Philosophy & Religious Studies
Philosophy and religious studies are two independent academic disciplines housed in the same department. Because they are fundamentally concerned with human culture and values, both are in the humanities. The Department is a member of the College of Arts & Sciences.
2014 Mary Olive Woods Lecture
Peter Adamson, Professor of Late Ancient Philosophy and Philosophy in the Arabic Tradition
Ludwig-Maximilians-University in Munich
“Is the God of Islam the 'Necessary Existent'? Avicenna's Philosophical Theology.”
7:30 PM, Thursday, September 18, 2014
Heritage Room, University Union
Official MOW 2014 Flier
MOW Lecture Handout (coming soon)
Current Courses for Philosophy and Religious Studies:
How do you become a philosophy or religious studies major?
Fill out a change of major form and take it to Caryn Morgan in 203b Morgan Hall or talk to a philosophy or religious studies professor.
Contacts and Contact Information
Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies
1 University Circle
456 Morgan Hall
Macomb, IL 61455-1390
Phone: (309) 298-1057