Philosophy is concerned with large, difficult, and controversial questions, many of which have been the subject of inquiry and debate since ancient times.
Different branches of philosophy are distinguished by the kinds of questions they treat: Metaphysics is concerned with what is, ethics and philosophy of value with what ought to be, logic and philosophy of science with what is knowable.
Skills acquired by concentrating in philosophy can thus be useful for a variety of careers. But the main benefit lies in learning to think in an organized way about confusing and controversial questions; to treat one's beliefs as serviceable as they are but capable of improvement; to react to criticism not with outrage or fear but with a willingness to state the grounds for one's views and to listen to and learn from the views of others. These are habits of thought useful not only in a career, but in life.
The following courses are offered by the department:
B.A. PHILOSOPHY/ENGLISH – 3 PAPERS EACH
B.A. PHILOSOPHY/ SOCIOLOGY – 3 PAPERS EACH
B.A. PHILOSOPHY/URDU – 3 PAPERS EACH
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