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Modern European Philosophy (MA)

About the programme

The programme consists of 60 EC, to be completed in one year.

Programme structure

You will take a mandatory introduction seminar German Idealism followed by three elective courses (10 EC each) in the area of Modern European Philosophy courses (10 EC each). In the second semester, you will be writing your master’s thesis (20 EC) supported by a mandatory thesis seminar.

The master’s thesis should be an independent academic contribution to philosophy in the field of Modern European Philosophy. Before graduation you will sit for a final exam for which you will defend your thesis and possibly answer questions about a selection of other subjects.

Assessment of courses is normally based on class presentations, assignments, and a final (research) paper.

For a detailed programme, see the Prospectus.

Please note that this guide applies to the current academic year, which means that the curriculum for next year may slightly differ.

Rozemund Uljée

University Lecturer

Rozemund Uljée

“This programme provides all the necessary tools for philosophical reflection on the multifaceted aspects of human nature and culture, against the background of contemporary trends: global violence, ecological doom scenarios, renewed search for spirituality, human enhancement by technology, and so forth.”

Admission and Application

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