Nicole HAssoun On NPR
Prof. Nicole Hassoun developed an index ranking the world's largest pharmaceutical companies according to their impact on global diseases and presented it at the at the World Health Organization (W.H.O.) headquarters in Switzerland. | Listen
Binghamton Philosophy Journal
A collection of essays drawn from Undergraduate Students in the Pell Honors Program. | Read more
We have some of the best and brightest graduate students in the country studying with us right now...see what they are working on. | Read More
Professor, academic and human rights activist Thomas Pogge was introduced by Max Pensky, chair of the Philosophy Department, as "an exemplary model of what it looks like for an intellectual to 'walk the walk.'" | Read More
Philosophy Department At Binghamton University
The Department's undergraduate major offers a broad spectrum of introductory and advanced courses including logic and critical reasoning, the history of Western and Asian philosophy, existentialism and phenomenology, ethical and political philosophy, and epistemology.
The Department's distinctive doctoral graduate program in Social, Political, Ethical and Legal philosophy (SPEL) trains graduate students in areas of value theory and places special emphasis on professional development and placement.
The Department also cooperates closely with the undergraduate interdisciplinary major in Philosophy, Politics and Law (PPL).