- Philosophy of Language
- Critical Theory
- Academic Writing 1
- Creative Thinking
- Personality Development 1
It majorly focuses on analysis of ideas that have shaped the intellectual climate of being. As part of the course, students will delve deep into the texts of classic historical philosophies as well as contemporary philosophy to ponder the type of questions that will enhance their ability to understand heritage, contemporaries and themselves. It will examine folk opinions and interpret questions arising from their engagement with real world arguments. Students will have the opportunity to explore a number of central social, political and ethical theories, the epistemological themes around intelligence and mechanical mind, the relationship between knowledge, beliefs and evidence, and the role of reasoning and sensory perception in knowledge acquisition.
B.A. (Hons.) Philosophy
3 + 1 years’ programme. Course Structure for the programme of Bachelor of Arts (Hons.) in Philosophy.
Per Semester any 2 out of the 6 Elective Offered, to be selected
Note: If course is not offered due to lack of adequate number of students, students of the same course will be transferred to other course on the basis of available seats as per the guidelines of the Academic Council.