About the Program
To study philosophy is to embark on conceptual exploration. Philosophers seek rational answers to enduring questions about knowledge, reality, value, thought, and language. From the time of Socrates to the present day, philosophers have examined fundamental presuppositions of science, morality, governance, and art. Philosophy demands close thought. It fosters careful argumentation and clear writing.
- Chair: Erik Anderson, Professor
- Professor: Darrell Cole (Comparative Religion), Seung-Kee Lee