University of North Texas -Philosophy
- University of North Texas -Philosophy
The UNT Department of Philosophy and Religion is the home of the nation's leading Doctoral Program in environmental ethics/philosophy and the nation's first Masters Program in the field. All of our thirteen permanent faculty publish in various areas of environmental ethics/philosophy--Including three of Environmental Philosophy's founders--J. Baird Callicott, Eugene C. Hargrove, & Pete A. Y. Gunter. Fostering interdisciplinarity in curricula and research projects, areas of specialization among our faculty include philosophy of ecology, environmental policy, environmental justice, religion and nature, environmental education, philosophy of science and technology, philosophy of water, land ethics, eco-phenomenology, eco-feminism, and traditional ecological knowledge. The department also has faculty who focus on the history of philosophy, both Eastern and Western.