And then you've got your Philosophy major; the worst of both worlds, perhaps? No right answers, true.. in fact, this is No Right Answers at its extreme, innit? On the other hand, you also have read and understand the writings of the Philosophers who came before you (who may or may not have been geniuses and prodigies, but at least had pretty complex ideas.) Sure, Philosophy may be all well and good (and the same goes for Literature, as Demeter pointed out,) if you just want to relax with a little Sartre or whatnot, but try reading, understanding and remembering (permanently, if you intend to do anything to do with philosophy after you're done with the degree you're working on) the writings of not only Sartre, Descartes, and Kant, but the likes of (difficult translations of) Foucault (still waiting for him to draw a conclusion,) Wittgenstein, Derrida, and worse.