Philosophy may be described as the study of life's oldest, most basic questions.
A discipline of the mind, philosophy emphasizes analytical thinking in addition to deductive reasoning. However, philosophers are required to think creatively when faced with long-standing philosophical problems.
Stevenson University's Philosophy courses cover a variety of topics, including logic, ethics, major philosophers, and a variety of specific philosophical problems. Philosophy courses can benefit any Stevenson student, regardless of his or her major, because of the emphasis on communication, interpretation, and critical thinking.
Contact your academic advisor for more information about the Philosophy minor.
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