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What Will You Learn?

  • SYLLABUS DETAILS
  • Section-I. Introduction:
  • Definition, Nature and Scope of Philosophy
  • Section-II. Philosophical Methods:
  • Socratic Method (Socrates); Inductive Method (Bacon, Mill); Deductive Method
  • (Aristotle, Descartes); Dialectical Method (Hegel); Fallibilistic Method (Popper)
  • Section-III. Epistemology: Rationalism (Plato, Descartes, Spinoza); Empiricism (Locke, Berkeley,
  • Hume); Transcendentalism (Kant); Intuitionism (Bergson)
  • Section-IV. Ontology: Idealism (Plato, Berkeley); Representative Realism (Locke); Historical and
  • Dialectical Materialism (Marx)
  • Section-V. Ethics: What is morality? The challenge of cultural relativism; Does morality depend
  • on religion? Psychological and ethical egoism: Virtue Ethics (Aristotle); Moral
  • Absolutism (Kant), Utilitarianism (J.S. Mill); Social Contract Theory (Hobbes, Rawls).
  • Section-VI. Muslim Thinkers: Al-Farabi, Ibn Sina, Al-Ghazali, Ibn Rushd, Ibn Khaldun, Shah
  • Waliullah, Muhammad Iqbal.
  • Section-VII. Contemporary Philosophical Movements:
  • Existentialism (Heidegger, Sartre); Pragmatism (Peirce, James, Dewey);
  • Neo-pragmatism (Rorty); Postmodernism (Lyotard, Foucault, Derrida)

Course Content

Section-I. Introduction:
Definition, Nature and Scope of Philosophy

  • 00:00
  • Lecture No.02
    00:00
  • Lecture No.03
    00:00
  • Lecture No.05
    00:00
  • Lecture No.06-Nature & Scope of Philosophy
    00:00
  • Lecture No.07-Moral Philosophy
    00:00
  • Lecture No.08-Philosophy of Mind
    00:00

Section-II. Philosophical Methods:
Socratic Method (Socrates); Inductive Method (Bacon, Mill); Deductive Method (Aristotle, Descartes); Dialectical Method (Hegel); Fallibilistic Method (Popper)

Section-III-Epistemology:
Epistemology: Rationalism (Plato, Descartes, Spinoza); Empiricism (Locke, Berkeley, Hume); Transcendentalism (Kant); Intuitionism (Bergson)

Section-IV.Ontology:
Ontology: Idealism (Plato, Berkeley); Representative Realism (Locke); Historical and Dialectical Materialism (Marx)

Section-V. Ethics:
What is morality? The challenge of cultural relativism; Does morality depend on religion? Psychological and ethical egoism: Virtue Ethics (Aristotle); Moral Absolutism (Kant), Utilitarianism (J.S. Mill); Social Contract Theory (Hobbes, Rawls).

Section-VI. Muslim Thinkers:
Al-Farabi, Ibn Sina, Al-Ghazali, Ibn Rushd, Ibn Khaldun, Shah Waliullah, Muhammad Iqbal.

Section-VII. Contemporary Philosophical Movements:
Existentialism (Heidegger, Sartre); Pragmatism (Peirce, James, Dewey); Neo-pragmatism (Rorty); Postmodernism (Lyotard, Foucault, Derrida)

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