philosophy department


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Noun1.philosophy department - the academic department responsible for teaching philosophy
academic department - a division of a school that is responsible for a given subject
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She was a college woman herself, and her father, the one wealthy member of the faculty, was the head of the Philosophy Department as well.
Eminent Italian philosopher Prof Debora Spini visited the Government College University Lahore on the invitation of the university's Philosophy Department and met with Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Hassan Amir Shah and other senior faculty members.
Prof Mohammad Jawad of Philosophy department PU termed it a good initiative of the federal government and hoped the teachers will be able influence their students in a better way on the issues of human rights and importance of tolerance in society.
I could not buy them again," said Professor Bobby Tangco of the philosophy department.
He got his PhD degree from the philosophy department, the University of Alexandria, in 1989 Recalling his childhood memories, Ziedan said this Mediterranean city had great impact on his fiction and historical writings that total in number 50 books.
LAHORE -- The philosophy department of University of the Punjab, Lahore arranged a colorful evening on the eve of golden jubilee of the department at Punjab Institute of Language, Art & Culture (PILAC) Auditorium here today.
and I hope people will vote in favour of it." Most lectures took place at the Athens University's philosophy department on the city's leafy outskirts, but choice events were held in locations considered as hallowed philosophy ground by scholars worldwide.
Tangco, associate professor at UP's philosophy department and a friend of De los Reyes.
Bodin talked the UO philosophy department into offering a class to encompass the project - and letting him teach it - after stumbling on a book, "Big Ideas for Little Kids" by Mount Holyoke College philosophy professor Thomas Wartenberg.
of A CoruA[+ or -]a, Spain, where editor Gonzalez is affiliated with the philosophy department. He explains in his foreword that the road to publication was long, but ultimately well worthwhile.
Cohen received the Freeman Saltus Award presented by the Economics Department and the John Dewey Philosophy Prize presented by the Philosophy Department.
He eventually held a joint appointment with the Philosophy Department. His greatest contribution was as an exponent of the writings of that least mathematical of philosophers, George Santayana.