Should Ph.D. Studentships Be Unfunded?

by Josh Weinberg, Daily Nous Under what conditions, if any, should a graduate program in philosophy admit PhD students for whom it cannot provide funding? Visit the Daily Nous to comment. A professor at a department of philosophy sent in that question for consideration among the readers of Daily Nous. They write: There is disagreement among the faculty in my department about the issue of whether (and if so when) to admit PhD students without funding. For context, we have a small number of funded lines and we often have more qualified applicants who seem like they would be good […]
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