M.A. Semester-I (Compulsory Courses): To start from August 2023
- PH401S: Philosophical Studies: Problems and perspectives; Course In-charge: Prof. Bhagat Oinam
- PH402S: Epistemology and Metaphysics: Issues and Problem of Knowing and Being; Course In-charge: Prof. Ajay Verma
- PH403S: Moral and Social Philosophy; Course In-charge: Prof. Bindu Puri
- PH404S: Logic and Scientific Method; Course In-charge: Dr. Smita Sirker
M.A Semester-III (Compulsory and Optional Courses) to start from August, 2023
a) PH409S: Seminar Course: Reading a Philosopher (Ramanujacharya) [compulsory]; Course In-charge: Prof. Nataraju Adarasupally
b) PH415S: Philosophy of Mind; [optional]; Course In-charge: Dr. Manidipa Sen
c) PH418S: Discourses on Value; [optional]; Course In-charge: Dr. Kh. Romesh Singh
d) PH419S: Ethics in Practice; [Optional]; Course In-charge: Dr. Bhaskarjit Neog
B.A (Optional Course ) to start from August , 2023
PH407Ethics; Course Incharge: Dr. Kh. Romesh Singh
Centre for Philosophy was set up in 1999 in the School of Social Sciences. The Centre aims at studying problems and concerns of philosophy cutting across traditions and narrow disciplinary boundaries. Issue-oriented interdisciplinary approach in teaching and research is the core focus of the Centre.
The academic programmes are intended to provide students a strong foundation in the discipline of philosophy by encouraging engagements with substantive questions and contemporary concerns. Along with the study of foremost themes in ontology, epistemology, ethics, and Indian Philosophy, the curricula of the Centre have been designed to explore newer enterprises in philosophy. The courses of study also focus on training students to read original texts, both classical and contemporary, and to write philosophical essays.
Seminars, conferences, workshops, lectures, and discussions on issues of general and interdisciplinary nature are an integral part of the activities of the Centre. Students are provided with ample opportunities to meet distinguished philosophers and scholars from India and abroad for discussions and debates on a regular basis.
The Centre for Philosophy constantly strives to create a body of scholarly work that can yield newer and richer reflections on philosophical issues and problems.