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Studentships: Department of Philosophy,
School of Social Sciences and Philosophy
Trinity College Dublin
The department of Philosophy at Trinity College Dublin invites applications for a number of prestigious international PhD studentships in Philosophy, to begin in September 2006.
Preference will be given to students whose proposed projects fall into one of the following areas of specialisation:
• Ancient Philosophy especially Plato and Aristotle (also in association with the Dublin Centre for the study of the Platonic Tradition)
• Aporia and Inquiry (in both ancient and modern philosophy including Kant, Hegel and Wittgenstein)
• Berkeley and Irish Philosophy
• History of analytic philosophy (including Frege, Russell, Wittgenstein, Carnap, Quine, and Davidson)
• Kant and Transcendental Philosophy
• Logic and Philosophy (including modality and paradoxes)
• Mental Images
• Phenomenology especially Husserl and Heidegger
• Philosophy of Literature
• Philosophy of Religion in particular Aquinas
• Political Philosophy (especially contemporary issues, e.g. global justice, and authors, e.g. Rawls)
We offer studentships for three years valued at Euro 12,000 per annum. Initially they will be for one year, subject to students' performance in the first year, they will be renewable for the two additional years. Fees will also be covered for the period of the studentship.
In order to be put forward for the studentship, applicants must also apply for College grants (if eligible). Information about Trinity Research Awards can be found at: http://www.tcd.ie/Graduate_Studies/g-admisn.htm#Grants
For informal enquiries please contact Dr. Lilian Alweiss Email: email@example.com
Details of how to apply for postgraduate studies in philosophy at Trinity can be found at:
Alternatively you can contact:
The Secretary, Graduate Studies Office, Trinity College, Dublin 2, Ireland, Tel. -353-1-608 2010, Fax. -353-1-671 2821
Applications should be received no later than Friday, 28 April 2006.