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3. Elective Modules

180070 VO-L History and Philosophy of Science - On the History and Theory of a Research Field
180098 VO [en] Philosophy of Mind - An Introduction - Consciousness, Cognition and the Brain-Mind-Problem
180099 SE [de en] Turing Machines and the Limits of Computability - Introduction to the Theory of Computability, its Philosophical Presuppositions and Consequences
180122 SE Carnap, Cassirer, Heidegger - Michael Friedman zur Philosophie des 20. Jahrhunderts
010047 SE Apocalypse
140023 UE Is the Word Eternal? - A Linguistic-Philosophical Problem and its Central Importance in the History of Indian Thought
180055 VO-L Migration and Intercultural Identity - Is the global human an eternal migrant?
180058 SE God and space
180065 VO-L Film Philosophy - Benjamin (Surrealism) - Cavell (Remarriage Comedies), Pippin (Western, Film Noir) - Deleuze (Crisis of the movement-image)
180066 VO-L Friedrich Nietzsche - Philosophy AS Art
180146 VO-L Theory of Substance - Theory of Relation - An Inter-Action of the System for Philosophy East and West
180065 VO-L Film Philosophy - Benjamin (Surrealism) - Cavell (Remarriage Comedies), Pippin (Western, Film Noir) - Deleuze (Crisis of the movement-image)
180070 VO-L History and Philosophy of Science - On the History and Theory of a Research Field
180093 SE [en] Theodor W. Adorno
180094 SE Human Enhancement - Utopia or Dystopia? - The Ethical Debate
180098 VO [en] Philosophy of Mind - An Introduction - Consciousness, Cognition and the Brain-Mind-Problem
180099 SE [de en] Turing Machines and the Limits of Computability - Introduction to the Theory of Computability, its Philosophical Presuppositions and Consequences
180122 SE Carnap, Cassirer, Heidegger - Michael Friedman zur Philosophie des 20. Jahrhunderts
190079 VO Compulsory Module: Advanced Psychoanalytic Theory and Its Relevance for Various Disciplines - Philosophy of science and psychoanalysis. Part 2 - Current psychoanalytic research and its link to neighbouring disciplines, especially to neurobiology
180094 SE Human Enhancement - Utopia or Dystopia? - The Ethical Debate
180124 VO-L Age (s)
180093 SE [en] Theodor W. Adorno
180166 SE [en] Egalitarianism
180098 VO [en] Philosophy of Mind - An Introduction - Consciousness, Cognition and the Brain-Mind-Problem
180153 SE The man and the dead ends-in-the-world - Wahrheit, Schönheit, Freiheit und Glückseligkeit
300084 SE Current topics in philosophy, theology and biology - Interdisciplinary discussions of current topics in Philosophy, Theology and Biology
070383 SE Seminar Specialisation 1 or 2 - University of Vienna - 20th century history
180070 VO-L History and Philosophy of Science - On the History and Theory of a Research Field
180099 SE [de en] Turing Machines and the Limits of Computability - Introduction to the Theory of Computability, its Philosophical Presuppositions and Consequences
190079 VO Compulsory Module: Advanced Psychoanalytic Theory and Its Relevance for Various Disciplines - Philosophy of science and psychoanalysis. Part 2 - Current psychoanalytic research and its link to neighbouring disciplines, especially to neurobiology

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