The courses that run in each academic year are subject to change in line with faculty availability and student demand so there is no guarantee every course will be delivered. For further information, please see here and speak to your admissions contact.
The Mind & Reality course engages students with classic texts and debates on key...… Read More
The Values & Society seminar series engages students with classic philosophy texts...… Read More
Explore ethical issues that arise in Data Science and the related field of AI… Read More
The Minds and Machines course engages students with philosophical thinking and AI… Read More
Your in-depth study courses will help you develop expertise in specific areas of Data Science or Philosophy. You will choose two of the following topics.
Analyse data sets in Python using modern data analytics libraries … Read More
Epistemology investigates questions about knowledge and the justification of beliefs,… Read More
Investigate the epistemological, methodological and ontological dimensions of science… Read More
How are the meanings of our expressions fixed?… Read More
What, if anything, is the mind, and how does it relate to the body?… Read More
Explore the languages and tools of classical elementary logic … Read More
Exploration of the social, political, and ethical dimensions of emerging technologies… Read More
Further Study (Choose one)
Aesthetics is concerned with experience and objects, and their nature and value.… Read More
Ancient Greek philosophy from the pre-Socratics to the post-Aristotelian schools.… Read More
This course investigates the history of philosophical ethics in the west. We study cl… Read More
The Kant to Nietzsche course at NCH engages with Kant’s Critique of Pure Reason… Read More
The Metaphysics course at NCH investigates the fundamental nature of reality, beginni… Read More
Authority, liberty, democracy, justice, the market: these are themes of enormous inte… Read More
Your studies culminate in the research and preparation of a 10,000 to 12,000-word dissertation on a philosophical topic, which you will defend in a viva voce examination.