Philosophy studies the study of all aspects of human life, such as knowledge, values, morality, politics, economics, social culture, art, language, and religion. These aspects are studied in a rational and critical way, as well as explored deeply. The Faculty invites students to understand and respond to the thoughts of great philosophers throughout history that have influenced the development of human civilization, and applied them to analytical activities in various life contexts. Philosophical analysis activities are then formulated through the use of writing, research, public discussion, the formation of a social movement community, the formulation of a model of political or social governance, as well as human resource development training.

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1. Agustinus Pratisto Trinarso, Lic.Phil. Javanese Philosophy, Eastern Philosophy
Culture/Civilization
2. Dr. Agustinus Ryadi Ethics (Basic Ethics/General Ethics)
Virtue Ethics
Business Ethics
Anti-Corruption Ethics
3. Aloysius Widyawan Louis, Lic.Phil. Metaphysics
Epsitemology
4. Anastasia Jessica Adinda, M.Phil. Philosophy of Art
5. Iswadi Prayidno, SS., Lic. Theol Philosophy of Divinity
6. Datu Hendrawan, M.Phil. Environmental Philosophy
Cosmology
7. Emanuel Prasetyono, Lic.Phil. Human Philosophy
Hermeneutics
8. Untara Simon, SS., M.Hum. History of Modern Philosophy
Contemporary
9. Dr. Ramon Antonio Eguia Nadres Bioethics
Thomism
Natural Law
10. Xaverius Chandra Hasiholan, Lic.Theol. Divine Philosophy
Moral