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The philosophy department contributes to the mission of Hiram College through its core curriculum course offerings and its major and minor programs in philosophy.

Our curriculum is grounded in the careful study of primary texts from the history of philosophy and the rigorous examination of contemporary ethical problems.

Once Upon a Log: Student Alan Fink describes positive influence of his professor, Megan Altman
This is the fifth in a series of Garfield Log stories through which students and their professors share the type of connections that define the ideal...
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Hiram Students Debate Ethics of Jokes, Smart Phones in Regional Ethics Bowl Competition
Hiram students with focuses in philosophy, political science, management, biology, French and English competed in the 2016 Regional Ethics Bowl at Marian University in Indiana...
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Hiram College Students Compete in Upper Midwest Regional Ethics Bowl
The Hiram College Ethics Bowl Team competed in the Upper Midwest Regional Ethics Bowl at Northern Illinois University in Dekalb, Ill. on Nov. 14, 2015....
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Big Read ‘Ethics, Immigration and Borders’ Panel Presentation at Hiram College this Friday
Hiram College’s Lindsay-Crane Center for Writing and Literature will present “Ethics, Immigration and Borders: A Panel Presentation” as part of the Big Read at 4...
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The Big Read Grant to Have Big Impact on Hiram College Community Reading Program
The Lindsay-Crane Center for Writing and Literature at Hiram College wants you to curl up with a good book. A book titled “Into the Beautiful...
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For advising and more information, please contact:

  • Colin Anderson, Department Chair and Associate Professor
  • 330.569.5145
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