Courses at Søren Kierkegaard Research Centre

    Courses in the Autumn Semester of 2019


    Course: Making of the Modern Self: Existential Philosophy
    with associate professor Brian Söderquist.
    Course taught in English. Thursdays 12-14:30

    Course: Kierkegaard's Authorship: On the Loss and Recovery of Meaning
    with associate professor Brian Söderquist.
    Course taught in English. Mondays 12-14:30.

    Course: The Ethical Brain: Philosophy and Neuroscience 
    with associate professor René Rosfort.
    Course taught in English. Thursdays 13:30-16.

    Course: Philosophy of Mental Health
    with associate professor René Rosfort.
    Course taught in English. Tuesdays 13:30-16.

    Course: Religion in Crisis: Philosophy of Religion After the Death of God
    with associate professor Brian Söderquist.
    Course taught in English. Tuesdays 12-14:30.

    Course: Philosophy of Gender
    with associate professor René Rosfort.
    Course taught in English. Mondays 10:30-13.

    This course list with be updated on an ongoing basis


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    Fixed courses will be offered at every semester or as summercourses. Locate them through the University of Copenhagen's course-catalogue.

    Kierkegaard as a part of the BA and MA program:

    Since the late 1980s, the study of Kierkegaard has been a permanent part of the ‘Ethics and Philosophy of Religion’ program (currently only offered in Danish) at the Faculty of Theology at the University of Copenhagen. All BA students must read Kierkegaard’s Philosophical Fragments, and numerous MA theses and papers for elective courses have been written on Kierkegaard. The study of Kierkegaard has also been a central part of a great number of comprehensive examinations. This professional interest in Kierkegaard has continued with many PhD dissertations.