IMPORTANT: Due to the current situation, courses may undergo changes at short notice. Please inform yourself about the Moodle rooms for each course.
Unfortunately, the current situation does not permit the summer semester to function as usual, and presents us with many challenges we can only face together.
The vast majority of courses in philosophy will be offered online in the summer semester.
The Moodle course for each respective course will be the central means of organizing each class. You will find further information on the structure of each class in the Moodle course. Please register as soon as possible for Moodle courses. This is possible before registration via PULS is activated. This is the only way to contact the instructors. (Of course, this does not replace your PULS registration, which will track your performance throughout the semester!)
It is still possible to organize reading groups, and meetings with instructors can take place digitally if the situation remains unchanged. Please discuss exact arrangements with your instructor. Information on reading groups can be found here.
It is of course still possible to write papers to complete each module. Advising can take place via phone, e-mail, or video chat, and writing consultations are also available online.
Please keep up to date with announcements on our News page.
You can find more information about the effects of the COVID-19 crisis on courses of study and teaching here. Please also note that registration, occupancy, and withdrawal deadlines for courses have changed. Please refer to the current academic calendar.
An overview of examination events for your respective course of study can be found in PULS.
Here you will find an overview of the events in the Department of Philosophy for the summer semester 2021.
If you have any further questions, please contact johannes.haaguni-potsdamde.
The Department includes the following areas of instruction: