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M.A.Part -I & Part-II, 2009 Prospectus No.

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PROSPECTUS
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SYLLABUS PRESCRIBED FOR
M.A. PART-I (PHILOSOPHY) EXAMINATION
(4 periods per paper equal to 6 lectures)
There shall be four papers for each of Part-I and Part-II Examinations.
Each paper will carry 100 marks and three hours duration. There shall be the
following papers of part-I Examination.
M.A.Part-I
Paper-I : Contemporary Moral Philosophy
Paper-II : Philosophy of Mind
Paper-III : Basic concepts in Political Philosophy
Paper-IV : Epistemology (Indian)
OR
Paper-IV : History of Western Philosophy
M.A. Part-II Philosophy
Compulsory
Paper- I : Analytic Philosophy
Paper-II : Phenomenology and Existentialism
Optionals
Paper-III A) Advanced Symbolic Logic
B) Philosophical Problems
C) Aesthetics
Paper-IV A) Intensive study of texts.
OR
B) Intensive study of Philosopher
M.A. Part-I Philosophy
Paper- I Total Marks 100
Contemporary Moral Philosophy
Unit-I a) Background and Nature of Contemporary Moral Philosophy
b) Meta-ethics : Definition, nature, problems
c) Distinction between normative and meta-ethics
d) Classification of meta ethical theories.
Unit-II a) Ethical Naturalism: Defination and nature, nature of moral
lanaguage according to Naturalism.
b) Ethical Non-naturalism : Definition and nature,
Intuitionism of Moore
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c) G.E. Moore on the notion of ‘good’
d) Naturalistic fallacy
Unit-III a) Emotivism- Definition, nature, types, function of moral
language
b) A.J.Ayer- Background of behind ethical thought, nature and
function of ethical judgement, subjectivism.
c) C.L. Stevenson- Nature of ethical disagreement, emotive
meaning of ethical terms, persuasive definition.
d) Critical estimate of emotivism.
Unit-IV a) Prescriptivism - Definition, nature
b) R.M.Hare- Nature of moral language, criticism against
naturalism
c) Meaning and criteria of ‘good’
d) Evaluation and Description
Unit-V a) Neo-naturalism- Definition, distinction between naturalism
and newnaturalism
b) P.T. Geach- Nature and function of moral language
c) Philippa foot- Nature and function of moral lanaguage
criticism of prescriptivism
Recommended Books
1. Modern moral philosophy - W. D. Hudson
2. Principia Ethica - G. E. Moore
3. Language, Truth and Logic - A. J. Ayer
4. Ethics and Language - C. L. Stevenson
5. Language of Morals - R. M. Hare
6. Theories of Ethics - Philippa Foot
7. An Introduction to - John Hospers
Philosophical Analysis
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Paper-II
PHILOSOPHY OF MIND
Unit-I A) Philosophy of mind, Defination, Nature
B) Distinction between Psychology and Philosophy of mind
C) Scope, problems and theories.
Unit-II A) Ryles general analysis of concept of mind
B) Official doctrine, Dogma of the ghost in the machine,
category mistake
C) Traditional concept of knowledge, Ryles notion of “Knowing
How” and “ Knowing that”
Unit-III A) Mind, body problem, Relation between mind and body.
B) Traditional theories about mind, body relationship,
Descartes theory.
C) Interactionsm, Parallelism,
Unit-IV A) Problem of personal Identity
B) Our knowledge of other mind
C) Wittgenstein’s view on private language.
Unit-V A) Theory of Psycho-analysis
B) Freud’s analysis of mind
C) Freud’s analysis of Dream
Recommended Books:-
1) Philosophy of mind - Jerome Shaffer
2) Concept of mind - Gilbert Ryle
3) Psycho-Analysis - Sigmund Freuid
4) Psychological theory - Melvin Mary
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Paper-III
Basic concept in Political Philosophy
Unit-I Concept of Justice
a) Meaning of ‘Justice’.
b) Various aspects of Justice
c) J. Rowel’s concept of Justice
d) Nozik’s concept of justice
Unit-II Concept of Freedom
a) Meaning of ‘Freedom’
b) Determinism and Indeterminism
c) Mill’s concept of Liberty
d) Dr. Ambedkar concept of Liberty
Unit-III Concept of Equality
a) Meaning of ‘Equality’
b) Various aspects of Equality
c) The problem of Equality in the Indian context
d) Mahatma Phule’s and Dr. Ambedkar’s concept of
Equality.
Unit-IV Concept of Right
a) Meaning of ‘Right’
b) Various aspects of Right
c) The theory of Natural Right
d) The Justification of Fundamental Human Rights
Unit-V Concept of Secularism
a) Meaning of Secularism
b) Various aspects of Secularism
c) The problem of secularism in the Indian context
d) Nehru on Secularism.
Recommonded Books
1. Problems of Political Philosophy - D.D.Raphael
2. An Introduction to Political Philosophy - Alan Ryan
3. Political Philosophy - Anthony Quinton
4. The theory of Justice - J. Rawls
5. Political Theory - Brecht
6. A History of Political Theory - Sabine G.H.
7. Republic - Plato
8. ‘ On Liberty’ - J.S.Mill
9. Equality - F.H.Tawney
10. Philosophy of Right - Hegel
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PHILOSOPHY
EPISTEMOLOGY (INDIAN)
Unit-I Cognitions
i) Its definition and Nature
ii) Division of Cognitions: Valid and Invalid (Prama and Aprama)
iii) Classification of valid cognitions
iv) Instruments of cognitions ( Indriya and their Nature)
Unit-II The debate about Nature
i) Nature origin and ascertainment (Jnapti) of validity
ii) Swatahapramanya vada and Paratahapramanuavada
Unit-III A] The Debate about invalidity and validity
i) Drama and memory cognitions
B] The Debate about knowledge
i) Savisayatva, Sakaratva, Swaprakashatva, Parprakashatva
Unit-IV Pramanas
i) Pratyakshya
ii) Anuman
iii) Sabda
iv) Upman
v) Arthapatti
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vi) Anupalabdi
Unit-V Invalid Perceptual cognitions (Khyativada)
i) Akhyato
ii) Anyathakhyati
iii) Viparita Khyati
iv) Atmak hyati
M.A.Part-I
1) Ethics 2) Psychology 3) Western 4) Political phi of mind
v) Asat khyati
vi) Anivarchaniya khyati
vii) Sat khyati
viii) Abhinav Anyathakyati
ix) Sadasat Khyati
Books Recommanded for Reference:
1. Debabrata Sen : The concept of knowledge
2. K.N. Jayatiltke : Early Buddhist Theory of Knowledge
3. Dr. S. Radhakrishnan : Indian Philosophy Vol.
4. M. Hiriyanna: Outlines of Indian philosophy
5. Datta and chatterjee: Introduction to Indian Philosophy
6. Ramnath Sharma : Bhartiya Darshan ke Multatva
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Paper IV
History Of Western Philosophy
Full Marks: 100
Unit-I Pre-Socretic Philosophy
a) Cosmological Views
b) Human Oriented Views
Unit-II Greek Philosophy
a) Socrates-Philosophical method, Ethical views
b) Plato-Theory of knowledge, theory of Idea, soul God.
c) Aristotle-Categories elements soul, God, Matter and Form,
Theory of causation, Refutation of plato’s theory of Ideas
Unit-III Modern Philosophy- Rationalism
a) Descartes- Method of doubt, cogito ergosum, substance,
mind-body problem, God
b) Spinoza- Substance, attributes, modes, God, mind body
problem, Pantheism
c) Leibnitz- Monadology, doctrine of pre-established hormony
soul, God.
Unit-IV Modern Philosophy- Empiricism
a) Locke- sources of knowledge, ideas and their classification
refutation of innate ideas, substance, qualities,God.
b) Berkeley- Idealism, esse est percipi, abstract ideas,God.
c) Hume-Scepticism, impression and idea, causation,self, God.
Unit-V Kant
a) Concept of critical Philosophy
b) Classification of judgement- synthetic and analytic,
apriori a ponterion synthetic aprior, judgement.
c) Phenomena and noumena, soul, God.
Books Recommended
1. History of Western Philosophy - Frank Thilly
2. Critical History of Greek Philosophy - W.T. Stace
3. History of Western Philosophy - Yakub Masih
4. History of Western Philosophy - B. Russell
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M.A. (Philosophy)
INDEX
Sr. Subject Page Nos.
No.
1. Special Note for Information 1 to 2
of the students
2. Ordinance No. 36 3 to 13
3. Ordinance No. 138 14 to 15
M.A. Part-I
4. Paper-I
Contemporary Moral Philosophy 16
5. Paper-II
Philosophy of Mind 18
6. Paper-III
Basic concepts in Political Philosophy 19
7. Paper-IV
Epistemology (Indian) 20
8. Paper-IV
History of Western Philosophy 21
M.A. Part-II
9. Compulsory Paper-I
Analytic philosophy 23
10. Paper-ii
Phenomenology and existentialism 23
11. Paper-III
(A) Advanced Symbolic Logic 24
12. Paper-III
(B) Philosophical Problems 25
13. Paper-III
C) Aesthetics 26
14. Paper-IV
A) Intensive study of text (any one) 26
B) Intensive study of Philosopher 27
C) Philosophy of Shri Sant Gulabrao Maharaj. 27
Ordinance No.36
Appendix-A
Statement of Papers of Part-I and Part-II of the M.A. Examination
PART-I PART-II
Subject Papers Maximum Minimum Paper Maximum Minimum Aggregate Minimum
and Marks Pass Marks and Marks Pass Marks in Pass Marks
Practicals Practicals Marks Part I& in Part-I &
Part-II Part-II
1)English,2)Marathi, Four papers Four papers
3) Hindi,4) Sanskrit of 100 400 144 of 100 400 144 800 288
5)Urdu,6)Gujarathi, marks marks
7) Pali and Prakrit, each each
8)Persian,9)Arabic,
10) Linguistics 11)History,
12)Economics, 13)Political
Science,14)Philosophy,
15) Ancient Indian History,
Culture and Archeology
16)Public Administration
17)Telugu.
Other Subjects:
18)Geography
A)Papers I,II & III 300 A)Papers I,II &III 300
100 marks each 500 180 of 100 marks each 500 180 1000 360
B) Practicals I & II B)Practical-I 100 200
of 100 marks each 200 Practical-II 100
i)Reseach Paper Field Work
Report and Viva on Record
OR
(ii)Dissertation and Viva on Disseration
19) Home Economics (A) Two Compulsory Papers
Four Papers (i) Paper -I..............100
Paper-I (ii)Papers-II
Theory 75 Theory 75
Sessional 25...100 Practical 25 ... 100
Paper-II (B)Two Optional Papers III&IV 100
Theory 75 Any Two of optional papers,
Sessional 25...100 each of 75 marks for Theory and
Paper-III 400 144 25 marks for Practical 400 144 800 288
Theory 75
Sessional 25......100 OR..........
Paper -IV ...........100 Any one of the Optional papers
with dissertation of 75 marks.100
and Viva-voce of 25 marks.)
20) Indian Music
A)Papers I & II....200 400 144 A)Papers I & II(100marks each)200
(100 marks each) B)Two Practicals-
B)Two Practicals- I.Practical Text......100
(i) Practical Test.....100 II.Majlis Performance.....100
(ii) Majlis Performance.100
400 144 800 288
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13
Subject PART-I PART-II
Papers Maximum Minimum Paper Maximum Minimum Aggregate Minimum
and Marks Pass Marks and Marks Pass Marks in Pass Marks
Practicals Practicals Marks Part-I in Part-1
& Part II & Part II
21.Psychology A) Papers I to IV (75 Marks each)300
A)Papers I to IV(75 marks each )300 B)Practical.....100
B)Practical.......100 400 144 400 144 800 288
22. Sociology Four Papers A)Four papers
of 100 400 144 of 100 400 144 800 288
marks each marks each
B)Obligatory for Paper IV
Monographs Research Essay.
23. Statistics (A)(i)Compulsory Papers I & II......400
(A)Paper I to IV (each....400 (ii)Optional Papers III & IV(each of 100 marks )
of 100 marks) 500 180 500 180 1000 360
(B)Practical I&II... 100 (B)(i)Practicals I&II (50 marks each).........100
(each 50 marks) (ii)Dissertation in lieu of Practical II
24. Mathematics (A)Four Compulsory Paper -400
I to V Papers of 100 marks each 500 180 500 180 1000 360
(B)One optional paper....100
Notes :
1) Every examinee to be successful at the examination shall be required to obtain not less than 25% of the maximum marks prescribed for each Theory Paper.
This requirement of obtaining not less than 25% in each paper shall be in addition to the other conditions prescribed.
2) In order to be successful in Part-I or Part-II of the examination
(i) examinees shall obtain not less than thirty-six percent of the aggregate marks in that part of the examination and
(ii) examiees are required to pass separtely in the theory and the practical part of the examination in subjects where practical examination forms part of a
subject and the minimum percentage required for passing the practical part and theory part seperately shall be 36% of the maximum marks assigned thereto.
Syllabus for
M.A. PART- II (PHILOSOPHY)
COMPULSORY PAPER-I
ANALYTIC PHILOSOPHY
Unit-I Bertrand Russell
i) Descriptions (From Classics of Analytic Philosophy)
ii) “What there Is “ (From Philosophy of Logical Atomism ) In
Logic and knowledge R.C. Marsh.
Unit-II G.E. MOORE
i) Refutation of Indealism (From Moore Philosophical Studies)
ii) Proof of the external world (from Ammerman, classics of
Analytical studies)
Unit-III : A.J. AYER:
i) Elimination of metaphysics (From Language, Truth and Logic)
ii) The ‘a priori’ from Language Truth and Logic by Ayer
Unit-IV Quine: i) On what there Is (From logical point of view)
ii) Two dogmas of Empiricism ( From logical point of view)
Unit-V Gilbert Ryle : i) Systematically misleading expressions (From
Logic and Language, series Ed by Flew.
Strawson P.F. : On Reffering (From classics of Analytical
Philosophy Edited R.R. Ammerman.
PAPER-II
PHENOMENOLOGY AND EXISTENTIALISM
Section A- Phenomenology
Unit-I : Phenomenology: A movement of thought a radical method
of investigation, a presuppositionless Philosophy, a rigorous
science.
Unit-II : Edmund Husserl: Development of his thought, the natural
world thesis, essence and essential intuition;
Phenomenological reduction and reduction and its stages,
Pure consciousness and transcendental subjectivity
intentionality of consciousness.
Unit-III : Heidegger : Being, Dasein.
Morleau Ponty: Phenomonology of perception,
Section B- Existentialism
Unit-IV Existentialism, its distinctive characterastics common ground
as well as diversity among existentialism. The facticity of
existence, death temporality.
Unit-V Some reccuring themes, man’s being in the world, Mans being
in the body, man’s being with other, Man’s being in the action
Freedom : Decision and choice Existence : authentic and non-
authentic.
Book Prescribed:
1. Phenomenolism Herminutics and development: Dr. Sunder Rajan.
Suggested for Reading & Reference
1. Herbert Spiegelberg : Phenomenological movement_ VOL-I and II
2. Paul Ricoeur : Husserl : An Analysis of his phenomenology.
3. Jean Paul Sartre, Being and nothingnesss
4. H.J. Blackham : Six Existentialist Thinkers second ed.
Paper-III
(A) Advanced Symbolic Logic
Unit-I Elementary notion and principle of truth functional Logic,
technique of symbolization, proof construction.
Unit-II Quantification theory, Singular and general proposition,
technique of symbolisation, quantification rules, proof
construction, Logical truth involving quantification.
Unit-III The logic of Relations, symbolising relations, arguments
involving relations, atribule of relations identity and definite
description.
Unit-IV Deductive systemes, Formal deductive systemes, attributes
of formal deductive syntemes, logistic systemes.
Unit-V Formal propositional calculus: P.M. axioms of propositional
calculus, theorems of p.m. completenoss and independence
of p.m.
Books Prescribed:-
1) I.M.Copi : Symbolic Logic (5th ed. Macmillan com.)
2) Richard Joffery: Formal Logic, Its scope Limits, 2nd
3) Dr.Santosh Thakare : Tarkashastra: Kumbha Prakashan, Amt
4) W.V.O. Quine : Method of Logic
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Or
Paper-III
(B) Philosophical Problems
Section A) Epistemology
Unit-I i) Knowledge and sceplicism
ii) Theories of error
Unit-II i) The Problem of Induction
ii) Truth, theories of Truth
Section B) Metophysics
Unit-III i) The Problems of being and becoming
ii) Problem of causation
iii) Mind body dualimh
Unit-IV i) Problem of causation in Indian Philosophy
ii) Problem of Liberation
Section : C) Ethics
Unit-V i) The problem of the freedom of will
ii) Justice and equality.
Suggested Readings & References
1. D. Hales Steven : Metaphysics: Contemporary Readings :Belmont:
Wadsworth 1999.
2. B.K. Malilal : Perception Oxford University Press 1986
3. Colin McGinne : Problems in Philosophy, Enquiry, Oxford Blackweel
1993.
4. J.N. Mohonty: Essays in Indian Philosophy, Oxford Uni.Press 2000.
5. Louis P. Pojman (Ed) Ethical theory: Classical and contemporary
Reading, Belmont; Lalads worth 1998.
6. Stephen Korner: Fundamental Questions of Philosophy sussex: The
Harveste Press 1979.
7. Stroll (Ed.) E[ostemology : New evays in the theory of knowledge.
8. Bhartiya Darshanic Nibandha : Editor : Dr. D.D. Bandiste & Dr. R. S.
Sharms , M.P. Hindi Granth Academy.
9. Beyand od and Religion : Dr. D.D. Bandiste, M.P. Hindi Granth
cademy.
Paper-III
C) Aesthetics
Unit-I General Introduction :- Conceptual analysis : Basic
Philosophical concepts, sciences and the humanities.
Unit-II Aethetics and Philosophical aesthetics second order
asthetics, the world of human expericnce art and
experience.
Unit-III Art and its definition: Art as representation art as expression
art as significal form . Arts and emotion
Unit-IV Art and emotion, the concept of emotion fiction and emotion
. Art, society and morality; Views of Merox and Post
Modernism
Unit-V Ras a Si ddhant a Dhwani t Si ddhant a Auchi t ya
(~… | … ™… ) Siddhanta Riti (·˙ “ … “ ) Siddhanta Alankar,
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Suggested Books:
1. O. Hear Anthony : The elements of fine science Art and the human
World London 1988
2. Peter Lamarque Philosophy and Fiction assays in Literary Aestehtics
Aberdin University Press 1987.
3. Anne Sheppard : Aesthetics : An Introduction to the Philosophy of
Art, Oxford University, Press, 1983.
4. K. Krishna Murthy: Studies in Indian aesthelies and criticism, Mysore
1979.
5. K.C. Pandey : Comparative Aesthelics Vol.No.1 Indias Aesthelics
Chowkhamba, 1950.
6. Olsen & Lamerque (Eds) Truth, Fiction and Literatune Oxford :
Charendon press 1997.
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Paper-IV
A) Intensive study of text (any one)
1. Russell: An enquiry in to meaning and truth
2. Ayer : Language, Truth and Logic
3. Wittgenstein:- Tractatus Logico Philosophicus.
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(B) Intensive study of Philosopher
1. Philosophy of Shri Chakradhar
Unit-I Purvi - The principle of solvation.
Unit-II Mahavakya
A) The Doctrine of creation of the Universe and its four elements:-
(1) Jiva (2) Devata (3) Prapancha (4) Parmeshwar
B) Details of these four elements
C) The role of these elements in the universe.
Unit-III Sansaran and Sanhar.
A) The process of creation of the visual universe.
B) The destruction of the visual universe.
Unit-IV Moksha : The ways of attaining the supreme goal.
(1) Dnyan (2) Bhakti (Dnynottar) (3) Vairagya (Dnyanottar).
Unit-V Astipari : The life style of Dnyani (Bhakta)
Udhdharan : The process of attaining Moksha.
Avatar : Incarnation of God
Panchanam: Five great Avatar and their sacred names.
Spiritual Power : Smaran & Nididhyasan.
Books suggested for reading and references:
1. Bhartiya Darshan ani Mahanubhav Tatvadnyan : Dr.R.B.Meshram,Shri
Chakradhar Shikshan Prasarak Mandal, Nagpur.
2. Mahanubhav Tatvadnyan : Dr. V.B. Kolte
3. Sutrapatha : Keshiraj Bas.
4. Sutrapatha : Dr. Anne Felduse
5. Anadi Char Padartha : Shri Dinabhau Dande
6. Punarshodha : Prof. P.C. Nagpure
7. Mahanubhava: Ek Avhan :Prof. P. C. Nagpure
OR
c) Philosophy of Shri Sant Gulabrao Maharaj.
Unit-I Srushti Mimansa (Drushti-Srushtivada)
A) The theory of origin of the Universe
B) Criticism of Darwin’s principle of evolution.
C) Criticism of spencer’s Ajnaeyvada, Anadivada and
Sanshyyavada.
Unit-II Anadhasta Vivarta (New concpt and contribution)
A) The explanation of nature of the Lord, who is the
‘Alamban’ (support) of supreme devotion introduced a new term-
‘Anadhyasta vivarta.’
B) The main contribution to the Shankara Vedanta and
Bhakti Philosophy.
Unit-III: Shad Darshan Samanvaya
A) The co-ordination of all the six darshanas,
B) Refutal of certain notions of Modern Yogies,
Unit-IV Sarvadharma Samanvaya - Samay Upadesh.
A) The different religions are all the off-shoots of old universal
- i.e. Vedic Dharma.
B) Thoughts on harmonized co-ordination of religions.
UNit-V: Sadhubodha
A) The moral teachings regarding differents spheres of human
life.
B) Guidelines for successful human life.
C) Thoughts on educational reforms.
Books suggested for reading and references:
1. Alaukik Vyakhyhyanmala : Shri Gulabrao Maharaj Publisher,
Bhakti Dham: Chandur Bazar.
2. Jaganmannya Dharm == do ==
3. Bhaktishashtra == do ==
4. Sarvadharma Samanvaya == do ==
5. Shri Gulabrao Maharajanchi Vichar Sampada, Dr. K.M. Ghatate
Publisher: Kattyayani Samiti Madhan.
6. The perfect harmony : Dr. K.M. Ghatate, Publisher: Bhartiya Vichar
Sadhana Nagpur.
7. The Blind leads the Unblind : Translated by D.V. Pophali Indrayani
Publisher, Akola.
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A. nature.Part-I Paper-I Paper-II Paper-III Paper-IV Paper-IV : : : : : Contemporary Moral Philosophy Philosophy of Mind Basic concepts in Political Philosophy Epistemology (Indian) OR History of Western Philosophy M. Part-II Philosophy Compulsory Paper. problems c) Distinction between normative and meta-ethics d) Classification of meta ethical theories.16 SYLLABUS PRESCRIBED FOR M.A. Each paper will carry 100 marks and three hours duration.I Paper-II Paper-III : : A) B) C) A) B) Paper. M. There shall be the following papers of part-I Examination. Part-I Philosophy Total Marks 100 Paper-IV . b) Ethical Non-naturalism : Definition and nature. OR Intensive study of Philosopher M. Intuitionism of Moore Analytic Philosophy Phenomenology and Existentialism Optionals Advanced Symbolic Logic Philosophical Problems Aesthetics Intensive study of texts.A. Unit-II a) Ethical Naturalism: Defination and nature.A. PART-I (PHILOSOPHY) EXAMINATION (4 periods per paper equal to 6 lectures) There shall be four papers for each of Part-I and Part-II Examinations. nature of moral lanaguage according to Naturalism.I Contemporary Moral Philosophy Unit-I a) Background and Nature of Contemporary Moral Philosophy b) Meta-ethics : Definition.

L. body problem. nature b) R.Nature of ethical disagreement. Nature B) Distinction between Psychology and Philosophy of mind C) Scope. M.Nature of moral language. 4. persuasive definition.§…J…±…‰ b˜…Ï.L. Geach. 5. A) Theory of Psycho-analysis B) Freud’s analysis of mind C) Freud’s analysis of Dream Recommended Books:Philosophy of mind Concept of mind Psycho-Analysis Psychological theory Jerome Shaffer Gilbert Ryle Sigmund Freuid Melvin Mary 5) 6) ¥™…ŒCi…S…“ i…n‰˘¥…i…… ¥™…ŒCi…S… i…n‰˘¥…i…… - b˜…Ï.Ayer.+∆i…Æ˙EÚÆ˙ 8. Ayer C.∫…. c) C. problems and theories. d) Critical estimate of emotivism.Nature and function of moral language c) Philippa foot. E. Stevenson. Defination.E. A) Problem of personal Identity B) Our knowledge of other mind C) Wittgenstein’s view on private language. C) Interactionsm.∫…÷ÆÂ˙p˘ M……™…v…x…‰ ®…÷E‰Ú∂…S…∆p˘  f¯®…Æ˙“ ¥…‰n˘|…EÚ…∂… ¥…®……« 10. nature and function of ethical judgement. Unit-IV a) Prescriptivism . J.Definition. category mistake C) Traditional concept of knowledge. types. function of moral language b) A. 3.17 c) G.x…….Definition. subjectivism. Ryles notion of “Knowing How” and “ Knowing that” A) Mind.Definition. Dogma of the ghost in the machine. 2. ∫…. Unit-II A) Ryles general analysis of concept of mind B) Official doctrine.M. D. emotive meaning of ethical terms. Parallelism. criticism against naturalism c) Meaning and criteria of ‘good’ d) Evaluation and Description Unit-V a) Neo-naturalism. Stevenson R. Modern moral philosophy Principia Ethica Language. Moore A. Truth and Logic Ethics and Language Language of Morals Theories of Ethics An Introduction to Philosophical Analysis W. Hare Philippa Foot John Hospers 1) 2) 3) 4) Unit-V Unit-IV Unit-III Unit-I 18 Paper-II PHILOSOPHY OF MIND A) Philosophy of mind. 6. ®…⁄±™… x…¥…‰n˘x… {……∂S……i™… x…“ i…∂……∫j… - BEÚ + i… x…i…“∂……∫j…“™…  S… EÚi∫…… : b˜…Ï. distinction between naturalism and newnaturalism b) P. 9. 7.Nature and function of moral lanaguage criticism of prescriptivism Recommended Books 1. + v…-x…“ i…∂……∫j…E‰Ú |…®…÷J…  ∫…r˘…∆i… - . body relationship.∫…÷. nature.Hare.J.T. B) Traditional theories about mind.Background of behind ethical thought. Descartes theory. Moore on the notion of ‘good’ d) Naturalistic fallacy Unit-III a) Emotivism. Hudson G. Relation between mind and body.

Problems of Political Philosophy 2. 8. ®…. 6.x……M……‰Æ˙…¥… E÷Ú∆ ¶……Æ˙ EPISTEMOLOGY (INDIAN) Unit-I Cognitions i) Its definition and Nature ii) Division of Cognitions: Valid and Invalid (Prama and Aprama) iii) Classification of valid cognitions iv) Instruments of cognitions ( Indriya and their Nature) Unit-II The debate about Nature i) Nature origin and ascertainment (Jnapti) of validity ii) Swatahapramanya vada and Paratahapramanuavada Unit-III A] The Debate about invalidity and validity i) Drama and memory cognitions B] The Debate about knowledge i) Savisayatva. Sakaratva.Tawney Hegel 11. 10. Æ˙…V…EÚ“™…  ¥…∂±…‰π…h… 12.j…Ë®……∫…“EÚ +∆EÚ (x™……™… ∫…®…i…….™…. Unit-IV Concept of Right a) Meaning of ‘Right’ b) Various aspects of Right c) The theory of Natural Right d) The Justification of Fundamental Human Rights Unit-V Concept of Secularism a) Meaning of Secularism b) Various aspects of Secularism c) The problem of secularism in the Indian context d) Nehru on Secularism. The theory of Justice Political Theory A History of Political Theory Republic On Liberty’ Equality Philosophy of Right J.19 Paper-III Basic concept in Political Philosophy Unit-I Concept of Justice a) Meaning of ‘Justice’.H. ¥…Æ˙“±…  ¥…∂…‰π……∆EÚ) Paper-IV PHILOSOPHY .D. Swaprakashatva. 5.¶……‰≥‰˝ .∫…∆{……. v…®…« x…Æ˙{…‰I…i……. An Introduction to Political Philosophy 3. Recommonded Books 1.  ¥…S……Æ˙ ∂…±……EÚ… .|……. Plato J. ±……‰EÚ∂……Ω˛“.Mill F.S.°÷Ú±…‰ .∫…∆{……. b) Various aspects of Justice c) J. 7.¶……. Parprakashatva Unit-IV Pramanas i) Pratyakshya ii) Anuman D. Rowel’s concept of Justice d) Nozik’s concept of justice Unit-II Concept of Freedom a) Meaning of ‘Freedom’ b) Determinism and Indeterminism c) Mill’s concept of Liberty d) Dr.∫…®…™… ¥……R¬Û®…™… 13. ‘ 9. Political Philosophy - 20 4.±….H. Rawls Brecht Sabine G. Ambedkar concept of Liberty Unit-III Concept of Equality a) Meaning of ‘Equality’ b) Various aspects of Equality c) The problem of Equality in the Indian context d) Mahatma Phule’s and Dr. Ambedkar’s concept of Equality. n˘.b˜…Ï. <.°Úb˜E‰Ú .Raphael Alan Ryan Anthony Quinton iii) Sabda iv) Upman v) Arthapatti .

attributes. 5. 4.E‰Ú. c) Hume-Scepticism. Theory of causation. Stace Yakub Masih B.Substance.Empiricism a) Locke.synthetic and analytic. God. God.N. 2. 4.sources of knowledge. Refutation of plato’s theory of Ideas . b) Berkeley. S. impression and idea. 3. judgement. c) Phenomena and noumena. cogito ergosum.A. Modern Philosophy.Method of doubt. God.Monadology.T.21 vi) Anupalabdi Unit-V Invalid Perceptual cognitions (Khyativada) i) Akhyato ii) Anyathakhyati iii) Viparita Khyati iv) Atmak hyati M. Russell Critical History of Greek Philosophy - 7.n˘…. qualities. ideas and their classification refutation of innate ideas. {……∆. abstract ideas. 3. Debabrata Sen : The concept of knowledge K. esse est percipi.À∫…Ω˛ Unit-I Pre-Socretic Philosophy a) Cosmological Views b) Human Oriented Views ***** Unit-II Greek Philosophy a) Socrates-Philosophical method.God. substance.Ω˛.S……Ëv…Æ˙“ : ¶……Æ˙i…“™… i…k¥…Y……x……S…… < i…Ω˛…∫… ∏…“. Ethical views b) Plato-Theory of knowledge. God. theory of Idea. mind-body problem. 6. History of Western Philosophy History of Western Philosophy History of Western Philosophy Frank Thilly W. c) Aristotle-Categories elements soul. substance. {……∂S……i™… i…k¥…Y……x……S…… < i…Ω˛…∫… J…∆b˜ 1 +… h… 2 : {…“. Matter and Form. Radhakrishnan : Indian Philosophy Vol. God b) Spinoza.self. God. Books Recommended 1. soul God. 2. Kant a) Concept of critical Philosophy b) Classification of judgement.Part-I 1) Ethics 2) Psychology 3) Western 4) Political phi of mind v) Asat khyati vi) Anivarchaniya khyati vii) Sat khyati viii) Abhinav Anyathakyati ix) Sadasat Khyati Books Recommanded for Reference: 1. apriori a ponterion synthetic aprior. n˘I…“i… : ¶……Æ˙i…“™… i…k¥…Y……x… Paper IV History Of Western Philosophy Full Marks: 100 5. modes. doctrine of pre-established hormony soul. Pantheism c) Leibnitz.b˜“.Rationalism a) Descartes. Jayatiltke : Early Buddhist Theory of Knowledge Dr. causation. 8. M.Idealism. mind body problem. 6.God. Hiriyanna: Outlines of Indian philosophy Datta and chatterjee: Introduction to Indian Philosophy Ramnath Sharma : Bhartiya Darshan ke Multatva Unit-V Unit-IV Unit-III 22 Modern Philosophy. soul.S……Ëv…Æ˙“ {……∂S……i™… n˘∂…«x… : §…“.

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arguments involving relations.E.J. PAPER-II PHENOMENOLOGY AND EXISTENTIALISM Section A. Formal deductive systemes. Its scope Limits. Formal propositional calculus: P. a rigorous science. technique of symbolization. proof construction. : Systematically misleading expressions (From Logic and Language.R. AYER: i) Elimination of metaphysics (From Language. Amt 4) W. axioms of propositional calculus. Phenomenolism Herminutics and development: Dr. Edmund Husserl: Development of his thought. essence and essential intuition. Being and nothingnesss 4. 2nd 3) Dr. Truth and Logic) ii) The ‘a priori’ from Language Truth and Logic by Ayer Unit-IV Unit-V Quine: i) On what there Is (From logical point of view) ii) Two dogmas of Empiricism ( From logical point of view) Gilbert Ryle : i) Strawson P. Singular and general proposition. Man’s being in the action Freedom : Decision and choice Existence : authentic and nonauthentic. Dasein. technique of symbolisation.Existentialism Unit-IV Existentialism.F. logistic systemes. PART. classics of Analytical studies) Unit-III : A. The facticity of existence. attributes of formal deductive syntemes. Unit-II G. series Ed by Flew. 24 Section B. Paul Ricoeur : Husserl : An Analysis of his phenomenology.Copi : Symbolic Logic (5th ed. man’s being in the world. its distinctive characterastics common ground as well as diversity among existentialism. Mans being in the body.Santosh Thakare : Tarkashastra: Kumbha Prakashan. completenoss and independence of p. Phenomenological reduction and reduction and its stages. Deductive systemes. Unit-III Unit-IV Unit-V Unit-II : Unit-III : Books Prescribed:1) I. Ammerman. Sunder Rajan. atribule of relations identity and definite description. MOORE i) Refutation of Indealism (From Moore Philosophical Studies) ii) Proof of the external world (from Ammerman. Herbert Spiegelberg : Phenomenological movement_ VOL-I and II 2. The logic of Relations. Pure consciousness and transcendental subjectivity intentionality of consciousness. On Reffering (From classics of Analytical Philosophy Edited R. death temporality. quantification rules.) 2) Richard Joffery: Formal Logic. Morleau Ponty: Phenomonology of perception. theorems of p. Blackham : Six Existentialist Thinkers second ed.Phenomenology Unit-I : Phenomenology: A movement of thought a radical method of investigation.II (PHILOSOPHY) COMPULSORY PAPER-I ANALYTIC PHILOSOPHY Unit-I Bertrand Russell i) Descriptions (From Classics of Analytic Philosophy) ii) “What there Is “ (From Philosophy of Logical Atomism ) In Logic and knowledge R. the natural world thesis. Quine : Method of Logic .J.M. Unit-V Book Prescribed: 1.23 Syllabus for M.m.M. Suggested for Reading & Reference 1.m. Macmillan com. proof construction.O. H. Marsh. 3. Logical truth involving quantification. symbolising relations. Jean Paul Sartre. Heidegger : Being. man’s being with other.A. Paper-III (A) Advanced Symbolic Logic Unit-I Unit-II Elementary notion and principle of truth functional Logic.C. a presuppositionless Philosophy. Quantification theory.V. Some reccuring themes.

Wittgenstein:. 1950. Fiction and Literatune Oxford : Charendon press 1997. Pojman (Ed) Ethical theory: Classical and contemporary Reading. 7. theories of Truth Section B) Metophysics Unit-III i) The Problems of being and becoming ii) Problem of causation iii) Mind body dualimh Unit-IV i) Problem of causation in Indian Philosophy ii) Problem of Liberation Section : C) Ethics Unit-V i) The problem of the freedom of will ii) Justice and equality. Hindi Granth cademy. Belmont. 9. Peter Lamarque Philosophy and Fiction assays in Literary Aestehtics Aberdin University Press 1987.D.Conceptual analysis : Basic Philosophical concepts.C.P. M…“Æ˙M……∆¥… Paper-IV A) Intensive study of text (any one) 1. 6.25 Or Paper-III (B) Philosophical Problems Section A) Epistemology Unit-I Unit-II i) Knowledge and sceplicism ii) Theories of error i) The Problem of Induction ii) Truth.N. OR . Hales Steven : Metaphysics: Contemporary Readings :Belmont: Wadsworth 1999. Siddhanta Vakrokte ¥…GÚ…‰ H Ú“  ∫…vn˘ … ∆ i … Suggested Books: 1. Mysore 1979. R. the concept of emotion fiction and emotion . 3. Views of Merox and Post Modernism Rasa Siddhanta Dhwanit Siddhanta Auchitya ( +…Ë   S…i™… ) Siddhanta Riti ( Æ˙ “ i…“ ) Siddhanta Alankar. Æ˙…. Arts and emotion Art and emotion. society and morality.¶…….K. Oxford Uni. Mohonty: Essays in Indian Philosophy. Bandiste & Dr.) E[ostemology : New evays in the theory of knowledge. Oxford University. sciences and the humanities. Ayer : Language. 5. Art.P. D. the world of human expericnce art and experience. Art and its definition: Art as representation art as expression art as significal form . Truth and Logic 3. Stephen Korner: Fundamental Questions of Philosophy sussex: The Harveste Press 1979. Stroll (Ed.Tractatus Logico Philosophicus. B. Sharms . Aethetics and Philosophical aesthetics second order asthetics. 1983. 7. ®……ËV… |…EÚ…∂…x… M…fiΩ˛. S.1 Indias Aesthelics Chowkhamba. Krishna Murthy: Studies in Indian aesthelies and criticism. ∫…]ı…¥… ¥……b˜“. M. J.Press 2000. K. Malilal : Perception Oxford University Press 1986 3. 4. 8. Colin McGinne : Problems in Philosophy. Hear Anthony : The elements of fine science Art and the human World London 1988 2. 6. Louis P. Oxford Blackweel 1993.D. Hindi Granth Academy. Unit-V Unit-IV Unit-III Unit-II Unit-I 26 Paper-III C) Aesthetics General Introduction :. Press. Beyand od and Religion : Dr. 2. M. Bhartiya Darshanic Nibandha : Editor : Dr. 5. D. Suggested Readings & References 1. Bandiste.No. Olsen & Lamerque (Eds) Truth. Russell: An enquiry in to meaning and truth 2.{……]ıh…EÚÆ˙ : ∫……Èn˘™…«  ®…®……∆∫……. 4. Lalads worth 1998. K. O. Anne Sheppard : Aesthetics : An Introduction to the Philosophy of Art. Pandey : Comparative Aesthelics Vol. D. Enquiry.

Punarshodha : Prof. Bhakti Dham: Chandur Bazar. C. A) The process of creation of the visual universe. Unit-I Srushti Mimansa (Drushti-Srushtivada) A) The theory of origin of the Universe B) Criticism of Darwin’s principle of evolution. Shad Darshan Samanvaya A) The co-ordination of all the six darshanas. P. Unit-IV Unit-V Moksha : The ways of attaining the supreme goal. Bhartiya Darshan ani Mahanubhav Tatvadnyan : Dr. Vedic Dharma. B) Thoughts on harmonized co-ordination of religions. Nagpure 7. Ghatate Publisher: Kattyayani Samiti Madhan.R. The perfect harmony : Dr.The principle of solvation.Meshram. K. 2. Publisher: Bhartiya Vichar Sadhana Nagpur. Shri Gulabrao Maharajanchi Vichar Sampada. Books suggested for reading and references: 1.Samay Upadesh.Shri Chakradhar Shikshan Prasarak Mandal. 6. C) Criticism of spencer’s Ajnaeyvada.i. Anne Felduse 5. Akola. Jaganmannya Dharm == do == 3.V. Bhaktishashtra == do == 4. Alaukik Vyakhyhyanmala : Shri Gulabrao Maharaj Publisher. P. B) Guidelines for successful human life. Unit-II Anadhasta Vivarta (New concpt and contribution) UNit-V: Unit-IV Unit-III: 28 A) The explanation of nature of the Lord.B. Mahanubhav Tatvadnyan : Dr. Mahanubhava: Ek Avhan :Prof.C. A) The different religions are all the off-shoots of old universal . Books suggested for reading and references: 1.M.M. V. Sadhubodha A) The moral teachings regarding differents spheres of human life. Sarvadharma Samanvaya .e. 7. Anadi Char Padartha : Shri Dinabhau Dande 6. Kolte 3. Sutrapatha : Keshiraj Bas. K. Dr.’ B) The main contribution to the Shankara Vedanta and Bhakti Philosophy. Sutrapatha : Dr.B. Pophali Indrayani Publisher. Ghatate. B) Refutal of certain notions of Modern Yogies. Nagpure OR c) Philosophy of Shri Sant Gulabrao Maharaj. ***** . Nagpur. Philosophy of Shri Chakradhar Unit-I Unit-II Purvi . Sarvadharma Samanvaya == do == 5. Astipari : The life style of Dnyani (Bhakta) Udhdharan : The process of attaining Moksha. Mahavakya A) The Doctrine of creation of the Universe and its four elements:(1) Jiva (2) Devata (3) Prapancha (4) Parmeshwar B) Details of these four elements C) The role of these elements in the universe. Anadivada and Sanshyyavada. 4. C) Thoughts on educational reforms. The Blind leads the Unblind : Translated by D. 2. Spiritual Power : Smaran & Nididhyasan. B) The destruction of the visual universe. Unit-III Sansaran and Sanhar. (1) Dnyan (2) Bhakti (Dnynottar) (3) Vairagya (Dnyanottar). who is the ‘Alamban’ (support) of supreme devotion introduced a new term‘Anadhyasta vivarta. Avatar : Incarnation of God Panchanam: Five great Avatar and their sacred names.27 (B) Intensive study of Philosopher 1.