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The NTU Philosophy Group was established in view of the rich intellectual and cultural resources available at a research-intensive science and technological university located in culturally affluent Singapore.

The graduate programme in Philosophy invites applicants from a wide range of approaches and traditions in philosophy. The programme has particular strengths in Chinese Philosophy, Philosophy of Science, and Ethics and Political Philosophy. Research may be pursued within a particular tradition such as Chinese Philosophy or Anglo-American Philosophy, or from a comparative or interdisciplinary perspective. ​

Both the MA and the PhD programmes are built on these areas of strength.

  • MA thesis research projects can be in any of the faculty’s expertise areas.  
  • PhD thesis research projects should contain interdisciplinary and comparative components.

They should attempt to interface with various disciplines and cultural traditions, and should bridge cultural traditions with contemporary views.

 
 
TIMETABLE FOR SEMESTER 2, AY2020/21

Course

Day​

Tim​e

Co ordinator

Venue allocated

HY7001

Thursday

2.30pm - 5.30pm

Asst Prof Dimitris Apostolopoulos

LT17

HY7004

Wednesday

3.30pm - 6.30pm​

Asst Prof Preston Greene

LT14

HY7005

Thursday

1.30pm - 4.30pm

Prof Li Chenyang

SHHK Meeting Room 3

HY7007

Wednesday

9.30am - 12.30pm

Asst Prof Olav Vassend

LHS-TR+41

HY7008

Monday

1.30pm - 4.30pm

Asst Prof Grace Boey

SHHK Seminar Room 4​

​HY7012 ​To check with Course Instructor To check with Course Instructor ​Asst Prof Olav Vassend/Assoc Prof Andres Luco/Assoc Prof Winnie Sung/Prof Li Chenyang To check with Course Instructor
​HY7013 To check with Course Instructor​ ​To check with Course Instructor ​Assoc Prof Teru Miyake/Asst Prof Preston Greene/Asst Prof Dimitris Apostolopoulos ​To check with Course Instructor

HY7021

To check with Course Instructor

To check with Course Instructor

Asst Prof Olav Vassend​

To check with Course Instructor

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