Philosophy studies the fundamental problems about the nature of knowledge and reality, and our moral and political ideas. Philosophy considers extremely general and ‘ultimate’ problems, such as the nature of reality, the purpose of human existence, and the basis of knowledge. It also scrutinizes the methods that are used to answer such questions.
Throughout the degree you will explore the values of the analytic school: rigour, clarity and thinking for one self. But the content of the degree extends well beyond the analytic tradition and its main preoccupations. Teaching takes the form of lectures, seminars, practicals and supervisions.
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