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Philosophy - unit set code MJ-A000048

Philosophy provides an introduction to most of the central themes in contemporary philosophical studies. A distinctive feature of the major is its focus upon Asian philosophy, psychoanalysis and philosophy as practiced in continental Europe. Individual units cover questions which deal with the nature of human existence; value, belief and purpose; and knowledge and belief.

On successful completion of the Philosophy major sequence, students should have the following skills:

  • an ability to develop and articulate abstract ideas
  • an ability to reflect upon and critique assumptions about life, values and society
  • an ability for logical thinking and rational argument
  • an ability to debate philosophical issues arising in fields such as ethics, political values, knowledge systems, religion and interpersonal relationships.


Level 1

Trimester 1 or trimester 3

ASP102/ASP202 Unit description is currently unavailable   

 

Trimester 2

ASP106 Unit description is currently unavailable   


Levels 2 and 3

Select 6 credit points with at least 2 credit points at level 2 and at least 2 credit points at level 3 from the following:


Offered in alternate levels - 2010, 2012

Trimester 1

ASP224/ASP324 Unit description is currently unavailable   

ASP226/ASP326 Unit description is currently unavailable   


Trimester 2
ASP215/ASP315 Unit description is currently unavailable   

ASP227/ASP327 Unit description is currently unavailable   

 


Offered in alternate levels - 2011, 2013

 

Trimester 1

ASP207/ASP307 Unit description is currently unavailable   

ASP214/ASP314 Unit description is currently unavailable   

 

Trimester 2

ASP216/ASP316 Unit description is currently unavailable   

ASP225/ASP325 Unit description is currently unavailable   

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