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Extensive knowledge of the post-Kantian continental philosophical tradition.
Extensive understanding of philosophical hermeneutics in relation to the three foundational concepts of truth, history and justice.
Extensive grasp of key metaphysical and ethical/political questions in the post-Kantian continental philosophical tradition.
The key concepts examined in this module will be Truth, History and Justice as each have developed in the deployment of post-Kantian continental thought.
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Not applicable to this module.
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• Feedback individually to students, on an activity or draft prior to summative assessment
• Feedback individually to students, post-assessment
All registered students will be required to present a succinct draft and plan of their essay submissions in Week 6 of the trimester in a face-to-face interview with Module coordinator. This is in order to properly set the guidelines and expectations for this evaluation and offer constructive direction and supervision for all registered students.