Research Projects 2: Moral and Political Philosophy


Course Objective

1. Learn to carry out well-defined research projects in present-day
practical philosophy.
2. Learn to write a paper on one’s findings, and to share and discuss
these in a closing workshop.

Course Content

This course will concern present-day research in practical philosophy
(details will be provided on Canvas).

Teaching Methods


Method of Assessment

Assignments: 40% in total
Final paper + presentation: 60%


To be announced on Canvas

Target Audience

Research master students Philosophy

General Information

Course Code W_AAMPHUP006
Credits 6 EC
Period P5
Course Level 400
Language of Tuition English
Faculty Faculty of Humanities
Course Coordinator dr. J.J.W. Wieland
Examiner dr. J.J.W. Wieland
Teaching Staff

Practical Information

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