Concentration Chair: Dr. Robert Delfino
Courses provide the student with a comprehensive understanding of nature, human nature, and human thought from a Roman Catholic perspective.
Topics include epistemology, metaphysics, categorical logic, philosophy of nature, and the study of the soul.
- To educate students in the major thematic branches of Western Philosophy.
- To cultivate within students intellectual habits and methodologies appropriate to the various areas of systematic philosophy.
- Students will demonstrate advanced familiarity with the major thematic branches of Western philosophy: metaphysics, natural theology, logic, epistemology, philosophy of nature, anthropology, and various related topics.
- Students will demonstrate a facility with the methods of philosophical inquiry.
Co-requisites for Philosophy:
- PHH 605 Ancient and Medieval Philosophy
- PHH 620 Modern and Contemporary Philosophy
- PHS 611 Logic and Epistemology
- PHS 610 Philosophical Anthropology
- PHE 610 Ethics
- PHS 621 Philosophy of Nature and Metaphysics
- PHS 541 Natural Theology
- PHS 641 Reason in the Theology of St. Thomas
- PHS 721 Philosophy of Science
- PHS 781 Thomistic Personalism: Knowledge and Love
- PHS 657 Phenomenology
- PHS 671 Aesthetic