This programme is characterised by a firm integration of historical and systematic approaches in philosophy and an emphasis on studying primary philosophical texts.
The one-year master's programme offers four fields of focus: * History and Philosophy of Science; * Ethics and Politics; * Philosophical Anthropology; * Philosophy of Culture. The institute has strong international links with philosophy departments worldwide, resulting in an active programme of visiting scholars and lecturers. The institute's research programme 'meets the highest international standards', according to the latest external research assessment.
Accredited by: NVAO in: Netherlands
This programme has a workload of 60 ECTS.
History and Philosophy of the Sciences:
The Master's in History and Philosophy of the Sciences at Leiden University is your opportunity to investigate the ways in which philosophy, history, and science interact in the field of humanities.
Ethics and Politics:
The Master's in Philosophy of Ethics and Politics at Leiden University is your opportunity to explore in-depth the disciplines of moral, political and social philosophy.
Philosophical Anthropology and Philosophy of Culture:
The Master's in Philosophical Anthropology and Philosophy of Culture at Leiden University examines fundamental questions concerning the study of human beings and the natural sciences.
Philosophy, Politics and Economics:
The Master's in Philosophy, Politics and Economics at Leiden University brings together some of the most important approaches to understanding the local, the global and the universal.
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Previous education: BA degree (or equivalent) in Philosophy from a recognised university, (see website www.unileidenmasters.nl).
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