GCAS College Dublin

Philosophy Department

The department’s statement of principle:

Our Philosophy department offers a Ph.D. and an MA. Our view is that philosophy is an essential skill in a world in need of clarity and logical, evidence based reasoning.

About the Philosophy Department at GCAS

The GCAS philosophy department is dedicated to multidisciplinary questioning universal norms hidden in thought and in language. It is dedicated to the study of continental philosophy from a genealogical and genetic perspective, a history of ideas with an eye towards the problems and questions of the future. Learn from top professors, attend lectures and seminars and discuss problems and theory with other intellectuals. Keep on reading to learn more about all the things the Philosophy Department has to offer.

Chair of the Philosophy Department:

Creston Davis Ph.D.

Faculty for the Philosophy Department:

Creston Davis, Ph.D.

Bracha L. Ettinger, Ph.D.

Francisco Gonzalez, Ph.D.

Keith Faulkner, Ph.D.

Dejan Lukić, Ph.D.

Jean-Luc Nancy, Ph.D. (Rest in Peace)

Julie Reshe, Ph.D.

Tere Vadén, Ph.D.

Degree Programmes in Philosophy

Bachelors (BA) of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies with a Specialization in Philosophy as well as the Ph.D. in Philosophy

Masters (MA) in Philosophy:

Length: 1 Year

Tuition Costs: 5,000€

Requirements: Bachelors Degree

Doctorate (Ph.D.) in Philosophy:

Length: 3 Year

Tuition Costs: 5,000€

Requirements: Acceptance

Philosophy Certificates

Deleuze & Practical Philosophy

GCAS Deleuze Series