their specialized field of study.
Deliberations: A Journal of the Philosophy Club
Volume I - Issue I - Spring 2008
Volume II - Issue I - Fall 2008
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