Online, Distance Learning, Bachelor in Philosophy
The history of thought is privileged in the curricula of the three years of the Bachelor's degree.
The first year of the Bachelor’s in Philosophy is devoted to ancient and medieval thought. This initiation accompanies the central metaphysics module.
The second year of the Bachelor’s in Philosophy focuses on modern thought. This discovery accompanies the political philosophy module, on the one hand, and the philosophy of knowledge module, on the other.
The third year of the Bachelor’s in Philosophy is dedicated to contemporary philosophies. This study accompanies the aesthetics module and the third part of metaphysics.
A DOUBLE OBJECTIVE
A PROGRESSIVE INITIATION
Introduction to the various fields of philosophy (metaphysics, ethics, logic, political philosophy, aesthetics, epistemology...)
AN INTRODUCTION TO THE GREAT PHILOSOPHERS
Philosophers that have marked the history of philosophical thought (Plato, Aristotle, Pascal, Descartes, Spinoza, Kant, Hegel, Kierkegaard, Nietzsche, Levinas, Sartre, Foucault, M. Henry...)
THE STUDENT WILL HAVE READ THE PRIMARY BIBLIOGRAPHY
The student will have been directly exposed the philosophers studied, so that they are not limited to indirect commentaries or secondary literature. Importance is given to the reading of the texts themselves, according to the instructors’ indications.
THE STUDENT WILL HAVE BECOME ABLE TO FIND HIS WAY IN THE CHRONOLOGY OF PHILOSOPHICAL SYSTEMS
In order to progressively elaborate his/her own thought, the student will have acquired the intellectual tools and concepts developed by the philosophers who preceded him/her, because it is in their chronological succession that he/she can understand and localize them.
BECOMING A PROFESSIONAL PHILOSOPHER
Everyone does philosophy. However, a minimum of knowledge of the history of thought, of the different schools of philosophy that have succeeded one another, as well as of the intellectual tools that have been progressively forged, helps one on the personal level to think in a more concise manner of expression and in a more profound way of analysis.
AN ACCESSIBLE HERITAGE
This is why the study of philosophy is of interest to all those who have been studying or have been trained in other fields. The flexibility offered by Domuni Universitas makes this priceless cultural heritage accessible to all in online, distance learning courses, that could lead to the granting of degrees/diplomas.
WHERE KNOWLEDGE CONVERGES
The granting of equivalences according to the norms of the Bologna agreements between European universities makes it possible to recognize previously-acquired experience and to live a true "transdisciplinarity" where different fields of knowledge converge. In this way, it is possible, without going into unnecessary academic detours, to move on to the research and specialization phase by acquiring a double degree and then a master's degree and a PhD.
ASSESSMENT OF KNOWLEDGE
Each course completion is evaluated by
- a 10-question quiz
- a paper (5 pages)
At the end of the academic year
- An exam in person taxes place by a videoconference examination, recorded, with a doctor of philosophy
What is Philosophy
Philosophy is a branch of knowledge concerned with understanding and exploring fundamental questions about existence, reality, knowledge, values, and the meaning of life. It involves critical thinking, argumentation, and careful analysis of concepts and arguments.
Diferent topics of Philosophy
Philosophy covers a wide range of topics, including metaphysics (the study of the nature of reality), epistemology (the study of knowledge and belief), ethics (the study of moral values and principles), political philosophy (the study of government and society), and aesthetics (the study of beauty and art).
History of Philosophy
Philosophy has been studied for thousands of years and has had a significant impact on many other fields, including science, literature, and the arts. Philosophers use various methods and approaches to explore these questions, including logical analysis, conceptual clarification, historical research, and thought experiments.
Understanding the life
Overall, philosophy is concerned with understanding the world around us, our place in it, and how we should live our lives. It provides a framework for critical thinking and reflection, enabling us to better understand ourselves and our world.
A bachelor degree in philosophy
A broad understanding
A Bachelor's degree in Philosophy is an undergraduate academic degree that typically takes four years to complete. It is designed to provide students with a broad understanding of the central concepts, arguments, and theories in various areas of philosophy, including metaphysics, epistemology, ethics, political philosophy, and aesthetics.
During a Bachelor's degree in Philosophy, students will typically take courses that cover topics such as logic, critical reasoning, ethics, history of philosophy, and contemporary philosophy. They may also have the opportunity to specialize in particular areas of philosophy, such as philosophy of science, philosophy of mind, or philosophy of religion.
Graduates with a Bachelor's degree in Philosophy have a wide range of career options, including law, journalism, education, public policy, and social work. They are often valued for their analytical and critical thinking skills, as well as their ability to communicate complex ideas effectively.
A Bachelor's degree in Philosophy can also be a stepping stone to further academic study in philosophy or related fields, such as law, theology, or political science.