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Student Learning Outcomes for the Philosophy Major

  1. Uncover and evaluate the presuppositions upon which various ways of looking the world may be thought to depend
  2. Write clearly and coherently, with special attention to assessing the arguments of others as well as to constructing and defending arguments and views of their own
  3. Appreciate perennial philosophical questions about, for example, truth, knowledge, morality, art, and religion as well as the ways philosophers have traditionally asked and answered them
  4. Demonstrate a commitment to the discipline of philosophical inquiry outside the classroom

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