Philosophy
Holloway Hall

Welcome to the Philosophy Department

Philosophy News

Philosophy Society Events

The Philosophical Society meets every other Friday at 4:30 p.m. at the Philosophy House.

February 24, Monday- Stop Hatin’ Banner Painting, 6 p.m., GUC

March 7, Friday- Philosophical Society meeting- Watching part 2 of  “The Sunset Limited”  Philosophy House Classroom

March 8, Saturday- GAiN Event

March 9, Sunday- SGA Forum, 7 p.m., TETC 153

March 10, Monday- Spring Break Send Off

March 21, Friday- Philosophical Society meeting in the Philosophy House Classroom

 

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2014 Symposium Poster

34th Annual Philosophy Symposium

Saturday, April 26, 2014

Art & Life
* Movement: The Foundational Reality of Animate Life
* Moving in Concert

with Dr. Maxine Sheets-Johnstone, Philosophy Department, University of Oregon

9 a.m.- 4 p.m.
TETC 153

Welcome to the Salisbury University Philosophy Department website! We are a vibrant, intellectually diverse department focused on undergraduate education and public engagement in philosophy.  We have strengths in Analytic and Continental philosophy, especially ethics, political philosophy, environmental philosophy, philosophy of religion and Asian philosophy. Our department embraces pluralism in our approach to all philosophical disciplines, and we pride ourselves on developing a strong sense of community with our students, faculty and staff. We invite you to stop by the Philosophy House for more information about our programs, a friendly chat, or even a game of ping-pong!

Pic of the Philosophy House
The Philosophy House


Find friends of common interest in
the Student Philosophy Club

Photo slideshow of Philosophy Picnic 2013:

http://www.salisbury.edu/philosophy/galleries/picnic2013/?photo=0


 

Philosophy @ SU Blog

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"When I arrived at SU, I was torn between many different interests; it was wonderful to find a department which, rather than forcing me to abandon my interests, made it possible to explore all of them from a new perspective."  -- Clayton Alsup, Class of 2008 currently a graduate student in philosophy at Louisiana State University