Philosophical anthropology

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Overview

Engage in the philosophical study of ourselves. Understand the relationship between reason, emotion and knowledge. Address topics such as personal identity and selfhood, the social nature of being human, the quest for meaning, mortality, personal freedom, gender and sexuality, and the nature and relationship of the mind, soul and body. This discipline is especially valuable for secondary school teachers of philosophy, particularly in Victoria, and those interested in how the field relates to law or theology.

Career outcomes

Our philosophy graduates have pursued careers in:

  • lecturing
  • public relations management
  • ethics consulting to business
  • human resources management
  • bioethics consulting
  • public policy advising
  • teaching or curriculum design
  • diplomatic or consular offices
  • computer programming
  • writing and journalism
  • criminology
  • psychology or counselling

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