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Learning outcomes for the courseThe goals of the course are that students after the course should:
- have basic understanding of fundamental problems in philosophy and philosophy of science
- have a basic knowledge of theory of argumentation
- on a basic level be able to apply philosophical reflection on certain problem areas, conceptual issues and theoretical thinking
- have a basic understanding of philosophical reflection and analysis in relation to epistemological problems, existential problems and problems in philosophy of science.
Further, the student should after the course:
- have a reflective perspective on philosophical systems
- be able to make elementary analysis’ and interpretations of theories, concepts and problems in philosophy
- on a basic level independently identify and delineate philosohical problems in particularly philosophy of science
- know how to communicate abstract reasoning, both spoken and written
- have a respectful perspective on philosophical tradition and method.