The BA (Hons) Philosophy degree at Lincoln offers students a chance to study one of the world’s oldest disciplines. The course aims to provide students with opportunities to ask some of the most fundamental questions about the world around us and to develop their understanding of the place we occupy within it. The discipline challenges students to question everything from apparently simple binaries such as ‘right’ and ‘wrong’, and ‘good’ and ‘evil’, right the way through to apparently unanswerable conundrums concerning the existence of God or how we can actually know anything at all. As well as being intrinsically interesting, Philosophy makes unique intellectual demands of students. To flourish, you will have the opportunities to learn how to think clearly, construct and defend arguments and you must be willing to explore a range of approaches to different topics. The Lincoln Philosophy degree offers a supportive environment designed to help you master these skills.