PHILO 001#2019 Course Program
PHILO 001 Genesis and Structure of the Duty-Being
PHILO 002 The Great Ethical Systems
PHILO 003 Didatics and teaching methodologies
PHILO 004 Research methodology
PHILO 005 Methodology of higher education
PHILO 006 Ethics and History
PHILO 007 Phenomenology and Hermeneutics
PHILO 008 Philosophy and Law
PHILO 009 Philosophy and Religion
PHILO 010 Philosophy and Politics
PHILO 011 Dissertation Seminar
PHILO 012 Theory of Argumentation
PHILO 013 Theories of Justice
PHILO 014 Special Topics I (Study of Kant's "Critique of Pure Reason")
PHILO 015 Special Topics II (The Philosophy of Paul Feyerabend)
PHILO 016 Philosophy and Psychoanalysis
PHILO 017 The Rationality of Science
PHILO 018 Ministry for Children
PHILO 019 Planning and Conducting a Christian Educational Program
PHILO 020 Orality and Writing
PHILO 002#2019 Course Program
1 Metaphysics: Without ever being equivalent, in function or comprehensiveness, to scientific discourse and the various practices and spheres of meaningful action of human life, philosophy classically thematizes the question of being and the nature of "reality." At the same time, it is concerned with questions concerning more specific, but at least inseparable, principles of being, the real or its meaning. For example, those concerning anthropology (the being of "human being"), theology (the being and / or existence of the foundation or "God") and cosmology (the being, the limits, etc. suggested by the concept of "world" or "wholeness"). This line of research unfolds in the interrelated projects that problematize common or singular aspects of one of these scopes, General Ontology and Theories of Subjectivity.
2 Epistemology: This line seeks the investigation of problems related to the nature, sources, limits, validity and justification of knowledge, and particularly, of scientific knowledge. It aims to articulate the more general philosophical-epistemological treatment to concrete questions of reasoning that arise in the scope of the human sciences, as a priority focus. The emphasis will not be exclusive on the logical-methodological reflection internal to the sciences, as, for example, that epitomized by some modalities of philosophy of science (the "special sciences"). It is intended, at the same time, to investigate and problematize questions pertinent to the historical constitution and to the ontological foundations of epistemology. This line of research groups the interrelated projects Phenomenology and Hermeneutics and Philosophy of Human Sciences.
Seminar of Dissertation I - Research in Philosophy
Subjectivity: Question of General Philosophy
Dissertation Seminar II - Subjectivity, Consciousness and History
Space and Time in Religion Science
Philosophy of Human Sciences
Philosophy of Human Sciences
Philosophy of Science
Ontology and Nihilism
Philosophy of Psychoanalysis
Philosophy of Art
COMPLEMENTARY ACADEMIC SCHEDULED ACTIVITIES (APAC)
Participation in events: congresses and seminars of the area (with or without presentation of work)
Participation in scientific events: congresses and seminars in the area (with presentation of work)
Proven submission of an article in a scientific journal of the Education area
Duration of the course
The durations of the offered programs are in agreement with what was established by the independent education commission in rule 6E 2004 (4) FAC.
72 Credits (1080h)
Criteria for applying
1.To have Bachelor's degree
2.Fill in the proposed Charter
3. Send Updated Curriculum
4. Choose the Search Line
5. Produce the Pre Project
Duration: 2 years
2. Comprehensive Report
2. Notary Public
4. List of Disciplines (Ementario)
How to enroll
To enroll you must complete the enrollment form, course contract and letter of intent.
Write to: firstname.lastname@example.org requesting the enrollment process.
Documents Required for Registration
The documents that must be submitted for registration:
• Identity Card or Functional Identity (within the validity period)
• CPF (For Brazilian Students)
• Birth or Marriage Certificate
• Electoral Title (For Brazilian Students)
• Declaration of discharge with the Electoral Justice
• Reserves card (only for male candidates)
• Proof of residency updated no later than 90 (ninety) days
• 2 photos 3 × 4
• Curriculum Lattes
• Undergraduate degree
• Academic History or equivalent
• Letter of Intent
Unilogos has a modern Virtual Learning Environment with dozens of resources.
Through this environment you will study handouts, you will have access to the Video Lessons Recorded, Articles, Books in PDF and to the entire Evaluation system.
The Master Course has 24 modules and 20 disciplines, for each discipline you must produce a paper and post in the Virtual Environment.
The Assessment of this Paper is carried out by 3 teachers. Each teacher gives an opinion about his scientific production.
The Evaluation Barema takes into account:
1. Relevance of the topic
2. Well-elaborated specification of the problem
3. Clear objectives
4. Timely and faithful citations
5. Methods, techniques and instruments appropriate to the object of study
6. Logical organization of parts of the text (distinction between introduction, development and completion)
Approved in the paper you will be able to move to the next discipline and thus continue eliminating the teaching modules.
The approved paper is published in Cientific Magazin Cognitionis.
Real-Time Classes take place in our Web Rooms. In total there are 12 classrooms in real time. To use the Web Room you will need an Internet connection with a minimum of 2Mb.
Through Web Room it is possible to watch the classes and ask the Teacher, who will answer you live, in real time.
To know the total investment of the Course write to us informing your country.
Apply only if you are eligible according to the requirements set by the course.
The Master's Candidate must, necessarily, have a Recognized Undergraduate Course.