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Philosophy provides training in basic methods of reasoning, both clear thinking procedures for everyday decision making and more formal techniques of logical analysis. It examines fundamental issues and ideas about our knowledge and values. It furnishes a critical perspective on the methods and results of other disciplines.
A major, a minor, or a concentration in philosophy is a useful background for many careers including the teaching of philosophy. Majors often go on to graduate work in other Arts and Sciences disciplines, as well as to further schooling in law, theology, education, data processing, or business. In general, philosophy offers all students opportunities to develop their critical and analytical skills.
The American Philosophical Association's national headquarters is on the Delaware campus www.apa.udel.edu/apa/.
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