User’s Guide to Philosophy Without Rankings

A User’s Guide to Philosophy Without Rankings is a new site “intended for the use of prospective graduate students in philosophy, faculty (including chairs or heads) in philosophy, and deans, provosts, and other administrators, all of whom need resources for the decisions they make about philosophy programs.” It is based on the idea that “currently, there are no rankings of graduate programs and departments in philosophy that are not controversial.” It explains why this is so, and provides alternative methods and sources for learning about graduate programs in philosophy. The site was created by Mitchell Aboulafia (Manhattan College), and will be regularly updated with new information as it becomes available.

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