Philosophical Anthropology, Sofia University

Sofia University Bulgaria

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About Philosophical Anthropology at Sofia University

Philosophical anthropology as a specific paradigm in philosophical studies of human being and of human experience is characterized by a philosophical quest to understand "the whole person."

Philosophical Anthropology MA Program aims to introduce students to the basic theory of continental philosophy about the nature of the human being and the specificity of human existence, particular attention is paid to the views of the regenerators of philosophical anthropology in the 20th century - Max Scheler and Helmuth Plessner.

Philosophical methodology is mainly phenomenology, understood in a broad sense, including both the ideas of the founder of phenomenology, Edmund Husserl and Martin Heidegger, with versions of Jean-Paul Sartre, Maurice Merleau-Ponty, Gaston Bachelard and their followers of contemporary phenomenology.

Philosophical Anthropology MA Program aims to integrate teaching with the academic research on the subject, conferences and academic publications (monographs, collections and translated texts of classical and modern researchers from the paradigm of philosophical anthropology).

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Entry requirements

1. To have completed higher education with Bachelor's or Master's degree awarded. If the applicant's Diploma is acquired from a foreign educational institution, it must be recognized with the purpose of obtaining access to further education within the higher education system of Sofia University 'St. Kliment Ohridski'.

2. The average grade of the applicant's Diploma for higher education (BA / BSc degree) to be no less than the equivalent of Good 4 according to the Bulgarian system of grades.

3. For some of the programs the respective faculties may have additional requirements or entrance exams, on the basis of which the applicants are selected.

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