Philosophy Department


This program 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.

The department’s statement of principle:

Hitherto philosophers have defined the world from a majoritarian viewpoint. Our meta-philosophical program will attempt to express it from that of the minority. Instead of assuming that concepts come ready-made from the history of philosophy, we must construct a new philosophical concept to prove that it can work in today’s world. Instead providing a normative abstraction, we must explain the genesis of ideas so that anyone can put them into practice. The French philosopher Gilles Deleuze once said, “The thinker is not acephalic, aphasic, or illiterate, but becomes so.” We believe that, if philosophy is to set up a dialogue with non-philosophy, it must express the immanent modes of existence who cannot speak. The meta-philosophy in our program is dedicated to finding the real cause of their problems so that we can change the world together.


BA Specialization Program

 

Degree Programs


Bachelors (BA) in Arts & Interdisciplinary Studies with a Specialization in Philosophy

Length: 3 Year

Tuition Costs: 5,000€

Requirements: Acceptance

Prerequisites: Highly Selective


Masters (MA) in Philosophy

Length: 1 Year

Tuition Costs: 5,000€

Requirements: Bachelors Degree

Prerequisites: Highly Selective


Doctorate (PhD) in Philosophy

Forthcoming, September 2020


Certificates


 

MA Program


The Masters Degree in Philosophy & Psychoanalysis is one (1) year in length and requires the student to complete 60 credit hours by completing required seminars, peer-group work, and supervised guided research.

The MA thesis length and structure may vary between 20,000 - 40,000 words (excluding bibliography and appendices) and not to exceed 50,000 words. Footnotes & citations normally should not exceed 20% of the thesis. For more details consult the GCAS Handbook.