I'm considering doing a philosophy physics double major at the expense of taking a few upper division physics electives or math/engineering classes like Plasma Physics, Nuclear and Particle Physics, Intro to Solid State Physics, fluid mechanics, statistics, etc. Will this hurt my chances of getting into graduate school? Of course I will still have fulfilled the core physics curriculum (freshman physics 1-3, Classical Mechanics 1 & 2, E&M 1 & 2, Quantum 1 & 2, Thermo/StatMech, 3 different physics labs, also about to start working an honors thesis). The reason I want to double major is of course both subjects interest me but I'd also like to be able to apply to philosophy graduate school as well. Thanks.