Professors (and graduate students) occasionally get asked, “should I go to graduate school in philosophy?”
In a recent episode of the Overthink Podcast, philosophy professor co-hosts Ellie Anderson (Pomona) and David Peña-Guzmán (San Francisco State) take up this question. Watch below, and feel free to comment with points you think someone asking this question should consider.
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- Our Duties to Actual and Possible Graduate Students
- Against Reducing The Number of Philosophy PhDs
- Advice for Applying to PhD Programs in Philosophy
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- The “Secret Syllabus” of Being a Graduate Student in Philosophy
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