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Diploma in Philosophy

Academic Programme


REGULAR COURSES

I B.Ph.

II B.Ph.

FIRST SEMESTER

  1. Introduction to Philosophical studies (1 credit).
  2. Methodology (1 credit).
  3. Logic(2 credits)
  4. Sanskrit (3 credits)
  5. Vedic philosophy (3 credits)
  6. Ancient Greek philosophy(2 credits)
  7. Medieval philosophy (2credits)
  8. Modern western philosophy(3 credits)
  9. Philosophy of education (2 credits)
  10. English (Grammar) (2 credits)
  11. English (speech, phonetics and Information) (2 credits)
  12. Hindi- Rashtrabhasha courses (3 credits)
  13. Hindi (Basic)
  14. Latin (preliminary)
  1. Epistemology (3 credits)
  2. Philosophy of Human Person (3 credits)
  3. Philosophy of God (3 credits)
  4. Contemporary Western Philosophy (2 credits)
  5. Existentialism and Phenomenology (1 credits)
  6. Contemporary Indian Philosophy (2 credits)
  7. Islamology (2 credits)
  8. Contemporary Social Challenges and Christian Response (2 credits)
  9. Elective (2 credits)
  10. Seminar (2 credits)

SECOND SEMESTER

  1. Philosophy of Being(3 credits)
  2. Indian Philosophical Systems I (Orthodox) (3 credits)
  3. Indian philosophical systems II( heterodox) (2 credits)
  4. Social doctrines of the church (2 credits)
  5. Personality Management (2 credits)
  6. Islamology (2 credits)
  7. General Psychology (3 credits)
  8. Cultural and Religious Anthropology (3 credits)
  9. Communication Skills (2 credits)
  1. Special Ethics (2 credits)
  2. Aesthetics (2 credits)
  3. Indian Religious Texts (2 credits)
  4. Feasts and Celebrations of India (2 credits)
  5. Personality Management (2 credits)
  6. Research Paper (3 credits)
  7. Philosophy of Nature and Science (3 credits)
  8. General Ethics (2 credits)

 

 

 

ELECTIVE (2 Credits each)
(During the second semester of one’s philosophy course, a student should do one Elective)

1.

Indian Spiritual Traditions

S. Alackapally

2.

Textual Study: Jiddu Krishnamurti

W. Edattukaran

3.

Sthitaprajna

J. Parecattil

SEMINAR (2 Credits each)
(During the second semester of one’s philosophy course, a student should do one Elective)

1.

Indian Gurus & Ashram Movements

S. Alackapally

2.

Socrates in the Dialogues of Plato

T. Chirapurat

3.

Sanskrit Literature

J. Parecattil

3.

Avatara & Incarnation

F. Aykaraparampil

 

RESEARCH PAPER 

During the final year of the B.Ph, every student has to write a research Paper on any area of interest and relevant to the curriculum. The subject should be approved by the Guide as well as Dean of studies. The length of the research Paper shall be between 25 to 30 pages. It should a critical evaluation of the subject and written according to the research methodology.


The work of the research paper shall progress systematically, utilizing the available time from the beginning of the II year of philosophy itself. The works of the main chapters be over before the end of the first semester itself. The presentation of the research paper shall have 25% of the total marks.

 

SECOND YEAR PHILOSOPHY 

 

 

FIRST YEAR PHILOSOPHY 



 

 

 

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