revised: June 15, 2016, 4:05 p.m.
Political Economy and Social Philosophy Program is a 4-year undergraduate program with the objective of providing an interdisciplinary formation, and aims at giving students both a strong background in humanities and the skills needed for professional life. The curriculum includes courses that examine the emergence and evolution of such concepts as nature, reason, rationality, property, labor, production, and their role in understanding the economic, legal, cultural, political, artistic and social aspects of Western thought. The core courses of the Political Economy and Social Philosophy Program will only be restricted to the students of the Program and conducted in an unorthodox manner to enable a closer intellectual interaction between students and instructors.
* No new students will be accepted to this program.