University of Stirling
This degree is primarily designed as a preparatory year for entry to postgraduate work in philosophy. It aims to provide a firm foundation of general understanding and skills in philosophy which will serve as a basis for sound philosophical research. Graduate students are taught in dedicated graduate classes.
Applicants should normally have a good 1st degree in philosophy, a UK upper 2nd Class Honours degree or its equivalent (or the equivalent level of pass in the SASP Conversion Diploma). Applicants with other qualifications may be admitted on the recommendation of the programme director. IELTS score of 7.0 required for those whose 1st language is not English.
Current issues in philosophy 1; current issues in philosophy 2 ; research methods; classical philosophy; philosophers of the scottish enlightenment; kant; origins and history of analytic philosophy; advanced logic; philosophy of mathematics; philosophy of perception; aesthetics; political philosophy; topics in recent moral theory; wittgenstein; philosophy of mind; intuitions and philosophical methodology; advanced epistemology.
Assessment is based on essays and a dissertation.
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|Stirling Campus||Stirling||FK9 4LA||Scotland|
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