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  1. This question has already been answered here for about a month or two, but I'm afraid I can't provide a link. The bottom line is that the Faculty of Philosophy provides in many ways a fundamental education that teaches you to think, reason, build logical chains, analyze, and process information. Many people go into business and politics after completing their studies and reach considerable heights there due to their general erudition and all of the above.

  2. Oh, it's complicated. I know one, a historian of philosophy, now a rock musician. They usually teach (the diploma allows you to teach automatically), if there is a hunt, and when there is a hunt:) Another well-known graduate philosopher works in the administration of a city with a population of one million, working in public relations. Someone is applying to journalism. In short, where the dialectic curve will lead:))))… there and proc (pro)think.

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