Philosophy at UNH
UNH philosophy majors acquire the ability to think systematically and imaginatively about fundamental and enduring issues such as morality, justice, happiness, beauty, gender, race, nature, artificial intelligence, space, time, and the meaning of life and death. Our internationally-renowned professors emphasize discussion, debate and writing in our courses. Wrestling with the “big questions” from diverse and global perspectives will prepare you exceptionally well for a variety of fulfilling careers. A lively and nurturing community personally invested in the success of our high achieving students, we take pride in watching our graduates excel in top law and graduate schools, innovative social justice programs, and various positions from Wall Street to Silicon Valley and beyond that seek hard workers who can think rigorously and communicate clearly.
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The Philosophy Department has moved to the third floor of Nesmith Hall while Hamilton Smith Hall undergoes renovation. Nesmith Hall is located at the corner of Main Street and College Road (across the street from the Whittemore Center).
Two articles point to some good reasons!
The New York Times: "In a New Generation of College Students, Many Opt for the Life Examined"
guardian.co.uk: "I think, therefore I earn"