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L41 In fact, starting from the 2010 Rankings of Doctoral Programs in America published by the
National Research Council (NRC), UNT Philosophy would rank second behind only Carnegie
Melon and ahead of Stanford and Duke in terms of external funding. If CSID alone were a
department, it would rank third, just behind Stanford.
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