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History and Philosophy of Knowledge Master Information
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
862-0029-01LEssay 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
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