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Department of Philosophy


Courses and Programmes Spring 2021


NB, the information below is for international students at the department. For an overview of courses and programmes offered to Swedish students, please change language to Swedish.


All information on this semester's courses (schedules, general and detailed syllabi, teachers lists, reading lists and instructions, etc.) is available here in the Student Portal. Students registered for a course will automatically have access to all course information when logging in to the Portal. For more information on how to log in to the Student Portal the first time, please visit the portal start page.

Non-registered students will have access only to public course information (such as general syllabi and schedules). Most courses for international students require manual registration by the department course administrator, please contact the administrator for more information.

Overview

C Level (Exchange Studies)

Practical Philosophy C (30 Credits), and Theoretical Philosophy C (30 Credits) (klick on links to see elective courses)

C Seminars in Practical Philosophy and in Theoretical Philosophy

 

Master's Programme – Aesthetics

Master's Programme in the Humanities – Aesthetics

M Seminars in Aesthetics

Department Higher Seminars

Elective Courses

Period 1: 18/1–21/2

Period 2: 22/2–28/3 Period 3: 29/3–2/5 Period 4: 3/5–6/6
Reading Course (Elisabeth Schellekens Dammann) (7.5 Credits)

 

Philosophy of Music
(7.5 Credits)
(12/4–16/5)

Master Class: David Davies on Fiction (7,5 Credits)

 

Master's Programme – Philosophy

Master's Programme in the Humanities – Philosophy

M Seminars in Philosophy

Department Higher Seminars

Elective Courses

Period 1: 18/1–21/2

Period 2: 22/2–28/3 Period 3: 29/3–2/5 Period 4: 3/5–6/6

Philosophical Perspectives 2 – Realism and Relativism
(7.5 Credits)

The Philosophy of Death
(7.5 Credits) (CM)

Language and Reality
(7.5 Credits) (CM)

Is Morality Objective?
(7.5 Credits) (CM)

Place and Experience
(7.5 Credits) ((C)M)

Master Class: David Davies on Fiction
(7,5
Credits)