"The Death of Socrates" by David


Studying philosophy in any of its forms develops evaluative and interpretive thinking skills, enriches the imagination, and awakens a sense of wonder. 

Traditionally, philosophy has been grouped into studies of reality, knowledge, values and logic, but discussions in our courses are likely to explore these areas by examining the implications of the theory of relativity, quantum physics, artificial intelligence, chemical manipulation of personality, the function of literature and stories, or the use of visual forms of presentation.

Philosophy provides excellent preparation for careers in law, journalism, writing, advertising, governmental administration, politics and teaching.