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ADVICE AND GUIDANCE

BA Philosophy Programme Director: Sean Crawford

tel: 0161 275 1756 email: sean.crawford@manchester.ac.uk room: 4.041 Arthur Lewis Building

BA Philosophy Programme Administrator: Caroline Harmer

tel: 0161 275 7129 email: caroline.harmer@manchester.ac.uk

BA Philosophy Undergraduate Assistant: Joseph Barrett

tel: 0161 275 3204 email: joseph.barratt@manchester.ac.uk

Caroline and Joseph are based in the UG Support Office on the ground floor of the Arthur Lewis Building. The office is open Monday to Friday between 9am and 5pm during term time and 10am to 4pm during holidays. While students are always welcome to call at the Reception Desk on the ground floor of the Arthur Lewis Building, it is often quicker and more efficient to send an email to Caroline or Joseph in the first instance.

Academic Advisors: You can contact and/or meet your Academic Advisor to ask questions about your course unit choices. If you don’t know who your advisor is just log in to the student self-service system, through My Manchester, and click on your Student Centre. Your advisor is listed on the right hand side of the screen and if you click on the details link it will take you through to their email address. You can make an appointment to meet with academic staff by email or visit them in their office hours (which are displayed on the 4th Floor of the Arthur Lewis Building and on all course outlines). Staff contact details can be found at: http://www.socialsciences.manchester.ac.uk/subjects/philosophy/our-people/

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CONTENTS We hope you’ll find the information in this booklet useful in the run-up to examinations as well as using it for course unit selection for next academic session.

Examination information Examination Timetable Examination Results Resit Examination Period Mitigating Circumstances: Illness and Other Problems Progression: First Year Honours Examination Choosing Course Units for your Second Year Progression: Second Year Honours Examination Choosing Course Units for your Third Year Your Final Degree Classification

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Course Unit Selection and Registration Checklist Course Unit Information Free Choice Course Units Language Courses Online Course Unit Selection Made the wrong choice? Waitlists Your Course Units Course unit selection: guide to adding your courses on Self Service Registration

9 - 17 9 10 11-12 13 14 15 15 15 16 17

Programme Structure Programme Structure for second and third year

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Notes

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While every effort has been made to ensure that the information in this booklet is correct, changes in staffing can mean that it’s sometimes necessary to cancel course units or to teach course units in different semesters.

PLEASE KEEP THIS BOOKLET FOR REFERENCE

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EXAMINATION INFORMATION Examination Timetable Summer exams are held from Thursday 15 May to Wednesday 4 June 2014. Your exam timetable was made available through My Manchester during the week commencing Monday 4 April. Please examine your timetable carefully. If there’s anything you think is missing, please go immediately to the Student Services Centre (no. 57 on campus map) to complete an amendment form. Once the timetable has been published on My Manchester, any amendments you make at the SSC will not be updated on your timetable so it’s your responsibility to know where you need to be. Check your timetable carefully. Misreading your exam timetable is not accepted as an excuse for missing an exam.

Examination Results Exam results will be published in early July. The exact date will be confirmed by email closer to the time. Once the marks are released you’ll be sent an email to your university email account. This will include full instructions for accessing your grades through My Manchester. If you have any failed marks and are expected to return to resit course units in August you’ll receive a detailed email from your Programme Administrator. This email will be sent to your University email account. It’s vital that the contact details we hold for you are correct. You can check and update your details by logging on to My Manchester.

Resit Examination Period Referral (resit) examinations will be held from Monday 18 to Friday 29 August 2014 inclusive. You must keep this period free. You MUST make yourself available during these dates, even if your intuition says you won’t have to resit any exams. You may not be able to progress if you’re not available for a resit examination.

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MITIGATING CIRCUMSTANCES: ILLNESS AND OTHER PROBLEMS If you have any illness or other mitigating circumstances affecting either your May/June or August examination performance please contact Caroline or Joseph in the UG Support Office immediately. It’s important that you notify us of any problems when they occur so that we can put appropriate support in place for you. Please don’t wait until the results have been published before informing us of any such circumstances. When applying for mitigation you’ll be asked to provide supporting evidence where appropriate. Please don’t hesitate to provide information: it will be treated seriously and in the strictest confidence. Your form and evidence must be submitted before the exam period begins (unless your mitigation refers to something that took place during the exam period, in which case it must be submitted by the end of the examination period.) Retrospective evidence WILL NOT be accepted unless previously agreed with your Programme Administrator. If you’re having difficulty obtaining evidence in time, speak to your Programme Administrator. For further information, please refer to the Mitigating Circumstances Guidance at: www.socialsciences.manchester.ac.uk/student-intranet/undergraduate/useful-documents/

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PROGRESSION: FIRST YEAR HONOURS EXAMINATION TO BE READ IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE UNDERGRADUATE REGULATIONS FROM THE TEACHING AND LEARNING SUPPORT OFFICE WEBSITE AT: www.tlso.manchester.ac.uk/degree-regulations/ To pass the First Examination as a whole you must achieve: (i) (ii) (iii)

Passes in course units totalling 80 credits (out of 120 credits) – the pass mark being 40%. A minimum of 30% in failed course units. (The compensation range is 30-39). Compulsory course units cannot be compensated and must be passed at 40%.

Notes: 1. Each first year full-time student takes examinations in course units totalling 120 credits in January/May/June. Confirmed marks for each separate course unit (e.g. ECON10041, POLI10201) will be available to you in My Manchester by early July, after the Examination Boards have met. The minimum pass mark in each course unit is 40%. 2. You must pass a minimum of 40 course units at the first attempt. If you do not achieve this level of attainment you will not be permitted referrals (resits) and will normally be excluded from the programme. 3. You may take referrals (resits) in August for first year examinations failed in January/May/June as approved by the Examination Board. You cannot be referred in examinations already passed or those which have been compensated by the Examination Board. 4. If you do not complete the First Examination as a whole in January/May/June you are very strongly advised to work seriously during the summer vacation in order to improve on your earlier results in August. If advice from lecturers is needed, every effort should be made to obtain it as early as possible. 5. If, after the application of compensation rules and/or any referrals, you have passed or compensated course units totalling 110 or 100 units (including compulsory units), the Board of Examiners may allow you to carry 10 or 20 units of First Examination course units into the Second Year in addition to the full set of units for that year. Please note: you cannot carry compulsory course units. Failure to satisfy the examiners (as set out in 5. above) by the end of the August referral period may result in exclusion.

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CHOOSING COURSE UNITS FOR YOUR SECOND YEAR The courses available in the Second Year are designed to give you a solid grounding in Philosophy. You’ll be required to take one of the following core courses: • • •

PHIL20242 20th Century Analytical Philosophy PHIL20042 Formal Logic PHIL20892 Philosophical Methods

In addition, you’ll be required to take one of the following core courses: • •

PHIL20231 Ethics PHIL20952 Aesthetics

You’ll then choose a further 80 credits – at least 60 credits should be selected from the courses listed on the Programme Structure - see page 17. You may choose a free choice unit worth 20 credits – see page 11. Free choices must be approved by the Philosophy Programme Director.

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PROGRESSION: SECOND YEAR HONOURS EXAMINATION TO BE READ IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE UNDERGRADUATE REGULATIONS FROM THE TEACHING AND LEARNING SUPPORT OFFICE WEBSITE AT: www.tlso.manchester.ac.uk/degree-regulations/ To pass the Second Examination as a whole you must achieve: (i) (ii) (iii)

Passes in course units totalling 80 credits (out of 120 credits) – the pass mark being 40%. A minimum of 30% in failed course units. (The compensation range is 30-39). Compulsory course units cannot be compensated and must be passed at 40%.

Notes: 6. Each second year full-time student takes examinations in course units totalling 120 credits in January/May/June. Confirmed marks for each separate course unit (e.g. ECON20110, POLI20881) will be available to you in My Manchester by early July, after the Examination Boards have met. The minimum pass mark in each course unit is 40%. 7. You must pass a minimum of 40 course units at the first attempt. If you do not achieve this level of attainment you will not be permitted referrals (resits) and will normally be excluded from the programme. 8. You may take referrals (resits) in August for second year examinations failed in January/May/June as approved by the Examination Board. You cannot be referred in examinations already passed or those which have been compensated by the Examination Board. 9. If you do not complete the Second Examination as a whole in January/May/June you are very strongly advised to work seriously during the summer vacation in order to improve on your earlier results in August. If advice from lecturers is needed, every effort should be made to obtain it as early as possible. 10. If, after the application of compensation rules and/or any referrals, you have passed or compensated course units totalling 110 or 100 units (including compulsory units), the Board of Examiners may allow you to carry 10 or 20 units of Second Examination course units into the Third Year in addition to the full set of units for that year. Please note: you cannot carry compulsory course units. Failure to satisfy the examiners (as set out in 5. above) by the end of the August referral period may result in exclusion.

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CHOOSING COURSE UNITS FOR YOUR THIRD YEAR In your final year, you’re required to complete a Philosophy dissertation. You can take either a 20 credit or 40 credit dissertation. The 20 credit dissertation is 7,500 words in length and the 40 credit dissertation is 15,000 words in length. In order to take the 40 credit dissertation you need to have achieved a minimum Level 2 grade point average of 60 and have at least one Level 2 philosophy grade of 70 or over. If you wish to find out more about the Philosophy Dissertation, please contact Thomas Smith (Dissertation Coordinator), tel: 0161 275 7886, email: thomas.smith@manchester.c.uk In addition to your dissertation, you’ll choose either a further 100 or 80 credits (depending on which dissertation you have chosen to do) from the courses listed on the Programme Structure - see page 18. You may choose a free choice unit worth 20 credits – see page 11. Free choices must be approved by the Philosophy Programme Director.

YOUR FINAL DEGREE CLASSIFICATION Your overall mark for the programme is a weighted average of the overall marks for different years of your programme. The weights are:

Year 1: Zero Year 2: 33% Year 3: 67%

The full regulations and the criteria for determining your final class are available at www.tlso.manchester.ac.uk/degree-regulations/

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COURSE UNIT SELECTION CHECKLIST Please check the following points when making your course unit selection: 1. Check your Programme Structure It’s your responsibility to ensure that your choice of course units meets your programme requirements. (See Programme Structure below) 2. Do your research Think carefully about your choices. Changing your mind later may mean you find it difficult to get on courses. (See Course Unit Information below) 3. Balance your workload You should have an appropriate balance between first and second semester course units, i.e. a 60/60, 50/70 or 70/50 split. Year long course units should be split across both semesters. The Dissertation should also be split 10 or 20 credits in each semester, depending on which dissertation you take. (See Your Course Units below) 4. Do it early! Course Unit Selection must be completed by 10 August 2014. Some course units fill up very quickly so enrol as soon as possible. (See Course Unit Selection Online and Waiting lists below) When can you enrol on the course? Other Schools have different enrolment processes which may take place earlier or later than Social Sciences. (See Free Choice Units below) 5. Get it right! Do you need permission to enrol on the course unit? (See Free Choice Units below) Do you have the appropriate co and/or pre-requisites for the courses you have chosen? (See Course Unit Information below) Are there restrictions on the course unit or is it open to all students? (See Course Unit Information below) 6. Check for timetable clashes You can’t select a course unit if it clashes with a course unit you’re already enrolled on so make sure you check the timetable. Provisional timetables for Social Sciences courses can be found at: www.socialsciences.manchester.ac.uk/student-intranet/undergraduate/useful-documents/

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COURSE UNIT SELECTION: COURSE UNIT INFORMATION The Course Unit Information portlet provides information on all university course units. You can access the portal through My Manchester and your ‘My course’ tab. The search function allows you to view course units by Academic Plan/Level and subject. You’ll find key information for each course unit including co/pre requisites, restrictions and assessment. Read up on each of your choices before you enrol.

Course outlines for all Social Sciences course units are available as PDFs at www.socialsciences.manchester.ac.uk/student-intranet/undergraduate/registration-unitselection/returning-students/

Please note that these are course outlines for the current year only. You’re welcome to contact the Course Convenor about the course units they are teaching. Contact details for all staff are can be found at: www.socialsciences.manchester.ac.uk/our-people/academic-staff/

Vidcasts/ Podcasts from each subject/discipline area in SoSS, will give you an overview of the course units available to you: www.socialsciences.manchester.ac.uk/student-intranet/undergraduate/registration-unitselection/returning-students/

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COURSE UNIT SELECTION: FREE CHOICE UNITS You may apply to take 20 units of free choice units and this is the optimum stage at which to select a free choice unit. It is important that you find out for yourself the attendance and examination requirements of the unit concerned. If you wish to have more information about particular free choice units, the table below shows the details of offices/websites where you can obtain this. Please ensure that you choose a course from the right year. You can tell which year and semester courses are from their code e.g. PHIL20021 – the first digit indicates which year the course is – 2nd year; and the last digit indicates which semester the course is running in – semester 1. It may be possible to select a course from a year below outside of philosophy but this requires specific approval. In order to choose a free choice unit you must complete a Free Choice Unit form (available from the School Undergraduate Office, Arthur Lewis G.001). This form needs to be signed by the external school/discipline whose unit you wish to take and then submitted to the UG Office by Friday 13th June for approval. Once this choice has been approved by the Philosophy Programme Director you will be notified and then you can then register for the unit online in July. NB Completing and submitting the Free Choice Unit form does not guarantee you a place on the free choice unit you have selected. You must still select your chosen free choice unit online in July or

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COURSE UNIT SELECTION: FREE CHOICE UNITS You can find more information on course units outside of SoSS by using the Course Unit Information portlet. Alternatively, you can go along to the UG Office that administers the course for more information. School/Discipline Environment & Development (Planning & Landscape, Geography) Law

Location/Office 2nd floor Arthur Lewis Building, UG office.

Williamson building – TLSO office 3rd floor.

Arts, Languages and Cultures (ALC)

ALC UG office in Samuel Alexander W2.12 and via the Faculty of Humanities Course Unit database: http://courses.humanities.manchester.ac.uk/undergraduate/#alc

Business and Management for All Programmes (BMAP)

The procedure for students who wish to take a BMAP course will be made available from mid July. Full list of BMAP courses are available at: http://courses.humanities.manchester.ac.uk/undergraduate/mod ulelist.html?department=56 Harold Hankins Building, 8.32.

Manchester Enterprise Centre (business theory and practical entrepreneurial skills) Education (Management & Leisure, Literacy & Communication Education) Mathematics

Manchester Leadership Programme (MLP) – Careers Service University College

Ellen Wilkinson Building, Devas Street. Course unit information can be found at: http://courses.humanities.manchester.ac.uk/undergraduate/educ ation/ Alan Turing Building, Ground Floor, UG Office. Full details of all School of Mathematics course units can be found at: http://www.maths.manchester.ac.uk/undergraduate/ugstudies/u nits/index.html Careers Service, Crawford House, Booth Street East. An email will be sent out to all students about these units from mid-May. Full details can also be found at: http://www.mlp.manchester.ac.uk/ The University College for Interdisciplinary Learning presents an opportunity for students to broaden their educational horizons. Full details can be found at: http://www.college.manchester.ac.uk/

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COURSE UNIT INFORMATION : LANGUAGE COURSES Language Courses (LEAP) Please note that if you have NOT studied a language in the previous academic year you will need permission from the Programme Director before you can enrol on the course. If you wish to sign up for a language course, you will be allocated according to the level you have already attained – beginner, intermediate, advanced. LEAP can be found in the South Wing of the Samuel Alexander Building (Campus Map 67). Languages available: http://www.langcent.manchester.ac.uk/undergraduate/leap/ How to apply: http://www.langcent.manchester.ac.uk/undergraduate/apply/ If you are accepted onto a Language course, Andres Lozoya (the LEAP Administrator) will enrol you onto the Student System, so there will be no need to register on the course unit yourself.

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ONLINE COURSE UNIT SELECTION You’re required to complete course unit selection from July (date to be confirmed by email). You should complete this process as early as possible to avoid disappointment. Deadline for course unit selection: 10 August 2014 In the past, students have been unable to get onto course units because they haven’t registered when the facility opened. Remember, you don’t have to be in Manchester to complete course unit selection. IMPORTANT Please note that if you have compulsory referrals/resits in August 2014, you will not be able to register for courses where you have not met the pre-requisites, until your results have been confirmed. However, this does not stop you from signing up for the rest of your courses. Signing up for course units You should go to My Manchester via: https://my.manchester.ac.uk to make your course unit selection. This enables you to select your course units, check you’re taking a legitimate combination of courses and view your provisional timetable. Your final timetable, including room information, will be available through My Manchester in September. A Quick Guide to Course Unit Selection can be found below. Full instructions are available at www.studentnet.manchester.ac.uk/crucial-guide/academic-life/registration/cus/ Once you’ve chosen your course units you should enrol on them and choose tutorial groups where applicable. Changing your tutorial group Go into your Student Centre (not Blackboard) and “edit” your course units. Go to the “edit” tab. Choose the course unit from the drop-down menu. It will then give you a list of tutorials. Click on “view all sections” and any tutorial that has a green dot has places left on it. Once you’ve chosen a time, you need to click next and keep clicking the green buttons until you come to the one that says “finish enrolling”. Once you’ve done this, you’ll get a results box. If there is a green tick then you’ve been successful. If it’s a red cross, you’ll have to go back and try another tutorial.

COURSE UNIT SELECTION: MADE THE WRONG CHOICE? You have until the end of the second week of each semester to make changes to your course units. Under no circumstances can course changes be made after assessed coursework has been submitted for a course unit.

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COURSE UNIT SELECTION: WAITING LISTS What do I do if the course unit is full? All Discipline Areas within the School of Social Sciences operate waiting lists for popular course units. If you can’t get onto a course unit because it’s full email Caroline or Joseph and they will add you to the waiting list. However, being added to a waiting list isn’t a guarantee of a place. Make sure you choose another course unit in case a place doesn’t become available.

YOUR COURSE UNITS

First semester Course code

Total credits =

Second semester Credits

Course code

Total credits =

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Credits


Course Unit Selection; a guide to adding your courses on Self Service 1. Log into the Student System (aka Campus Solutions), through My Manchester. Enter your Central User Name and Password and click LOG IN. Once you are logged in, click on the MY SERVICES tab and click on the STUDENT SYSTEM link. 2. Click on STUDENT CENTER

3. Select ENROLL.

4. Ensure you are in the ADD tab 5. Select the appropriate Academic Year

6. Ensure that the CLASS SEARCH radio button is selected, and click SEARCH

7. Select a Course Subject e.g. Economics, Politics, Social Anthropology etc. from the drop-down menu 8. The course number is the 5 digit number that appears in the course code e.g. ECON10441 or SOAN30601. Then click SEARCH

9. You will need to select the LECTURE component (unless otherwise advised) – normally defined as ‘LEC’ in the Section – by clicking on Select Class

10. You will be prompted to add a tutorial/workshop/seminar etc. There may be more classes to choose from than initially appear on screen – if there are you should click VIEW ALL SECTIONS. 11. Click the radio button to the left of the option you wish to add. Then click NEXT 12. The next screen will show what you have chosen. You are not enrolled yet, click NEXT 13. The next screen will confirm your selection, now you can add more classes, or to finish, click PROCEED TO STEP 2 OF 3 14. To end the enrolling process click FINISH ENROLLING (you can come back later and add more if you wish). YOU ARE NOT ENROLLED until you click this button. 15. You will now be notified if the enrolment was a success. If you receive an error message, it could be for a number of reasons; • A class requires special consent from the discipline area who owns the course. You must contact the relevant School office to get consent. • A class (lecture or tutorial) is already full. If this is the case you will have seen a blue square symbol when selecting the class, and also get an error message when you try to finish enrolling. • There is a time conflict.

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REGISTRATION Registration is the confirmation of your personal details and the payment of your tuition fees. Registration will be open in September 2014. Consult the Crucial Guide for detailed information about the registration process. www.studentnet.manchester.ac.uk/crucial-guide/academic-life/registration/ You should make every effort to complete registration online before you return to the University. All students are advised to pay tuition fees online and not in person.

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PROGRAMME STRUCTURE Second Examination Candidates for the Honours Degree must take courses totalling 120 units as follows: Code

Units

Pre/Co-requisites

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P: 20 units of Level 1 Philosophy courses P: 20 units of Level 1 Philosophy courses P: PHIL10041

Title 20 units of courses from the following: PHIL20892 Philosophical Methods or

PHIL20242

th

20

or

PHIL20042 Formal Logic 20 units of courses from the following: PHIL20231 Ethics

20

PHIL20211

Locke, Berkeley and Hume

20

PHIL20261

Philosophy of Science

20

PHIL20272

Philosophy of Mind

20

PHIL20612

Phenomenology

20

PHIL20231

Ethics (if not selected as above)

20

PHIL20242 PHIL20042

20 Century Analytical Philosophy (if not selected as above) Formal Logic* (if not selected as above)

20

PHIL20951

Aesthetics (if not selected as above)

20

PHIL20892

Philosophical Methods (if not selected as above)

20

LAWS20102

Jurisprudence*

20

POLI20881

Freedom & Equality: Contemporary Debates

20

P: POLI10702

POLI20602

Arguing About Politics

20

P: POLI10702

or and

20 Century Analytical Philosophy

20

P: 20 units of Level 1 Philosophy courses PHIL20951 Aesthetics 20 P: 20 units of Level 1 Philosophy courses 80 units as approved by Philosophy - at least 60 units must be selected from the following courses. Not more than 20 units should be from courses bearing a POLI code. PHIL20021 Philosophy of Religion 20 None

th

20

P: 20 units of Level 1 Philosophy courses P: 20 units of Level 1 Philosophy courses P: 20 units of Level 1 Philosophy courses P: 20 units of Level 1 Philosophy courses P: 20 units of Level 1 Philosophy courses P: 20 units of Level 1 Philosophy courses P: PHIL10041 P: 20 units of Level 1 Philosophy courses P: 20 units of Level 1 Philosophy courses

You may choose a free choice unit worth 20 credits, which can be from above or any other course from another School/Faculty. Free choices must be approved by Philosophy. rd * LAWS20102 Jurisprudence will not be offered in the 3 year in 2015/16.

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Notes


Final Examination Candidates for the Honours degree must take courses totalling 120 units as follows: Code

Units

Pre/Co-requisites

Notes

Title At least 20 units from the following: PHIL30000 Dissertation (20 units) Either

and

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P: 40 units of Level 2 Philosophy courses PHIL30030 Dissertation (40 units) 40 P: 40 units of Level 2 Philosophy courses If you have chosen PHIL30000, you must choose a further 100 units – at least 80 of which must be selected from the following. If you have chosen PHIL30030, you must choose a further 80 units – at least 60 of which must be selected from the following. Not more than 20 units should be from courses bearing a POLI code. PHIL30721 Philosophy of Mathematics 20 PHIL30012

Special Author: Russell

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PHIL30041

Philosophical Logic

20

PHIL30212

Metaphysics

20

PHIL30312

Philosophy of Language

20

PHIL30331

Issues in Epistemology

20

PHIL30361

Philosophy of Psychology

20

PHIL30552

Philosophy of Action

20

PHIL30631

Philosophy of Music

20

PHIL30711

Personhood and Freedom of the Will

20

PHIL30842

Metaethics and Religious Language

20

LAWS20102

Jurisprudence

20

POLI30051

Pluralism, Democracy & Citizenship

20

P: 40 units of Level 2 Philosophy courses P: 40 units of Level 2 Philosophy courses P: 40 units of Level 2 Philosophy courses including PHIL20042 P: 40 units of Level 2 Philosophy courses P: 40 units of Level 2 Philosophy courses P: 40 units of Level 2 Philosophy courses P: 40 units of Level 2 Philosophy courses P: 40 units of Level 2 Philosophy courses P: 40 units of Level 2 Philosophy courses P: 40 units of Level 2 Philosophy courses P: 40 units of Level 2 Philosophy courses

You may choose a free choice unit worth 20 credits, which can be from above or any other course from another School/Faculty. Ordinary Degree: Courses totalling 100 units approved by Philosophy. Student registered for the Ordinary Degree may not take PHIL30000 or PHIL30030 (Dissertation)

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