Metaphysics & Epistemology 

Metaphysics is the branch of philosophy that deals with the first principles of things or reality. Epistemology is the theory of knowledge, especially with regard to its methods, validity, and scope.  Faculty: John BowinJon EllisCarolina Flores, Paul RothAbraham Stone



The study of the concepts involved in practical reasoning: good, right, duty, obligation, virtue, freedom, rationality, choice. Also the second-order study of the objectivity, subjectivity, relativism, or scepticism that may attend claims made in these terms. Faculty: Rachel Achs, John Bowin, Janette DinishakCarolina Flores, Abraham Stone, E. Hande Tuna


History of Philosophy 

The study of philosophies and philosophers of the past and their philosophical concepts, propositions, doctrines and systems, to determine their precise meaning, structure, and internal validity. Faculty: John BowinJanette Dinishak, Jon Ellis, Paul RothAbraham StoneE. Hande Tuna


Philosophy of Mind

The study of the ontology, nature, and relationship of the mind to the body. Faculty: Janette DinishakJon EllisCarolina Flores, Nico Orlandi


Philosophy of Science

The investigation of questions that arise from reflection upon science and scientific practice.  Faculty: Janette DinishakNico Orlandi, Paul RothAbraham Stone