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The mission of the Richland College Philosophy Program is to provide students and teachers alike interactive and cooperative learning environments in which they may examine ideas related to their cultural, philosophical, and religious heritage.
The program further strives to develop skills in analysis and evaluation of arguments and the ability to write and to speak clearly about philosophic and religious issues which pertain to values, knowledge, reality, human nature, and God. The program aims at translating these skills into considered action in the lives of those involved and into reasoned interactions with the greater global community.
The program provides today's students with an exciting and challenging environment in which to embark upon a serious study of the predominant religious traditions which exist in the contemporary world.
The religious and cultural diversity of the Richland College community adds an extra dimension to our course offerings. As Religion Faculty at Richland, we seek to inspire our students to creatively explore both global and local expressions of religious culture.
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Philosophy, School of Humanities, Fine and Performing Arts
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