Philosophy and Religion (Minor)

How do we know the things we claim to know?  What is ultimately real? What is justice?  Is there a God?  These and other big questions make up philosophy.  While often thought to be matters of opinion only, philosophy enables students to make some progress with ultimate questions.  In addition to its intrinsic interest, philosophy is also useful to all students for training in logical thinking arguement analysis, and learning to think creatively and imaginatively about complex questions.  The Philosophy Area offers a variety of courses across the ranger of such questions.

 

Philosophy and Race Conference Proceedings

Midwest Philosophy and Theology Conference Proceedings

MacIntyre Conference Proceedings

Faith and Reason Conference Proceedings

Faculty:

Bruce Ballard, Ph.D.

Jeffrey Freelin, Ph.D.

Laurence Rohrer, Ph.D.