B.A. (Hons) Philosophy
B.A. (Hons) Philosophy consists of Core Courses, Electives and Discipline Specific Courses. The B A (Hons.) Philosophy programme covers the full range of philosophy, from classical Indian Philosophy and Greek Philosophy to Modern Logic, Ethical theories of Mill and Kant and contemporary reflections on current debates in applied ethics and bioethics, analytic philosophy and continental philosophy, philosophy of science and law, and core courses in Indian and western philosophy texts. Current issues in feminist theory are also dealt with. There are many choices students have regarding which options they can take which makes the Honours syllabus a rich and diverse experience for students.
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B.A. (Prog.) Philosophy
The B.A. (Prog.) Philosophy programme covers a wide range of philosophy, from classical Indian Philosophy and Greek Philosophy to Modern Logic. In addition to that there are various courses like Art and Film Appreciation and Technology and Ethics, Philosophical aspects of Ambedkar’s thought that will make the students aware of contemporary issues. Current issues in ethics and feminist theory are also dealt with.