The recent interview with Prof. Moss--in which she noted "I was a math major in college and was all set to go to math grad school"--reminded me of a familiar pattern in Anglophone philosophy, namely, that it appears to be full of almost mathematicians and physicists: hence this poll. Please only answer if you are presently a philosophy faculty member or philosophy PhD student at an English-speaking program. If you hadn't gone into philosophy (either as an undergraduate or graduate student), what field would you have pursued? So, e.g., if you majored in philosophy undergraduate, but almost went to law school, choose 'law.' If you were going to major in physics, but then majored in philosophy, choose "physics." If you were a math major before getting a PhD in philosophy, choose "math." If you in fact pursued a double major, or a double PhD, or a PhD and another postgraduate degree, choose the other field (e.g., I would choose law). And so on.