The Philosophy Department currently has eleven faculty members, and approximately 25 graduate students in residence. The research and teaching interests of the faculty span all the major subject areas of philosophy (ethics, epistemology, history of philosophy, logic, and metaphysics), and many of the important specialties (including aesthetics, philosophy of language, philosophy of law, philosophy of mathematics, philosophy of science, and social and political philosophy).

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Faculty Publications - Department of Philosophy

Philosophy Dissertations, Theses, & Student Research