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Philosophy

Philosophy

Philosophy asks the big questions: Do we exist? Can we know anything? How should we live? We look at what the great thinkers have said about these questions, and examine whether their answers stand up to scrutiny. This requires expertise in critical thinking - evaluating arguments and clearly expressing arguments of your own. These skills learnt in philosophy are transferable to every area of life.



Philosophy Day 2016 featured Skye Cleary (left) and Rebecca Goldstein (right). Check the page and videos!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Watch our introductory video, put together by two of our faculty, Katherine Ritchie and Elise Crull:


On this site you will find a lot of information about Philosophy at CCNY, our courses, our faculty's many books, the Department's projects, and our outreach efforts - all under different tabs on the left menu. And of course be sure to follow us on Facebook and Twitter!

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CONTACT INFORMATION

Assoc. Professor Ben Vilhauer
Chair

North Academic Center
Room 5/144C
160 Convent Avenue
New York, NY 10031

p: 212.650.7291
e: philosophy@ccny.cuny.edu
f: Official Philosophy Page