Objectives and Attainment Targets of the Study Programme
- to be able to plot an itinerary within the articulated philosophical research methodology and to develop the relevant skills on a self-reliant basis;
- to be able to develop an original application on and a critical querying of said methodology and skills by way of complex philosophical and/or scientific and social issues;
- to be able to communicate one’s own research results to professional peers.
- to acquire an in-depth and specialist philosophical knowledge either of
- the history of philosophy
- ethics and philosophical anthropology
- epistemology, philosophy of science, logic and metaphysics;
- to acquire an in-depth and specialist knowledge of the research methodology and research skills particular to one of the above disciplines;
- to apply said research methodology and skills onto complex issues
- from either philosophy
- from a scientific discipline, or a subdomain thereof
- from the social field;
- to develop and elaborate in a concrete sense an original contribution to philosophy through the autonomous selection and treatment of a research topic in a duly self-reliant basis, prospectively followed by the practical execution of research in a laboratory, clinical or social setting through a work placement;
- written reporting skills, oral communication skills and juxtaposing one’s own research results against professional peers.