The Department of Philosophy trains students to unearth the complexity of reality and question the assumptions of human existence through critical and informed reasoning. The nature of reality, the scope of knowledge, how we live good and just lives, and how we find beauty and meaning are the core areas of study. Philosophy embodies the core Ignatian value of magis wherein we become sensitive to and appreciative of the more- seeing more, doing more, and being more for the greater glory of God. It is enriched with its interdisciplinarity with the natural and social sciences. Students of philosophy are expected to be analytic and insightful in their reading of texts and reality, creative in their writing and expressions of ideas, and passionate in changing the world for the better. In whatever field they choose – law, education and research, development and advocacy work, creative work, business and entrepreneurship, priesthood, or public service, they are equipped to be critical and ethical agents of social change.
JAYSON JAMES B. BENTAYAO*
BS Accounting Technology minor in Philosophy
MIGUEL ANTONIO T. CABREROS*
JAN MONIQUE A. ENGBINO*
KIMBERLY GAYLE V. FABULAR*
ATTY. JAMIL ADRIAN KHALIL L. MATALAM*
ERIK JOHN L. REYES*