Philosophy is one of the oldest and most established academic disciplines, and is a subject is so popular with its graduates that many go on to postgraduate study rather than join the workforce. This course will enable students to understand and begin to answer fundamental philosophical questions, and to gain valuable skills in reasoning and abstract thought. It will give you the opportunity to ask and ponder on the big questions of life, some of which may not have a single or final answer. You will explore key areas about human welfare and social justice, using the philosophical methods of reasoned argument and critical scrutiny. Many academics at university will also be active researchers in their respective fields, leaving them well placed to encourage their students to link philosophical studies to a broader cultural and social context.
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Currently teaching Legal philosophy Filosofia del diritto , 1st-year, 1st-semester course for law students 60 hours. Obtained the Italian abilitation to teach in the role of associate professor of legal philosophy. Completed a Ph. Fall
Lisa Herzog works at the intersection of political philosophy and economic thought. Between and , she was professor for political philosophy and theory at the Technical University of Munich, since she works at the Faculty of Philosophy and the Center for Philosophy, Politics and Economics of the University of Groningen. She has worked at, or visited, the universities of St. Herzog has published on the philosophical dimensions of markets both historically and systemically , liberalism and social justice, ethics in organizations and the future of work. The current focus of her work are workplace democracy, professional ethics, and the role of knowledge in democracies.
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