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Phenomenological Philosophy and Modern Knowledge in Humanities

  • Phenomenological Philosophy and Modern Knowledge in Humanities
  • 47.04.01
  • Master
    2 years
  • Full-time education
    Mode of Study
  • Russian
    Language of Instruction

Our Advantages

Phenomenology is a dynamic research and philosophical project that follows its own laws as a single living organism. It is becoming increasingly popular among philosophically-minded audience.
The programme aims to:
  • prepare highly qualified professionals trained to conduct independent research and teaching in phenomenology;
  • develop a set of basic professional knowledge in philosophy;
  • develop a set of special professional knowledge in philosophy;
  • develop knowledge, skills and competences that meet international standards;
  • train professionals sought-after in the international labour market;
  • develop skills that facilitate the transformation of cognitive capital into a socially useful good (both tangible and intangible).

The programme is designed to provide students with an opportunity to:
  • join fellow students in seminars on textology to write and discuss texts;
  • join specialised courses, including elective courses, to design a flexible personalised study plan;
  • establish partnership with international student’s journals. This is an additional advantage for students as they get to know the principles of international academic publishing and have an opportunity to publish the results of their own research in an international journal.

Admissions Test(s)

  • Essay in Philosophy

Key Courses/Disciplines

  • French
  • Philosophy of Modern Age
  • Classical German Philosophy
  • Post-Husserlian Phenomenology
  • Hermeneutics: From Friedrich Schleiermacher to Hans-Georg Gadamer
  • Introduction to Analytic Philosophy
  • Key Issues in the Philosophy of Mind
  • German
  • Modern Phenomenological Research in France
  • Modern Phenomenological Research in Germany
  • Phenomenology of Martin Heidegger
  • Edmund Husserl’s Phenomenology of Internal Time-Consciousness
  • Edmund Husserl's Project of Phenomenology
  • Modern French Phenomenology: Marc Richir and Michel Henry
  • Modern German Phenomenology: László Tengelyi and Alexander Schnell
  • Martin Heidegger’s Project of Fundamental Ontology
  • Phenomenological Ontology of Jean-Paul Sartre
  • Maurice Merleau-Ponty’s Phenomenology of Perception
  • Phenomenological Ethics
  • Phenomenological Aesthetics
  • Daseinsanalysis
  • Phenomenology and Psychiatry
  • Phenomenology of Space
  • Phenomenological Sociology
  • Phenomenology of Intersubjectivity
  • Phenomenological Philosophy of Science
  • Phenomenology and Marxism
  • Working with Foreign Language Sources

Career Opportunities

Our alumni work in the following positions:
  • teacher;
  • editor.

Alumni are employed across a wide range of fields and sectors:
  • education institutions;
  • research and education centres worldwide;
  • mass media agencies;
  • libraries and museums;
  • publishing houses.