The Philosophy courses are designed to cultivate an understanding of the major philosophical fields of study (including logic, ethics, metaphysics and epistemology), their methods, and their histories. The philosopher is interested in articulating rational principals; thinking critically about one’s life and society; espousing and defending moral stances; comprehending the intellectual underpinnings of political systems; making well-informed philosophical statements about truth, beauty and love, good and evil, and the nature of the material world; debating human nature and the nature of the soul; and discussing how we know what we know.

Overview of Philosophy

PHIL101: Introduction to Philosophy
PHIL102: Logic and Critical Thinking
PHIL103: Moral and Political Philosophy

Metaphysics and Epistemology

PHIL201: The Philosophy of Death
PHIL202: Philosophy of Science

The History of Philosophy

PHIL304: Existentialism