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Graduates of this degree course must:
- have acquired a sound knowledge of the history of the philosophical and scientific thought from ancient to modern times, as well as a wide breadth of information concerning current debates in various areas of philosophical research (theory, logic, epistemology, linguistics, aesthetics, ethics, religion, politics);
- have command of the terminology and methods regarding the analysis of problems, be able to debate points and approach texts, at times in the original language, and understand how to use bibliographical instruments;
- have acquired competence in the issues of applied ethics (in the fields of biology, business, work, politics, economics and communication);
- be able to use the tools needed for the effective communication and management of information.