Modules

The Bachelor’s degree program consists of five modules:

Basic course philosophy of religion I:

Introduction to essential questions of analytical philosophy of religion

Basic course philosophy of religion II:

Introduction to essential questions of phenomenological and hermeneutical philosophy of religion

Pro-seminar philosophy of religion:

Learning to critically analyse arguments and basic problems of texts of philosophy of religion

Introduction to theoretical and practical philosophy:

Becoming acquainted  with  developments and positions in logic, philosophy of science, aesthetics, ethics, and hermeneutics.

Introduction to history of philosophy:
Becoming acquainted  with  developments, positions and crucial turning points in the history of philosophy, including the emergence of ancient, medieval and modern philosophy.


The Master’s degree program consists of three modules:

Seminary philosophy of religion I:

Reconstruction and discussion of central texts of history of philosophy and of history of theology

Seminary philosophy of religion II:

A deepening of knowledge in a freely chosen topic from philosophy, theology, ethics, or religious studies

Cross-module test (test for graduates of module I and II): Oral examination on  basic positions and main issues of history of philosophy and its history