In the Department of Philosophy at DePaul University, the long and rich tradition of European thought remains an open and vital question, for that tradition is constantly being studied, reassessed, and extended by way of contemporary Continental modes of critique, as well as through comparative analysis with philosophical traditions from around the world, such as those of Asia, Africa, and Latin America.
Philosophy Faculty Collection of Works from the DePaul University Museum
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The images that you see above represent works owned by The DePaul University Museum. The Department of Philosophy faculty members have selected pieces from among the museum's holdings, which we found to be philosophically evocative and representative of some aspect of the work and thought that takes place in our department. The images on our homepage will rotate weekly through all of the faculty's selections, but to view the works selected altogether and to find out which works have been selected by which faculty member, go to the Philosophy Faculty Collection
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Left Image selected by: Prof. Mary Jeanne Larrabee, Introspect, Claude Bentley 1948
Right Image selected by: Prof. Will McNeill, En Souvenir D Une Visite De Mike, 1968