Print this Page Email to a Friend

Philosophy


Philosophy is the act of examining our basic beliefs about the world and ourselves to better make the choices of what constitutes a worthwhile life. Philosophers and sages have been at the cutting edge of their own cultures as critics, visionaries, and thinkers. Their insights have fostered revolutions, shaped the course of technology, redefined the way we think about the world and about ourselves, and inspired new visions of the good life. The study of philosophy involves a continuous attempt to analyze, interpret, and logically explain what humans believe, value, and do.

Philosophy Courses Student Learning Outcomes

At Wallace Community College, we offer a course in Ethics and Society, described below.

Philosophy Course


Philosophy Faculty

Keith Boozer
Cherry Hall, room 135, kboozer@wallace.edu
Wallace Campus
BA, University of Texas at Austin
MDiv, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary