MA in Philosophy
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Name MA in Philosophy
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Title MA in Philosophy
title MA in Philosophy
Award level Postgraduate
Level Postgraduate
Min award points 180
Alternative Philosophy
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abstract Develop your Research and Analytical Skills by evaluating arguments from the Latest Debates in Social and Political Philosophy.
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Description Master of Arts in Philosophy
description <div><p>Studying this MA in Philosophy will hone your ability to think clearly and logically, and develop your writing, research and analytical skills. You'll study texts from different periods and philosophical perspectives, including works by Plato, Friedrich Nietzsche, Michel Foucault and Hannah Arendt; and you'll investigate contemporary debates on environmental aesthetics, consciousness, global justice, emotion, and morality in politics. Finally, you'll undertake a substantial piece of independent research, writing a dissertation on a topic of your choice.</p></div>

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