Philosophy

course offered

The department has prestigious programme of teaching and research at the level of MA and Ph D respectively, covering a diversity of areas in philosophy.

  • Classical Indian Philosophy
  • Modern Western Philosophy
  • Greek Philosophy
  • Logic and Ethics
  • Analytic Philosophy
  • Theory of Knowledge and Metaphysics
  • Phenomenology and Post modern Thoughts
  • Existentialism
  • Social and Political Philosophy
  • Philosophy of Religion
  • Aesthetics, etc.

 

Course Structure: MA Philosophy

Semester I                                                             Semester II

Core Course

Core Course

Code

Course Name

Code

Course Name

PHIL - 101

Classical Indian Philosophy - I

PHIL - 201

Modern Western Philosophy - II (Kant and Hegel)

PHIL - 102

Greek Philosophy

PHIL - 202

Ethics

PHIL - 103

Modern Western Philosophy - I

PHIL - 203

Analytic Philosophy

PHIL - 104

Logic

PHIL - 204

Classical Indian Philosophy - II

Semester III                                                                            Semester IV

Core Course

Core Course

Code

Course Name

Code

Course Name

PHIL - 301

Epistemology

PHIL - 401

Phenomenology and Hermeneutics

PHIL - 302

Metaphysics

PHIL - 402

Existentialism and Post-modern Philosophy

Elective Course(Choose either one of the following)

Elective Course(Choose either one of the following)

PHIL - 303

Social & Political Philosophy

PHIL - 403

Buddhist Philosophy

PHIL - 304

Western Aesthetics

PHIL - 404

L. Wittgenstein: Philosophical Investigations

PHIL - 305

Philosophy of Religion

PHIL - 405

Philosophy of Science

Optional Course(Choose either one of the following)

Optional Course(Choose either one of the following)

PHIL - 306

Ethno-Philosophy

PHIL - 406

Applied Ethics

PHIL - 307

Manipuri Vaisnavism

PHIL - 407

Feminists Thought

PHIL - 308

Gandhi & Libertarian Socialism

PHIL - 408

Philosophy of Human Rights