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Who we are

Combining historical and analytic approaches, we cover many central areas of philosophy, and we engage in a dialogue between contemporary philosophy and its history. You will have plenty of opportunities to start building a global philosophical network — from attending the department’s weekly colloquia with renowned guest lecturers to taking part in international conferences, workshops and summer schools on and off campus.

What you will study

  • Ancient and early modern philosophy
  • Philosophy of language and logic
  • Philosophy of mind
  • Perception and consciousness
  • Causation and free will
  • Ethics and metaethics
  • Philosophy of religion
  • Political philosophy
  • Theory of democracy

Apply by

  • February 1, 2021 – for master's and PhD studies with financial aid
  • March 15, 2021 – for self-financing master's candidates who will require a study visa
  • August 16, 2021 – for self-financing master's candidates who will not require a study visa

PRANAV AMBARDEKAR / INDIA / Department of Philosophy

“The department is a vibrant intellectual community with a strong grounding in analytic philosophy. It is also a conducive space to do interdisciplinary research and is open to other traditions of philosophy. Students benefit from uniquely tailored courses taught by distinguished faculty, weekly colloquia with speakers of international repute and graduate conferences where students get to showcase their work.”