Sage School of Philosophy
The Sage School of Philosophy has a distinguished tradition of philosophical research and teaching. Students at every level and in every area of intellectual endeavor find opportunity to engage with great philosophical ideas and problems and develop the critical thinking and analytical skills necessary for advancing our understanding of them.
Toni Alimi’s book project, “Slaves of God,” delves deep into the Augustine cannon, explaining the philosopher’s reasons for justifying slavery.Read More
Students spent the semester working with local non-profits addressing issues from migrant family justice to food insecurity to sustainable agriculture.Read More
Since 2004, Cornell’s Sage School of Philosophy has been the beneficiary of the Karp Fund for the study of ancient philosophy, endowed by Jack Karp ‘58 to honor his parents for their unwavering support of his education.Read More
Humanities students studying an array of topics presented their work at the A.D. White House.Read More
Ethics & Public Life
The Cornell Program on Ethics and Public Life promotes interdisciplinary learning about morally central questions concerning public policies and social, political and economic processes.