Modules

Recognized Modules


This page details (1) the modules from other departments recognized by the Philosophy Department, and (2) the philosophy modules that are recognized by other departments. As curriculum revisions may occur occasionally in FASS, students are advised to check with our staff for the latest changes, additions, or deletions from the lists below.


Modules Recognized by PH

Modules from other departments recognized as counting towards the philosophy (PH) major and minor requirements include the following:

Chinese Studies Modules

CH2252 History of Chinese Philosophy
CH3253 Confucian Thought

English Language Modules (For Cohort 2015 onwards)

EL2101 Structure of Sentences and Meanings
EL3203 Semantics and Pragmatics
EL4203 Semantics


Political Science Modules

PS2203 Ancient Western Political Thought
PS2204 Modern Western Political Thought


PH Modules Recognized by Other Departments

PH-classified Modules recognized as counting towards other major and minor requirements include the following:

Recognized by Major in European Studies (EU)

PH2206 Founders of Modern Philosophy
PH2207 Hume and Kant
PH2222 Greek Philosophy (Socrates and Plato)
PH3213 Knowledge, Modernity and Global Change
PH3222 Greek Philosophy (Aristotle)
PH4206 A Major Philosopher
PH4207 Phenomenology
PH4209 Greek Thinkers
PH4210 Topics in Western Philosophy
PH4213 Comparative Philosophy
PH4261 Immanuel Kant
PH4262 Nietzsche

Recognized by Major in Global Studies (GL)

PH2204 Introducton to Indian Thought
PH2206 Founders of Modern Philosophy
PH2207 Hume and Kant
PH2212 Introduction to Continental Philosophy
PH2222 Greek Philosophy (Socrates and Plato)
PH2301 Classical Chinese Philosophy I
PH2302 Chinese Philosophical Traditions I
PH2321 Philosophies of Zen (Chan) Buddhism
PH3207 Continental European Philosophy
PH3222 Greek Philosophy (Aristotle)
PH3301 Classical Chinese Philosophy II
PH3202 Chinese Philosophical Traditions II
PH3303 Modern Chinese Philosophy
PH3304 Daoist Traditions
PH4204 Topics in Indian Philosophy
PH4205 Topics in East Asian Philosophy
PH4208 Topics in Buddhism
PH4209 Greek Thinkers
PH4214 Recent Continental European Philosophy
PH4311 Classical Chinese Through Philosophical Texts
PH4312 Contemporary Readings in East Asian Philosophy

Recognized by Major in Chinese Studies (CH)

PH2301 Early Chinese Philosophy I
PH2302 Chinese Philosophical Traditions I: Medieval Chinese Philosophy
PH3301 Early Chinese Philosophy II
PH3302 Chinese Philosophical Traditions II
PH3303 Modern Chinese Philosophy
PH3304 Daoist Traditions

Recognized by Major in Malay Studies (MS)

PH2110 Logic
PH3201 Philosophy of Social Science

Recognized by Major in Political Science (PS)

PH2202 Major Political Philosophers
PH4202 Political Philosophy
PH4203 Issues in Moral Philosophy
PH4205 Topics in East Asian Philosophy
PH4210 Topics in Western Philosophy
PH4262 Nietzsche

Recognized by Major in Psychology (PL)

PH2201 Introduction to Philosophy of Science
PH2241 Philosophy of Mind
PH3201 Philosophy of Social Science

Recognized by Minor in China Studies

PH2301 Early Chinese Philosophy I
PH2302 Chinese Philosophical Traditions I: Medieval Chinese Philosophy
PH3301 Early Chinese Philosophy II
PH3302 Chinese Philosophical Traditions II
PH3303 Modern Chinese Philosophy
PH3304 Daoist Traditions

Recognized by Minor in South Asian Studies

PH2204 Introduction to Indian Thought
PH3204 Issues in Indian Philosophy

Recognized by Minor in Indian Studies

PH2204 Introduction to Indian Thought
PH3204 Issues in Indian Philosophy

Recognized by Minor in Cultural Studies

PH3220 Philosophy of Culture

Recognized by Minor in Gender Studies

PH3217 Women in Philosophy

Recognized by Minor in Religious Studies

PH2204 Introduction to Indian Thought
PH2211 Philosophy of Religion
PH2321 Philosophies of Zen (Chan) Buddhism

Recognized by Minor in Science, Technology and Society

PH2201 Introduction to Philosophy of Science
PH2216 Environmental Philosophy
PH2217 Computerisation and Ethics
PH2223 Introduction to Philosophy of Technology
PH3213 Knowledge, Modernity and Global Change