Undergraduate Program
 
Graduate Program
 
Events
     
 

Undergraduate Program

The Bachelor of Arts Program teaches invaluable skills essential to any career, such as critical thinking, sound reasoning, analytical writing, and the capacity to analyze and solve complex problems.

   

Graduate Program

The Master’s Program provides students with a strong grounding in the major areas of the discipline and is designed primarily for those who wish to do advanced scholarly work in philosophy, as well as in other fields.

   

Events

The Department hosts a colloquium series and annual conference. Students also have numerous opportunities to attend lectures, classes, workshops, conferences, and reading groups in the Boston area.

 
 

News

 
 

In Memoriam: Fred Sommers (1923-2014)

A tribute delivered to the Brandeis Faculty on October 23, 2014 by Andreas Teuber, Department of Philosophy

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Professor KATE MORAN has won a Humboldt Foundation Fellowship, which will fund a leave from Brandeis so that she can focus exclusively on her research for 18 months.  She will spend her leave in Germany from the start of Spring 2015 through the 2015-2016 Academic year.  This is a prestigious and highly competitive award--congratulations, Kate!

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The Department of Philosophy features a distinguished faculty who specialize in metaphysics, epistemology, ethics, logic, aesthetics, social and political philosophy, philosophy of language, philosophy of mind and cognitive science, history of modern philosophy, philosophy of gender, and philosophy of law.      

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