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Philosophy

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Why Study Philosophy?

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Philosophy develops critical reasoning skills, clarity in thought and language, and competence in synthesizing a good deal of information into a systematic, coherent picture.  These abilities form a core part of the skill set for anyone who hopes to flourish in a complex, diverse, multicultural world.

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Events

 
Oct
25
2019
Philosophy Colloquia Series -Lynne Tirrell

4:00 PM - 6:00 PM, Evanston

Toxic Speech: Core Concepts of Discursive Epidemiology Lynne Tirrell, University of Connecticut This talk will introduce the central co...

Oct
30
2019
PHILosoFUTURE Pizza Night

7:00 PM - 9:00 PM, Evanston

The Philosophy Department invites all humanities students and its majors and minors to gather at this year's PhilosoFuture Night.   Phi...

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News

 
Congratulations to Baron Reed, who has been selected to become the Director of a new Society of Fellows program that will be launched next year!
Congratulations to Dr. Evan Dutmer, who successfully defended his dissertation "Cicero Philosophico-Politicus: Glory, Friendship, Utopia"
Congratulations to Dr. Gretchen Ellefson, who successfully defended her dissertation "Communicative Context and Normativity"
Congratulations to José Medina for being awarded the Dorothy Ann and Clarence L. Ver Steeg Distinguished Research Fellowship Award by Northwestern University.
Congratulations to Mark Alznauer for being awarded a WCAS Distinguished Teaching Award for the academic year 2018-2019.

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