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Master’s Degree in Philosophical Critique and Argumentation

Universidad Autonoma de Madrid
1 year
Full time/part time
Master's degree
On campus
September to July
UAM Campus

About this program

Master’s Degree in Philosophical Critique and Argumentation

With the advent of new challenges and complexities at the core of the knowledge society some of the traits characteristic of an education in philosophy, like critical thinking and the ability to reason, have become especially valued today. The Autonomous University of Madrid (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid), recognized as a Campus of International Excellence, responds to this demand by offering professionals and students the possibility of continuing their studies or improving their job skills by pursuing a master’s in Philosophical Reasoning and Criticism.

This master’s main aim is to provide its students with an advanced education in the field of philosophy. One of its goals is to train professionals able to successfully intervene in debates on theoretically and practically relevant matters as well as to participate in resolving conflict in public and private institutions (publishing houses, foundations, cultural institutions, etc.). The other goal of this master’s is to prepare its students to pursue a PhD in Philosophy and Language Sciences. The distinguishing feature of the master’s in Philosophical Reasoning and Criticism is its interdisciplinary nature. The project is based on new cooperative, research, and educational principles.

Admission requirements

Hold a bachelor’s degree, undergraduate degree, or similar from an accredited institution.

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Universidad Autonoma de Madrid

The Autonomous University of Madrid (UAM) was founded in 1968 and has two campuses, Cantoblanco and the Medical School, in northern Madrid. The Autonomous University of Madrid is organized into seven schools, which include: Arts and Philosophy, Teacher Training and...

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