Joint Undergraduate Licence: English and Philosophy
This joint undergraduate Licence aims to:
- ensure a generalised and fundamental programme of learning in philosophy, in the fields of general philosophy and the history of philosophy, from Ancient History to the contemporary period;
- ensure a perfect command of the English language, and a detailed understanding of the history of political and religious thought in Anglo-Saxon countries, as well as the contemporary culture of Anglophone countries;
- bring to light the links between philosophical thinking on the one hand, and other skills and practices on the other: the human sciences; the arts; the natural sciences; politics; languages; religions; etc.;
- reflect on the linguistic dimension of thought, and develop a capacity to compare these phenomena within different cultural contexts.