Does the world make you wonder? Do you wonder why it’s one way and not another? Do you wonder if the world could be changed for the better?
Like Liberal Arts, Philosophy at Warwick is an inclusive staff and student community in which you’ll find it easy to share views, challenge perceptions and take intellectual risks. Philosophy fosters some of the key skills that will also be at the heart of what you will be doing in your Liberal Arts modules: critical thinking, careful analysis and looking at problems from different points of view.
Why study the Philosophy pathway?
The Philosophy Department supports diverse philosophical traditions, with strong interests in both analytic and continental philosophy. As a result, a Liberal Arts pathway in Philosophy offers a broad take on the discipline, allowing you to choose from a varied range of modules and tailor your learning to what interests you most. The goal is to empower you to make a difference in the world by supporting you to become an independent, creative and effective thinker.
You may be interested in the following Philosophy modules:
- The Philosophy of Terrorism and Counterterrorism;
- Finding a Way Through Life: Daoism and Chinese Philosophy;
- Democracy and Authority;
- Philosophy of Evil.