|The Early Enlightenment||Bachelor 1||3,75|
|Human Conditions I||Bachelor 1||3,75|
|Thought Experiments||Bachelor 1||3,75|
|Human Conditions II||Bachelor 1||3,75|
|The High Enlightenment I||Bachelor 1||3,75|
|The High Enlightenment II||Bachelor 1||3,75|
|Social and Political Philosophy||Bachelor 1||3,75|
|Moral Philosophy||Bachelor 1||3,75|
|Foundations of Philosophy||Bachelor 2||3,75|
|Technology and Social Change||Bachelor 2||3,75|
|Philosophy of Science II||Bachelor 2||3,75|
|Critique: The impact of Philosophy on Social Sciences, Humanities and Law||Bachelor 2||3,75|
|Philosophy of Science III||Bachelor 2||3,75|
|Descartes and Spinoza||Bachelor 2||3,75|
If you would like to attend these courses as an exchange student from another faculty than philosophy, please send an email to the International Office of Erasmus School of Philosophy: firstname.lastname@example.org. Please provide sufficient information about your previous education and about your motivation.
Courses at other faculties / schools at Erasmus University
As an exchange student, it is also possible to follow courses at Erasmus School of Social and Behavioural Sciences and the Erasmus School of History, Culture and Communication of Erasmus University. During your exchange period, you have to take at least two courses in the philosophy department.
For the course descriptions of the Erasmus School of History, Culture and Communication are to be found here.
The registration form for these courses is at the bottom of that page.
For the course descriptions of Erasmus School of Social and Behavioural Sciences can be found here. Please note that all faculties work with different yearly time schedules!