Philosophy has to do with how we value ourselves as human beings

and how we look at ourselves and how we relate to reality – Grace Lee Boggs

The study of philosophy begins with questions that are as personal as they are universal: What can I know? How should I live? Who am I? What am I? How am I connected to the world around me?

As a student, you are invited into a community of inquirers to reflect on fundamental questions of human existence through engaging with Philosophy’s diverse traditions and major thinkers. Philosophy students learn to think critically about the world, to call into question biases and unwarranted assumptions, and to pursue an “examined life.”

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Casey 430-16 206-296-5383

mcarl@seattleu.edu

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News

 

Carry That Weight?

‘Yesterday’ imagines a world where just one person remembers the Beatles’ catalog and passes it off as his own. Does the joy those songs bring outweigh the moral issues of the lie?

https://www.theringer.com/movies/2019/7/2/20678700/beatles-yesterday-ethics-debate

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