Length: 1 year (can be spread over 2 calendar years)
Preparing for degree: Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy
Year 1 of Online, Distance Learning, Bachelor’s in Philosophy
EQUIVALENCES AND VALIDATION OF ACQUIRED EXPERIENCE
Domuni Universitas follows the rules of the Bologna agreements between European universities which allow for academic reorientation by recognizing work done in different fields. Do not hesitate to communicate your previous training and studies to the administration by sending a scan of your diplomas and degrees.
You can download the above detailed program in PDF format for Year 1 of the Bachelor's in Philosophy.
At the bottom of this page is the list of courses. By clicking on the title of each, you can see the course presentation and the detailed outline of each course.
TO VALIDATE THE COMPLETION OF YEAR 1 OF BACHELOR’S IN PHILOSOPHY
Take the quiz for each course
Submit 10 assignments/papers for the different courses studied
Take the two in-person exams (semester 1 exam, semester 2 exam). Each exam covers all the courses validated by an assignment in the semester concerned. Foreign language courses are not included in the exam.
SEMESTER 1: THE BIRTH OF PHILOSOPHY
To initiate students to philosophy with a general introduction, a course that presents the first articulations of human rationality, with the decisive passage from muthos to logos.
To discover the sources of critical thinking, through the pre-Socratic philosophers, then Plato and Aristotle.
Being able to present the transition from mythical to rational thought.
Being able to present the philosophers of antiquity and their historical connections.
Courses of the 1rst semester bachelor of Philosophy
- General Methodology
- Introduction to Philosophy
- The Origins of Philosophy - Pre-Socratics
- Plato, a way of life
- Aristotle and the aristotelian tradition
SEMESTER 2: THE EXTENSION OF PHILOSOPHY INTO THE MIDDLE AGES
To study the extension of Greek philosophy, particularly in the Middle Ages, with the spread and (re)discovery of Aristotle, through a vast initiation to medieval thought, covering several centuries.
To discover the richness and importance of this period for the history of thought.
Having discovered what metaphysical thinking can be.
Having understood the evolution of the concept of metaphysics.
Having perceived the historical importance of the philosophical reflection of the Middle Ages for contemporary thought.
Being able to present the evolution of philosophy from Parmenides to Descartes in relation to the question of God.
Courses of the 2nd semester bachelor of Philosophy
- Foundations of Ethics
- Being and Knowing
- Metaphysics or Philosophy of Being
- Metaphysics part one
- Metaphysics part two
Enrollment happens daily. As soon as the registration process is completed, students receive a code that allows them to access the Domoodle teaching platform and begin studying. Each academic year can be spread over two calendar years without the need to re-enroll or pay tuition fees again.
List of Courses
Metaphysics is the study of things in their ultimate causes. As such, the specialty of metaphysics is that it seeks the final explanation or the ultimate causes of things precisely in so far as they are, in so far as they exist, or in so far as they are real. Aristotle called it “First Philosophy” or “Theology” since it leads to the first principle or the ultimate explanation of all things.
All human knowledge begins with sense experience but can terminate sometimes in the senses, or in the imagination or in the intellect alone . Accordingly we can distinguish between three levels of scientific knowledge corresponding to the three degrees of abstraction from matter which can be made by the intellect in its examination of reality.
Ethics, like philosophy, is in search of principles and universals. Ethics reflects on a particular human experience, namely, the experience of the good or of being good, and sets it in the context of the whole. One could also say that ethics reflects on what is the good and how our lives are oriented towards it
The course aims to show that from its origins through the early efforts made by the earliest oriental thinkers before the era of ancient great Greek thinkers, philosophy has remained a branch of knowledge concerned with fundamental questions concerning existence, human values, language, knowledge and many other matters.