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Masters Qualifying in Philosophy A (12 points)
Leader: Ian Gold and Toby Handfield
Synopsis: Students take two units from the following list: (i) Metaphysics and Epistemology; (ii) Value Theory; (iii) Foundations of Analytic Philosophy; (iv) Contemporary European Philosophy; (v) Supervised reading; (vi) Philosophy of Mind and Cognition; (vi) Philosophical Pedagogy. Each unit consists of six 2-hour seminars. At least four units will be offered. Students will be provided details of which units are on offer as well as specific reading lists shortly after they receive their letter of offer to undertake Masters Qualifiying.
Assessment: Two units. Each unit will be assessed by written work totalling 4,500 words. The exception is the Philosophical Pedagogy unit. There the assessment consists in a) two written exercises (3000 words, 67%); and b) a practical performance (33%).
Contact Hours: Two units. Each unit consists of nine 2-hour seminars
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