Bachelor 3 Philosophy
Length: 1 year (can be spread over 2 calendar years)
Preparing for degree: Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy
Year 3 of Online, Distance Learning, Bachelor’s in Philosophy
You can download the above detailed program in PDF format for Year 3 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 2 OF BACHELOR’S IN PHILOSOPHY
Take the quiz for each course
Submit 10 assignments/papers, 3 to 5 pages long each, for the different courses studied
Take the two in-person exams (semester 5 exam, semester 6 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 5: FIRST STEPS IN CONTEMPORARY PHILOSOPHY
To show how, born of modernity, contemporary philosophical currents are in the background of today's problems
To present a sub-discipline sometimes referred to as aesthetics, philosophy of art or philosophy of beauty. Perception, meaning, emotions... are all part of human intelligence.
To present the quest for meaning that characterizes contemporary philosophers as diverse as S. Kierkegaard, F. Nietzsche, Henri Bergson and Emmanuel Levinas.
Having discovered major contemporary philosophers.
Being able to use their systems of thought to approach subjects such as relationships, beauty, and resentment.
SEMESTER 6: CONTEMPORARY PHILOSOPHIES
To show how, although they address almost identical questions, it is useful to perceive how the authors on the curriculum constitute different worlds of thought, almost without communication with each other. Each philosopher constitutes a form of synthesis, a global vision, unified around a strong and central thought.
To ask the question: does dialogue exist or is thought fragmented in heterogeneous universes?
To introduce some of these systems of thought, through Jean Paul Sartre, Michel Foucault, Michel Henry, and René Girard.
Being able to analyze the violence of individuals and that which tears societies apart with relevant conceptual tools.
Being able to perceive that fraternity is not given to start with, but that it has to be built patiently, and above all, to be healed.
Having a sufficient culture in the history of the philosophy of science to approach the questions of bioethics, in particular in the medical field.
Being able to position the human person, his or her autonomy but also his or her determinisms, with the help of contemporary philosophy.
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
Social and political philosophy
Philosophy of Religion
Kant: A philosophy of Freedom
According to Gibelin in his Foreword to Religion within the Limits of Reason Alone, Freedom is the central theme of Kant’s philosophy. This course will introduce to Kant, centering on Freedom as a key concept to understand his philosophy, in the three spheres defined by the critical project: Metaphysics, Moral and Aesthetics.
Contemporary Issues in Bioethics I
Contemporary Issues in Bioethics II
Michel Foucault, analyst of the norm
A Brief Introduction to and Overview of Classical Religious Hinduism
There are many different spiritual pathways that were born in the Indian sub-continent: Buddhist, Jain, Sikh, for example, and others that came to India such as Christian and Muslim. Hindu spirituality which represents the spiritual quest of the vast majority of the people of India is rooted in the relentless and uninterrupted search of the seers from the Indian sub-continent.