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The department of philosophy offers courses up to S.Y.B.A. only. Dr. S. S. Gavare , Asst. professor of philosophy, has been teaching for 21 years.The department collaborates with social science association to organised many activities and completions.

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Dr. S. S. Gavare.   M.A. ,SET,Ph.D 21 Click here for CV

 

S.Y.B.A. Philosophy Paper II

Course Title: Social Philosophy Semester III

The OBJECTIVES of the course on social philosophy are:

  1. a) To acquaint students with the basic philosophical questions and issues that current in social philosophy
  2. b) To equip students with argumentative and analytical skills involved in

philosophizing through these issues

  1. c) To encourage a spirit of rationality in philosophizing while appreciating and respecting differing philosophical ideas and perspectives

Course Title: Political Philosophy Semester IV

The OBJECTIVES of the course on Political philosophy are:

  1. a) To acquaint students with the basic philosophical questions and issues that are

current in political philosophy

  1. b) To equip students with argumentative and analytical skills involved in

philosophical reasoning

  1. c) To encourage a spirit of rationality in philosophising while appreciating and

respecting differing philosophical ideas and perspectives

Course Title: Schools of Indian Philosophy Semester III 

 The OBJECTIVES of the course on Indian philosophy are:

  1. a) To acquaint students with the basic philosophical questions that philosophers in India have addressed.
  2. b) To equip students with argumentative and analytical skills involved in philosophical reasoning.
  3. c) To encourage a spirit of rationality in philosophizing while appreciating and respecting differing philosophical systems and perspectives.

Course Title: Greek and Medieval Philosophy Semester IV

The objectives of the course are:

  1. a) To acquaint students with the basic philosophical questions that philosophers in the Greek and medieval tradition have addressed.
  2. b) To equip students with argumentative and analytical skills involved in philosophical reasoning.
  3. c) To encourage a spirit of rationality in philosophizing while appreciating and respecting differing philosophical systems and perspectives.