Search result: Course units in Spring Semester 2020

History and Philosophy of Knowledge Master Information
Basic Courses
Lectures and Exercises
NumberTitleTypeECTSHoursLecturers
851-0101-01LIntroduction to Practical Philosophy
Particularly suitable for students of D-MAVT, D-MATL
W3 credits2GL. Wingert
853-0726-00LHistory II: Global (Anti-Imperialism and Decolonisation, 1919-1975)W3 credits2VH. Fischer-Tiné
851-0148-00LIntroduction to Philosophy: Prophets, Judges, Fools, and Healers
Does not take place this semester.
W3 credits2VM. Hampe
851-0125-65LA Sampler of Histories and Philosophies of Mathematics
Particularly suitable for students D-CHAB, D-INFK, D-ITET, D-MATH, D-PHYS
W3 credits2VR. Wagner
851-0157-84LHealth and Disease
Particularly suitable for students of D-BIOL, D-HEST
W3 credits2VM. Hagner
851-0004-00LErrors, Deception, Lies and Similar PhenomenonsW3 credits2VM. Hampe, H. Fischer-Tiné, D. Gugerli, M. Hagner, A. Kilcher, R. Wagner, U. J. Wenzel
851-0521-00LComputer History. An IntroductionW3 credits2VD. Gugerli
851-0100-00LWhat Is Truth? Philosophical Conceptions of a Crucial NotionW3 credits2GL. Wingert
851-0317-00LUniversal Knowledge. The Theory of the Encyclopedia between Literature and PhilosophyW3 credits2VA. Kilcher
851-0161-00LThe Quarrel about Human NatureW3 credits2VM. Hampe
851-0002-00LPastime, Disciplinary Tool, Mass Culture: A Global History of Sports circa 1700-2000W3 credits2VH. Fischer-Tiné
851-0299-00LLiterature, Art and Politics in Fin-de-siècle Paris, Vienna, Prague, and BerlinW3 credits2VS. S. Leuenberger
851-0110-00LThe Frontier in LiteratureW3 credits2VM. Enard
851-0109-00LPublic Images of ScienceW3 credits2VM. Bucchi
851-0170-00LThe Birth of Formal Sciences: History and Philosophy of the Relation Between Logic and MathematicsW3 credits2VJ. L. Gastaldi
Seminars
NumberTitleTypeECTSHoursLecturers
851-0147-01LTheories, Experiments, Causality
Does not take place this semester.
Particularly suitable for students of D-PHYS
W3 credits2GR. Wallny, M. Hampe
851-0158-13LEcology and Environmentalism Restricted registration - show details
Number of participants limited to 40

Particularly suitable for students of D-ERDW, D-HEST, D-USYS, D-BIOL
W3 credits2SN. Guettler
851-0125-67LStructuralist and Post-Structuralist Approaches to Signs and Knowledge Restricted registration - show details W3 credits2SR. Wagner
851-0101-59LScience and Masculinities Restricted registration - show details W3 credits2SB. Schär
851-0003-00LScience and Food in the Development of the Modern World (1890s–1970s) Restricted registration - show details W2 credits1SS. G. Sujeet George
851-0006-00LWater in the Early Modern Period: A Material and Environmental History Restricted registration - show details W3 credits2ST. Asmussen
851-0107-00LScience and the Public: A Problem of Mediation that the Media Have to Solve? Restricted registration - show details W3 credits2SU. J. Wenzel
851-0160-00LTexts About Wisdom Restricted registration - show details
Number of participants limited to 30.
W3 credits2SM. Hampe
862-0105-00LNew Tendencies in the History of Knowledge Restricted registration - show details
Master in Hystory and Philosophy of Knowledge-Students only.
W3 credits2SM. Hagner
851-0318-00LLaw and LiteratureW3 credits2SA. Kilcher
851-0280-00LBeginningsW3 credits2SC. Jany
851-0326-00LNationalism and Postnationalism in Modern Judaism: Historical Developments and Current Debates Restricted registration - show details W2 credits1SC. Wiese
851-0522-00LDigital Statehood (1960-2000). Imaginaries, Experiences, Trading Zones Restricted registration - show details
Does not take place this semester.
W3 credits2S
851-0090-00LThe Philosophy of Complex Systems Restricted registration - show details W3 credits2SO. Del Fabbro
Semester Report
Course to be offered in autumn semester only
Semester Paper
NumberTitleTypeECTSHoursLecturers
862-0008-23LTerm Paper History of Technology (FS 2020) Restricted registration - show details
Term Paper in:
History of Technology in Late Modernity II
W5 credits11ALecturers
862-0009-22LTerm Paper in Science of Knowledge (FS 2020) Restricted registration - show details W5 credits11ALecturers
862-0010-22LTerm Paper in Theoretical Philosophy (FS 2020)W5 credits11ALecturers
862-0011-21LTerm Paper in Practical Philosophy (FS 2020) Restricted registration - show details W5 credits11ALecturers
862-0012-22LTerm Paper in Literature and Culture (FS 2020) Restricted registration - show details W5 credits11ALecturers
862-0013-22LTerm Paper History of the Modern World (FS 2020) Restricted registration - show details W5 credits11ALecturers
862-0015-03LTerm Paper in History and Philosophie of Mathematical Sciences (FS 2020) Restricted registration - show details W5 credits11ALecturers
Major Courses
Essays
In each subject of the master reading lists are handed out. The books on these lists are the subject of the tutorials one has to attend with the teachers that are named in the Leitfaden. In three subjects essays are to be written about works on these lists.
NumberTitleTypeECTSHoursLecturers
862-0021-01LEssay on Readings in History of Technology (FS) Restricted registration - show details W10 credits21ALecturers
862-0023-01LEssay on Readings in Science Research (FS) Restricted registration - show details W10 credits21ALecturers
862-0025-01LEssay on Readings in Theoretical Philosophy (FS) Restricted registration - show details W10 credits21ALecturers
862-0027-01LEssay on Readings in Practical Philosophy (FS) Restricted registration - show details W10 credits21ALecturers
862-0029-01LEssay on Readings in Literature and Culture (FS) Restricted registration - show details W10 credits21ALecturers
862-0031-01LEssay on Readings in History of the Modern World (FS) Restricted registration - show details W10 credits21ALecturers
862-0035-01LEssay on Readings in History and Philosophie of Mathematical Sciences Restricted registration - show details W10 credits21ALecturers
Seminars
In the seminaries topics from the introductory courses are taught in more detail. Topics for essays are to be aranged with the teachers of the courses.
Research Colloquium
NumberTitleTypeECTSHoursLecturers
862-0004-10LResearch Colloquium Philosophy for Master Students and PhD (FS 2020) Restricted registration - show details
For MAGPW and PhD students of D-GESS only.
Personal registration required to Prof. Wingert.
W2 credits1KL. Wingert, M. Hampe, R. Wagner
862-0078-09LResearch Colloquium. Extra-European History and Global History (FS 2020)
For PhD students and postdoctoral researchers. Masterstudents are welcome.
W2 credits1KH. Fischer-Tiné, M. Dusinberre
862-0088-06LResearch Colloquium Science Studies (FS 2020) Restricted registration - show details
For master students only with a personal invitation.
W2 credits1KM. Hagner
862-0089-06LAdvanced Colloquium in Literary Studies (FS 2020) Restricted registration - show details
Colloquium is designed for advanced and graduated students.
W2 credits1KA. Kilcher
862-0106-00LStudent Colloquium for Master's Thesis Restricted registration - show details W2 credits2KR. Delucchi, C. Jany
851-0551-15LColloquium for Master and Ph.D. Students History of Technology (FS 2020)W2 credits1KD. Gugerli
Master's Thesis
The work on the master thesis is supervised by one of the teachers that are allowed to offer tutorials for it, named in the Leitfaden.
NumberTitleTypeECTSHoursLecturers
862-0500-00LMaster's Thesis Restricted registration - show details
A student is only permitted to commence the Master thesis if
a. the Bachelor degree programme has been completed
b. any additional requirements for admission to the degree programme have been fulfilled
c. all credits have been acquired in the categories basic courses and major courses and at least 6 credits have been acquired in the category research colloquium
O30 credits64DLecturers