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    Ethics

    In this course students focus on ethics as applied to concrete ethically troubling contexts within the broader context of India and learn to come up with their own views and criticisms.

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    Ethics and Moral Philosophy

    How do we decide the best course of action? What do we think of as a good life? Are value judgements that we make universal or subjective?

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    Introduction to Philosophy

    This course equips students with core philosophical capabilities, especially working with others you disagree with, clarity of expression, and building the foundations of rigorous creativity.

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    Introduction to Philosophy

    This course equips students with core philosophical capabilities, especially working with others you disagree with, clarity of expression, and building the foundations of rigorous creativity.

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    Paradoxes

    This course introduces formal systems as tools to solve specific problems, giving students the capacity to evaluate which (and whether) a particular formal system is appropriate for the problem before them.

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    Philosophy of Art

    In this course, we will investigate the nature of artworks and the role they play in our lives; we will focus on specific problem cases and concrete artworks in order to answer these questions.


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    Philosophy of Measurement

    In this course, students will gain the capability of identifying and evaluating the normative presuppositions of different measurements through detailed case studies.

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    Philosophy of Religion

    The special aim of this course is to give students the capability of understanding and working with others from any of the major religions of India.

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    Philosophy of Science

    This course aims to enable students to rigorously engage with, and critically evaluate, scientific and social scientific work.

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    Philosophy of the Environment

    In this capstone course, students bring together the different parts of philosophy they have studied in order to analyse problems about the relationship between humans and the environment as well as the value and moral and political status of the environment.

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    Political Philosophy

    This course will acquaint students with major political ideologies in India and enable them to talk to and work with those they disagree with on political issues.

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    Public Reasoning

    This course enables students to think slowly and carefully, while working with others, through everyday arguments on topics of larger social interest.

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    The Self

    In using insights from both analytic philosophy and Indian philosophy to grapple with questions about the self, students will develop the capability to draw ideas from one tradition to solve problems that arise in another.