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862-0050-00L  History and Philosophy of Knowledge: Goals, Methods and Work Technics

SemesterAutumn Semester 2016
LecturersN. El Kassar, N. Guettler, M. Hampe, F. Hupfer, C. Jany, B. Schär, M. Wulz
Periodicityyearly recurring course
Language of instructionGerman
CommentOnly for History and Philosophy of Knowledge MSc.

This lecture is important as an Introduction to the Master Programme


AbstractThe lecture series are held by all scientific disciplines involved in the HPK-Master programme and are meant to acquaint the students with the different ambitions, methods and techniques of each discipline. Furthermore, the lectures should serve as a "helpdesk" and "workshop" for all theses written within the M.A. programme.
ObjectiveThe interdisciplinary lecture series are exclusively addressed to the students of the HPK-M.A. programme. They provide an insight into all the disciplines which participate in the M.A. programme and their specific demands, approaches, problems and techniques. Subsequent to the lectures, there will be an opportunity to discuss difficulties occurring within the procedures of thesis-writing. The series should provide and secure a substantial, methodological and formal orientation within the disciplines taught in the M.A.-program.
Prerequisites / NoticeDates: Thursday, 10-12