Are you ready to apply historically informed views about knowledge and morality to topical issues like fake news and conspiracy theories, climate scepticism, the ubiquitous application of Artificial Intelligence, the relationship between freedom and equality, individual responsibility for collective outcomes, and the morality of markets?
The Philosophy track prepares you for a career as a researcher in philosophy. It focuses on central questions concerning human knowledge and morality, and allows you to specialise in different areas. Key features of the programme include the combination of historical and contemporary perspectives; the programme’s connection to the department’s internationally renowned research projects; a strong focus on research skills and preparation for an academic career; the opportunity to spend a semester abroad; and the fact that the programme is embedded in a humanities research and education environment.
Philosophy is one of the tracks of the Master's programme in Humanities Research.