Raphael, The School of Athens, 1510-11
The B.A. program in Philosophy offers courses that enable students to develop skills in critical thinking, reasoning, and judging; to understand the role of premises and inference in ordinary discourse as well as in philosophical argumentation; to recognize and define different world views; and to comprehend the history of Western philosophy in particular. As a cornerstone of the liberal arts education, this discipline is pertinent to virtually all other undergraduate fields of study. In addition to a major and minor in Philosophy, both of which are excellent pre-professional areas of concentration, the program provides a track in Religion for those interested in theology.
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Students and Student Activities
Annual Georgia Student Philosophy Symposium
North Carolina Philosophical Society
Seventh Annual Southeast Philosophy Congress
Undergraduate Philosophy Conference on Philosophy in Literature and Film
Sixth Annual Classic City Undergraduate Philosophy Conference
UNC Undergraduate Philosophy Conference
10th Annual North Georgia Student Philosophy Conference
2014 Meeting of the South Carolina Society for Philosophy