• Understand the universe and the human life from rational point of view.
• Develop the methods of correct thinking to attain the ideal of truth.
• Evaluate the moral values with proper justification and understand the moral aspects of human existence.
• Apply the tools and techniques in psychological analysis of human behavior in response to the environment.
• Apply codes of ethics in real life situation from both Indian and western perspectives.

COURSE OUTCOME
MAJOR
   PHIM-101   INDIAN PHILOSOPHY-I
• Acquaint the students with the philosophical concepts of vedas and upanisads.
• Develop a broader understanding of the epistemological and metaphysical aspects of vedic and non-vedic schools of Indian philosophy.
• Interpret the significance of different Indian philosophical schools.

        UNIT:      05
        MARKS:  16X5=80
        LECTURES:  50

PHIM-201    WESTERN PHILOSOPHY- I

• Explain the nature and relevance of western philosophy to the modern world.

• Understand different kinds of philosophical knowledge and necessary and sufficient conditions of propositional knowledge.

• Estimate certainty and possibility of metaphysical knowledge.
     

        UNIT:      05
        MARKS:  16X5=80
        LECTURES:  50    
       PHIM-301 INDIAN PHILOSOPHY II
• Acquaint with the basic issues and problems of philosophy as discussed in Indian tradition.

• Discuss topics on Indian logic, epistemology and metaphysics.

• Explain and analyses different systems of Indian thought along with some concepts of vedas and upanisads.

        UNIT:      05
        MARKS:  16X5=80
        LECTURES:  50
    PHIM-302 WESTERN PHILOSOPHY II

• Acquaint with metaphysical theories of reality.

• Explain and compare different theories of the origin of the world.

• Evaluate the nature and attributes of god and the relation with the world from western perspective.

     
UNIT:    05
      MARKS:   16X05=80
      LECTURES:  50

       PHIM 401   ETHICS (INDIAN)
• Acquaint s with different ethical problems   from Indian point of view.   

• Discuss the basic issues and problems of ethics with special reference to bhagavadgita .
• Adapt different ways to restrain the mental states with reference to yoga ethics and explain gandhi’s view of ahimsa and satyagraha.
UNIT:         05
MARKS:     16X05=80
LECTURES:     50

       PHIM 402   ETHICS (WESTERN)
• Acquaint with the moral aspects of human existence.
• Explain the nature of moral philosophy     and its relation to different brances of knowledge.

• Evaluate different ethical theories like virtue ethics, meta-ethics, applied ethics, existential ethics etc.
• Determine acceptance of theories of  
punishments  from western perspective.
UNITS:          05
MARKS:        16 X05=80
LECTURES:    50
       
       PHIM-501 LOGIC (INDIAN)
• Acquaint with the basic elements of Indian logic.
• Explain  nature and development of Indian logic.
• Discuss   the logical and psychological ground of inference and hetavbhasa as material fallacy.
      UNITS :         05
     MARKS  :     16x 05=80
     LECTURES : 50                    
   
            PHIM-502 LOGIC (WESTERN)
• Acquaint with the basic elements of western logic.
• Compare inductive process and deductive process from western perspective.
• Apply decision procedure to determine the validity of logical argument.
• Discuss different problems of justification of induction.
UNITS :         05
MARKS:        16x 05=80
LECTURES:   50

PHIM-503     HISTORY  OF WESTERN PHILOSOPHY
• Acquaint with the philosophy of different western thinkers.
• Discuss the epistemological and metaphysical  theories of western philosophers.
• Summarize history of philosophical thoughts from pre-Socratic period to modern period.
Units :       05
MARKS:      16x 05=80
LECTURES :  50


PHIM-504 PHILOSOPHY OF RELIGION
• Acquaint with major issues of philosophy of religion.
• Examine and evaluate origin of religion.
• Survey basic features of some major existing religion of the world.
• Determine  significance of comparative study of religion.
Units:        05
MARKS  :    16x 05=80
LECTURES:  50

     PHIM=601CONTEMPORARY INDIAN PHILOSOPHY
• Acquaint  salient features of contemporary Indian philosophy.
• Explain metaphysical views of different contemporary Indian thinkers.
• Evaluate  political ,environmental and social philosophy of contemporary Indian thinkers.
Units :         05
MARKS :       16x 05=80
LECTURES :   50 


PHIM-602 CONTEMPORARY WESTERN PHILOSOPHY
• Acquaint with there contemporary philosophy of western though
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• Discuss the developments of major philosophical orientation of contemporary western thinkers
• Analyze  the salient features of existentialism and phenomenalism as movement of thought
UNIT :      05
MARKS:    16x 05=80
LECTURES :  50
PHIM-603 SOCIAL AND POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY
• Acquaint  with different philosophical aspects of society.
• Compare different theories regarding the relation between the individual and society.
• Explain  different political concepts like democracy,common good, justice and equality.
UNITS:    05
MARKS:  16x 05=80
LECTURES :  50

              PHIM-604 PSYCHOLOGY
• Acquaint with basic psychological aspect of human life.
• Explain s  the methods and problems of psychology long with the different school of approaching mind.
• Make use of different theories of learning in knowledge generation.
Unit      05
MARKS  :    16x 05=80
LECTURES  :  50

CORE

    PHIG 101      (INDIAN PHILOSOPHY I)

• Acquaint with the classification of Indian philosophical systems and Indian philosophy of contemporary period.
• Develop a broader understanding of the epistemological, metaphysical and ethical aspects of non-vedic schools of Indian philosophy.
• Interpret the significance of different Indian schools of philosophy.
       UNIT:    05
      MARKS:  16X05=80
      LECTURES:  50

         PHIG 201    WESTERN PHILOSOPHY

• Explain the nature and relevance of western philosophy.

• Understand different theories of knowledge and categories of knowledge.
• Acquaint with the theories of reality and estimate western contemporary trends of philosophy.

      UNIT:     05
      MARKS: 16X8=80
     LECTURES: 50
       PHIG 301   INDIAN PHILOSOPHY II

• Acquaint with the basic issues and problems of philosophy as discussed in Indian tradition.
• Discuss different topics on Indian logic, epistemology, metaphysics, morality of different systems of Indian thoughts
• Explain the general outlook of Indian philosophy from the vedas, gita and upanisads and ahimsa of gandhian philosophy.
UNIT:  05
MARKS: 16X05=80
LECTURES: 50

PHIG-401 WESTERN PHILOSOPHY-II

• Acquaint with theories of reality and an introduction of values.

• Evaluate the nature and attributes of god and his relation to the world from western perspective.

• Discuss the moral aspects of human existence, nature of moral philosophy and different ethical theories from western point of view.

   UNIT:  05
   MARKS: 16X05=80
   LECTURES: 50


PHIG-501 LOGIC (INDIAN & WESTERN)

• Acquaint with Indian logic from nyaya’s point of view and compare different material fallacies of nyaya logic.

• Explain modern symbolic logic and compare with traditional one.

• Apply different methods to determine the validity of logical arguments.

• Discuss different problems of logical justification of induction.

UNIT:  05
      MARKS: 16X05=80
      LECTURES: 50

PHIG-601                          SOCIAL PHILOSOPHY & PSYCHOLOGY

• Acquaint with the philosophical basis of social life and social concepts.
• Evaluate different theories of relations between individual and society.
• Discuss the psychological aspects of human life and explain physiological basis of mental life.

     UNIT: 05
     MARKS: 16X05=80
     LECTURES: 50
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