|4 Years Full-Time (Day)||English||Seminary Campus|
This programme prepares students to investigate the great perennial questions in the philosophical traditions of the West and the East.
The Bachelor of Philosophy empowers you to explore questions of humanity that have relevance in all times and places. You are trained to work out a set of coherent answers to fundamental questions regarding the nature of knowledge, reality, and existence in order to promote mutual understanding and build lasting bridges between cultures and traditions.
Through the study of philosophy, students learn to appreciate the diverse intellectual and spiritual heritage of humanity, to challenge prejudices, and to build communities with human dignity and genuine freedom. Studying philosophy also involves translating philosophical principles into consistent guides for individual behavior and social life.
The programme coordinator is Edmond Eh.
- Students learn different approaches to discerning answers to philosophical questions as they emerge in contemporary discourse
- Students gain in-depth knowledge of European philosophical movements that have shaped our intellectual and spiritual heritage and continue to influence the course of our lives
- Students are given an intensive and broad-based philosophical education, with a focus on the history of philosophy in Western Europe and East Asia
- Have the ability and willingness to think critically
For the programme’s government approval [in Chinese and Portuguese] click here.
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