Courses

Discipline wise list of courses offered

Philosophy

Course Number: HUL 841
Credit: 3.0
Course Objective:

The major issues to be discussed in this course include: (a) scientific explanation; (b) theories of confirmation of a scientific hypothesis; (c) theoretical-observational terms/distinction; (d) problem of induction; and (e) the problems of theory choice. A survey of the historical development... Read more

Course Number: HUL 840
Credit: 3.0
Course Objective:

Some of the key issues which arise in social sciences will be discussed in this course. These are: (1) What is 'out there' in the social universe ? (2) What are the most fundamental properties of the social world? (3) What kind(s) of analysis of these properties is (are) possible and/ or... Read more

Course Number: HUL 352
Credit: 3.0
Course Objective:

The course will begin by exploring the worldview implicit in the Vedas, the Upanisads, and the orthodox systems and then move on to the rejection of this entire sytem in Buddhism and Materialism. Emphasis will be led on the diversity of systems and healthy dialogue between antagonistic schools... Read more

Course Number: HUL 360
Credit: 3.0
Course Objective:

The course will introduce students to selected topics in Philosophy as decided by the instructor.

Course Number: HUL 252
Credit: 4.0
Course Objective:

As closely aligned areas in philosophy– social philosophy with the role of individual in society and political philosophy with the role of government- this course bridges divides between social theory, political philosophy, and the history of social and political thought as also between... Read more

Course Number: HUL 843
Credit: 3.0
Course Objective:

The twentieth century is one which has been said to mark a 'linguistic turn' in philosophy. This course will examine the basic sense/reference, truth/falsity, denotative/ connotative, meaning/use, analytic/ synthetic, argument/predicate, intension/extension dichotomies as they are explored in... Read more

Course Number: HUL 842
Credit: 3.0
Course Objective:

The aim of this course is to understand Plato's writings on a variety of topics, and see the connection between these writings and more contemporary philosophical discussions.

Policy

Course Number: HUL 372
Credit: 3.0
Course Objective:

The course will use interdisciplinary texts to give students a historical overview of agrarian India starting from the colonial period, plantation and export economies, recurring famines, community development programs and land reforms after independence, the green revolution, and the neglect of... Read more

Course Number: HUL 289
Credit: 4.0
Course Objective:

The course will begin by identifying various dimensions of human development and mapping the state of India and the world on these indicators. It will then discuss theories about how science and technology (S&T) have shaped human development historically and the dynamics of technological... Read more

Course Number: HUL 310
Credit: 3.0
Course Objective:

The course will introduce students to selected topics in Policy Studies as decided by the instructor.

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