Department of Philosophy and Religion
Welcome to the Department of Philosophy and Religion. The department currently consists of eighteen faculty members covering a range of specialties and close to 80 students majoring in philosophy. We offer undergraduate programs leading to the B.A. degree with three distinct areas of emphasis:
We also offer minors in both Philosophy and Religion.
We are located in 126D Hardin Hall. Although Hardin is the oldest academic building on Clemson's campus, a major restoration effort completed in 2002 has made it one of the most technologically advanced classroom buildings on campus. Click here to see our location on the campus map.
Recent publications from our faculty:
- Candice Delmas, "Political Resistance: A Matter of Fairness", Law and Philosophy (2013)
- Andrew Wells Garnar, "Hickman, Technology, and the Postmodern Condition", Techné: Research in Philosophy and Technology (2012)
- Christopher Grau (with Cynthia Pury), "Attitudes Towards Reference and Replaceability", The Review of Philosophy and Psychology (2014)
- Todd May, Friendship in an Age of Economics: Resisting the Forces of Neoliberalism, Lexington Books (2012)
- Stephen Satris, "Wittgenstein's Lectures on Religious Belief", Philosophical Investigations (2013)
- Benjamin White, “How to Read a Book: Irenaeus and the Pastoral Epistles Reconsidered”, Vigiliae Christianae (2011)