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UW Oshkosh
Department of Philosophy
800 Algoma Blvd.
Oshkosh, WI 54901

Phone: (920) 424-1366
Fax: (920) 424-2286

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UW Oshkosh Philosophy Department


The philosophy department at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh is located on the third floor of Radford Hall, in the heart of our scenic campus on the banks of the Fox River. We are proud of our high quality undergraduate program, and we are equally proud of the scholarship produced by the Department’s faculty. Our majors and minors have been accepted by some of the best graduate philosophy programs in the country, and many also go on to secure careers in business, law, and medicine. If you are interested discussing the department’s course offerings, or in becoming a philosophy major or minor, come see us – everyone is welcome!

Two Philosophy Majors to Present Papers at the 2018 National Conference on Undergraduate Research

Congratulations to philosophy majors Madeline Hass and Emma Link for having been selected from among thousands of applicants to present their philosophical research at the 2018 National Conference on Undergraduate Research (NCUR), to be held at the...

Philosophy Major Wins OSRCA Research Grant

Congratulations to Emma Link, Philosophy (and English) Major, who has been awarded an Office of Student Research & Creative Activity (OSRCA) Undergraduate Student/Faculty Collaborative Research Grant! Collaborating with her faculty mentor, Dr. Larry...

2017 Socratic Award Winner

The Philosophy Department is pleased to announce that Monika Greco, a graduating senior Philosophy (and Political Science) Major, has won the Philosophy Department's 2017 Socratic Award! She will also be presenting her original research at two prestigious...

Meet the “New” Philosophy Capstone (PHIL 475)

The Philosophy Capstone course (PHIL 475), required of all Philosophy Majors, used to be a 3-credit course. Now it's a 1-credit course taken in combination with any 300- or 400-level course of the student's choosing... Students enrolled in PHIL 475 will...