Philosophy Department < University of Montana
Paul Muench, Chair
Philosophy is the search for an understanding of how the world as a whole hangs together and of how we are to assume our place in the world. Philosophy pursues its goal first of all historically. It is the trustee of the heritage of great philosophical texts, and it engages those texts in conversation with contemporary problems. Second, philosophy turns to the contemporary world directly and tries to illuminate and advance its concerns with ethics and art, with science and technology, with ecology and feminism, with law and medicine. Bachelor of Arts and Master of Arts degrees are offered.
Information on UM Philosophy courses can be found here.
More information is available online at the Philosophy Department website.
5-Year Dual Philosophy B.A./M.A. (Environmental Philosophy Emphasis)