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Beginning in 2016-2017, M.Phil. and Ph.D. candidates should take this course in the first semester of their first year of study. The purpose of the course is to provide basic training in philosophical research methods. RPGs will present their own work in progress to their fellow students and a staff moderator in preparation for presenting a required paper in the Department Seminar series (usually by the end of their 2nd year). RPGs are also required to attend the weekly department seminar to critique the research methods used in the seminar.
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Beginning in 2016-2017, M.Phil. and Ph.D. candidates should take this course in the first semester of their first year of study. The purpose of the course is to provide basic training in philosophical research methods. RPGs will discuss materials related to their research work with their fellow students and a staff moderator in preparation for presenting a required paper in the Department Seminar series (usually by the end of their 2nd year). RPGs are also required to attend the weekly department seminar to critique the research methods used in the seminar.
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M.Phil. and Ph.D. candidates must take this course in the second semester of the first or second year of their candidacy. (Beginning in 2016-2017, the course will be changed to the first semester.) The purpose of the course is to provide an introduction to philosophical research methods. RPGs will be required to attend the department seminar on a weekly basis in order to critique the research methods used in the seminar. In addition, department staff will visit the course to discuss their  philosophical research methodology with RPGs. RPGs will present their own work in progress to their fellow students and a staff moderator in preparation for presenting a required paper in the Department Seminar series (usually by the end of their 2nd year).
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Beginning in 2016-2017, M.Phil. and Ph.D. candidates should take this course in the first semester of their first year of study. The purpose of the course is to provide basic training in philosophical research methods. RPGs will present their own work in progress to their fellow students and a staff moderator in preparation for presenting a required paper in the Department Seminar series (usually by the end of their 2nd year). RPGs are also required to attend the weekly department seminar to critique the research methods used in the seminar.
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M.Phil. and Ph.D. candidates must take this course in the second semester of the first or second year of their candidacy. The purpose of the course is to provide an introduction to philosophical research methods. RPGs will be required to attend the department seminar on a weekly basis in order to critique the research methods used in the seminar. In addition, department staff will visit the course to discuss their  philosophical research methodology with RPGs. RPGs will present their own work in progress to their fellow students and a staff moderator in preparation for presenting a required paper in the Department Seminar series (usually by the end of their 2nd year).
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M.Phil. and Ph.D. candidates must take this course in the second semester of the first or second year of their candidacy. (Beginning in 2016-2017, the course will be changed to the first semester.) The purpose of the course is to provide an introduction to philosophical research methods. RPGs will be required to attend the department seminar on a weekly basis in order to critique the research methods used in the seminar. In addition, department staff will visit the course to discuss their  philosophical research methodology with RPGs. RPGs will present their own work in progress to their fellow students and a staff moderator in preparation for presenting a required paper in the Department Seminar series (usually by the end of their 2nd year).
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!PHIL 6820 - Graduate Seminar In Research Methods

M.Phil. and PhD candidates must take this course in the second semester of the first or second year of their candidacy. The purpose of this course is to provide an introduction to philosophical research methods. RPGs will be required to attend the department seminar on a weekly basis in order to critique the research methods used in the seminar. In addition, department staff will visit the course to discuss their own philosophical research methodology with the RPGs. The RPGs will present their own work in progress to their fellow students and a staff moderator in preparation for presenting a REQUIRED paper at the Department Seminar series (usually by the end of their 2nd year).
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!PHIL 6820 - Graduate Seminar in Research Methods

M.Phil. and Ph.D. candidates must take this course in the second semester of the first or second year of their candidacy. The purpose of the course is to provide an introduction to philosophical research methods. RPGs will be required to attend the department seminar on a weekly basis in order to critique the research methods used in the seminar. In addition, department staff will visit the course to discuss their philosophical research methodology with RPGs. RPGs will present their own work in progress to their fellow students and a staff moderator in preparation for presenting a required paper in the Department Seminar series (usually by the end of their 2nd year).
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!PHIL 6820 - Graduate Seminar in research methods

M.Phil. and PhD candidates must take this course in the second semester of the first or second year of their candidacy. The purpose of this course is to provide an introduction to philosophical research methods. RPGs will be required to attend the department seminar on a weekly basis in order to critique the research methods used in the seminar. In addition, department staff will visit the course to discuss their own philosophical research methodology with the RPGs. The RPGs will present their own work in progress to their fellow students and a staff moderator. This course also prepares RPGs to present a REQUIRED paper at the Department Seminar series (usually by the end of their 2nd year).
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!PHIL 6820 - Graduate Seminar In Research Methods

M.Phil. and PhD candidates must take this course in the second semester of the first or second year of their candidacy. The purpose of this course is to provide an introduction to philosophical research methods. RPGs will be required to attend the department seminar on a weekly basis in order to critique the research methods used in the seminar. In addition, department staff will visit the course to discuss their own philosophical research methodology with the RPGs. The RPGs will present their own work in progress to their fellow students and a staff moderator in preparation for presenting a REQUIRED paper at the Department Seminar series (usually by the end of their 2nd year).
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!PHIL 6820 - Graduate Seminar

All candidates for the MPhil and PhD (including candidates for the three-year PhD) must sit this course during the first semester of the second year of their candidacy. The course is for students to present their work in progress to their fellow students and a staff moderator. (Mode of assessment: 100% coursework)

2012-13, Semester I

Coordinator: Dr Alexandra Cook

Class meetings: Fridays, 3:30-5:20 pm, Eliot Hall, Room 101 (except 9 November).
Schedule of meetings:

25 October: introduction; Dr Dan Marshall to present information on postgrad participation in the Thursday Departmental seminar

2 November (reading week): Phoebe Chan

9 November: no meeting

16 November: Lorraine Yeung

23 November: Jin Lee (warning: no ppt!)

30 November: Yumi Suzuki

7 December: Kathleen Ho and Ekin Ulas

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!PHIL 6820 - Graduate Seminar in research methods

M.Phil. and PhD candidates must take this course in the second semester of the first or second year of their candidacy. The purpose of this course is to provide an introduction to philosophical research methods. RPGs will be required to attend the department seminar on a weekly basis in order to critique the research methods used in the seminar. In addition, department staff will visit the course to discuss their own philosophical research methodology with the RPGs. The RPGs will present their own work in progress to their fellow students and a staff moderator. This course also prepares RPGs to present a REQUIRED paper at the Department Seminar series (usually by the end of their 2nd year).

(Mode of assessment: Continuous assessment 100%)
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Ph: 3917-4335
Email: cookga@hku.hk

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Course description:

The principal purpose of this course is to provide a forum of peers in which RPGs may present and discuss their research. The Department wishes all registered RPGs to participate, as dialogue within a community of peers is critical to the philosophical endeavour and to good academic work.

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All candidates for the MPhil and PhD (including candidates for the three-year PhD) must sit thie required course during the first semester of the second year of their candidacy. The purpose of the course is for students to have the opportunity to present their work in progress to their fellow students and a staff moderator. (Mode of assessment: 100% coursework)
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All candidates for the MPhil and PhD (including candidates for the three-year PhD) must sit this course during the first semester of the second year of their candidacy. The course is for students to present their work in progress to their fellow students and a staff moderator. (Mode of assessment: 100% coursework)

2012-13, Semester I

Coordinator: Dr Alexandra Cook

Ph: 3917-4335
Email: cookga@hku.hk

Class meetings: Fridays, 3:30-5:20 pm, Eliot Hall, Room 101 (except 9 November).
Course description:

The principal purpose of this course is to provide a forum of peers in which RPGs may present and discuss their research. The Department wishes all registered RPGs to participate, as dialogue within a community of peers is critical to the philosophical endeavour and to good academic work.

Schedule of meetings:

25 October: introduction; Dr Dan Marshall to present information on postgrad participation in the Thursday Departmental seminar

2 November (reading week): Phoebe Chan


9 November: no meeting


16 November: Lorraine Yeung


23 November: Jin Lee (warning: no ppt!)
 

30 November: Yumi Suzuki


7 December: Kathleen Ho and Ekin Ulas

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Candidates for the MPhil and PhD must sit thie required course during the first semester of the second year of their candidacy. The purpose of the course is for students to have the opportunity to present their work in progress to their fellow students and a staff moderator. (Mode of assessment: 100% coursework)
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All candidates for the MPhil and PhD (including candidates for the three-year PhD) must sit thie required course during the first semester of the second year of their candidacy. The purpose of the course is for students to have the opportunity to present their work in progress to their fellow students and a staff moderator. (Mode of assessment: 100% coursework)
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Meetings will be held every week throughout the first semester of the second year of a student's candidacy. Students will, in turn, present aspects of their graduate work in progress to their fellow students and a staff moderator. (Mode of assessment: 100% coursework)
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Candidates for the MPhil and PhD must sit thie required course during the first semester of the second year of their candidacy. The purpose of the course is for students to have the opportunity to present their work in progress to their fellow students and a staff moderator. (Mode of assessment: 100% coursework)
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!PHIL 6820 - Graduate Seminar

Meetings will be held every week throughout the first semester of the second year of a student's candidacy. Students will, in turn, present aspects of their graduate work in progress to their fellow students and a staff moderator. (Mode of assessment: 100% coursework)