Philosophy courses provide students with the opportunity to explore issues pertaining to personal existence, knowledge and reality, God and religion, and the meaning of life. In addition to familiarizing you with some of the major historical figures and schools within philosophy, our courses will help you develop your critical reasoning and critical writing skills. Some students take philosophy courses because of their intrinsic interest, while others take them as part of an A.A. or A.S. degree, or for transferable credit to four-year colleges and universities.
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LBCC Philosophy Club
Students of all majors are invited to join the Philosophy Club. We meet once a week and have lively discussions about philosophical topics. Some past topics include:
- Is Reality an Illusion?
- Why Does Racism Exist?
- What is Love?
We also show movies with philosophical themes.
Notices are posted on campus regarding time, place, and topic. All are welcome!