What You'll Study
In philosophy, students grapple with some of the deepest questions we face as human beings: What is the world really like? How do we know? How should we live our lives? The aim of a philosophical education is not to enforce one particular set of views, but to help students engage with a range of historical and contemporary perspectives as they reflect on their own beliefs. Along the way, philosophical study teaches vital skills: how to think carefully about big ideas, analyze and critically assess arguments, and write clearly about complex topics.
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