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Doctor in Philosophy
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||The primary research interests of the Faculty of Philosophy are in the history of philosophy, metaphysics and contemporary European philosophy and its historical antecedents. Current issues and controversies in such areas as ethics, dialectics, epistemology, phenomenology, philosophical economics and the philosophy of law are also particular strengths within the Faculty. Students with a wide range of thematic and research interests can be accommodated by the Faculty.
The Faculty offers a four-year program of studies leading to a doctorate in philosophy. The principal requirements are the successful completion of six seminars, a candidacy exam and the writing of a thesis followed by an oral defence. Doctoral theses in the Faculty of Philosophy are normally about three hundred pages in length. Doctoral students must demonstrate advanced research and argumentative skills. Candidates are expected to cultivate the necessary linguistic, literary and empirical capabilities for the latest research in their chosen area of specialization.
||Doctor in Philosophy at Dominican University College/Collège universitaire dominicain - Graduate Studies
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Last Updated: June 07, 2014