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1 B. A Philosophy (Pass) Syllabus CHOICE BASED CREDIT SYSTEM w. e. f. Admission Batch ( ) for Affiliated Colleges North Orissa University Sriram Chandra Vihar Takatpur, Baripada Mayurbhanj North Orissa University Page 1

2 COURSE STRUCTURE (CBCS) For B.A/B.Sc. Pass (Philosophy) Sem Core Course Ability Skill Elective Discipline GENERIC Enhancement Enhancement Specific ELECTIVE (GE) ( No. of paper 12) Compulsory Course (DSE) (No. Of papers-2) Credit (4+2) Course (AECC) (SEC) ( No. of paper 6) 6 credit & 100 ( No. of paper 2) ( No. of paper 4) Credit (6) marks each Credit (4) Credit (4) I MIL-I Environmental CCP-Phil- 1 CCP-B-I Science II ENGLISH-1 MIL Communication CCP-Phil-2 CCP-B-2 III IV MIL-2 CCP-Phil-3 CCP-B-3 ENGLISH-2 CCP-Phil-4 CCP-B-4 SEC-1 Communicative English SEC-2 V SEC-3 DSE-Phil-1 GE-I DSE-B-1 VI SEC-4 DSE-Phil-2 GE-2 DSE-B-2 CCP B/Generic Electives are two different subjects other than Philosophy. Choice of CCP (B)/GENERIC ELECTIVE (GE): 1. ANTHROPOLOGY 2. ECONOMICS 3. EDUCATION North Orissa University Page 2

3 4. ENGLISH 5. GEOGRAPHY 6. HOME SCIENCE 7. HINDI 8. MATHEMATICS 9. ODIA 10. POLITICAL SCIENCE 11. PSYCHOLOGY 12. SANSKRIT 13. SOCIOLOGY Core papers Philosophy (Credit: 06 each) (CP 1-4): Discipline Specific Elective papers (Credit: 06 each) (DSE 1, DSE 2): Choose 2 Skill Enhancement Course (any four) (Credit: 04 each)- SEC 1 to SEC 4 1. Communicative English (Compulsory) North Orissa University Page 3

4 SEMESTER-I Philosophy (Pass) Paper: CCP-A/B-Phil-1 Subject: General Philosophy Duration : 3 HRS Lecturer: 60 Marks : 100 (Midterm-20, End Term-80) [Group A: 20 marks: four questions from each unit and ten questions have to be answered carrying 2 marks each Group B: 60 marks: one long type question from each unit (each question can also be subdivided) with one alternative each, has to be answered] Unit-1: Definition, Nature and Function of Philosophy, Philosophy in relation to other modes of thinking like science and Religion Unit-2 : Problems of Knowledge: What is Knowledge? Sources of Knowledge : Empiricism, Rationalism Unit-3: Problems of Ethics : (1) Theories of Goodness : The Good and the Evil (2) Theories of Conduct : Egoism and Altruism Essential readings: 1. John Hospers - An Introduction to Philosophical Analysis 2. G. T. W. Patrick - Introduction to Philosophy 3. G. W. Cunningham - Problems of Philosophy 4. B. Russell - Problems of Philosophy 5. D. W. Hamlyn - Metaphysics 6. Richard Taylor - Metaphysics North Orissa University Page 4

5 SEMESTER-II Philosophy (Pass) Paper: CCP-A/B-Phil-2 Subject: Indian Philosophy Duration : 3 HRS Lecturer: 60 Marks : 100 (Midterm-20, End Term-80) [Group A: 20 marks: four questions from each unit and ten questions have to be answered carrying 2 marks each Group B: 60 marks: one long type question from each unit (each question can also be subdivided) with one alternative each, has to be answered] Unit-I: Common and distinct characteristics of Indian Philosophy. Jainism; Anekantavada, Syadvada Buddhism; Catvari arya satyani, Pratitya samudpada, Ksnabhangavada, Anatmavada, Nirvana. Unit-II: Nyaya; Pramanas (Pratyaksa, Anumana, Upamana sabda) Carvka; Pramana Vaisesika; Padarthas (Dravya, Guna, Karma, Samanya, Vishisa, Samavaya and Abhava) Unit- III: Samkhya; Prakriti, Purusa Sankara Vedanta; Brahman, Atman Basic Study Materials: 1. C.D. Sharma, A Critical Survey of Indian Philosophy 2. R. Puligandla, Fundamentals of Indian Philosophy 3. S.C. Chatterjee & D.M. Datta, An Introduction to Indian Philosophy 4. M. Hiriyana, Outlines of Indian Philosophy 5. S. Radhakrushnan, Indian Philosophy (Vol. I and II) North Orissa University Page 5

6 SEMISTER-III PHILOSOPHY (PASS) Paper: CCP-A/B-Phil-3 Sub: -Indian and Western Logic Total Marks: 100-(End term 80 +Mid-term: 20 Marks) 5 Lectures, 1 Tutorial (per week) Duration: 3 Hours Lecture:-60 [Group-A: 20marks: twelve questions (four questions from each unit) to be asked and ten questions have to be answered carrying 2 marks each. Group-B: 60 marks: One long type question from each unit (each can also be subdivided) with one alternative each has to be answered.] Unit-I Part I (Western Logic) 1. Introductory topics: Sentence, propositions, truth and validity. 2. Aristotelion classification of propositions and square of oppositions. 3. Immediate Inference: conversion & Obversion 4. Categorical syllogism:-figures, moods, test of valid moods. Unit-II 1. Symbolic logic:-use of symbols. 2. Truth function, Negation, conjunction, disjunction, implication, equivalence. 3. Tautology, contradiction, contingent 4. Use of truth tables for testing the validity of arguments. Unit-III Part II (Indian Logic) 1. Nyaya Logic:-Introduction, distinction between Nyaya syllogism and Aristotelian Syllogism. 2. Kinds of Nyaya inference 3. Fallacies of Nyaya inference Suggested reading:- 1. S. Chatarjee.Nyaya Theory and Knowledge. 2. C. Bhattachary:-Elements of Indian Logic and Epistemology. 3. I.M.Coji:- Introduction to Logic (Sixth Edition). 4. W. Salman:-Logic. 5. Symbolic Logic:-Bosson O Corner. SKILL ENHANCEMENT COURSES (SEC) SEMESTER-III PHILOSOPHY (PASS) Paper: SEC-CENG-1 Subject: COMMUNICATIVE ENGLISH Duration: 3Hours Lecturer: 60 Full Marks: 100 (Midterm-20, Endterm-80) North Orissa University Page 6

7 SEMISTER-IV PHILOSOPHY (PASS) Paper: CCP-A/B-Phil-4 Sub: -W e s t e r n E t h i c s ) Total Marks: 100-(End term 80 +Mid-term: 20 Marks) 5 Lectures, 1 Tutorial (per week) Duration: 3 Hours Lecture:-60 [Group-A: 20marks: twelve questions (four questions from each unit) to be asked and ten questions have to be answered carrying 2 marks each. Group-B: 60 marks: One long type question from each unit (each can also be subdivided) with one alternative each has to be answered.] Unit-I Definition, Nature & Scope of Ethics. Ethics in relation to Politics, Sociology & Religion Unit-II Distinction between moral & non moral action, Moral judgment and Factual judgment, Subject of moral judgment Unit-III Utilitarianism, Hedonism, Theories of punishment, Retributive. Reformative & Preventive Theory Suggested reading:- 1. J.N.Sinha:-A Manual of Ethics 2. W.Frankena:-Ethics North Orissa University Page 7

8 SKILL ENHANCEMENT COURSES (SEC) SEMESTER-IV PHILOSOPHY (PASS) Paper: SEC-Phil-2 Subject: Ethics (Indian and Western) Duration: 3Hours Lecturer: 60 Full Marks: 100 (Midterm-20, Endterm-80) [Group-A: 20marks: twelve questions (four questions from each unit) to be asked and ten questions have to be answered carrying 2 marks each. Group-B: 60 marks: One long type question from each unit (each can also be subdivided) with one alternative each has to be answered.] Unit-I I. Purusarthas: Artha, Kama, Dharma, MOKSA II. Niskama Karma of Bhagbat Gita III. Law of Karma IV. Moral Action, Non-Moral Action, Immoral Action V. Moral Judgment and Factual Judgment, Object of Moral Judgment Unit-II I. Charavaka Ethics II. Jaina Ethics: Anuvrata and Mohavrata III. Buddhist Ethics: The four nobel truths and eight fold Paths IV. Theory and Doctrine of Dependent Origination V. Theory of Momentariness. Unit-III I. Bhagvat Gita: Karma, Akarma, Vikarma II. JainaTriratna: Samyak Jaina, Samyakdarhana, Samyakcaritra III. Budhism: Theory of Nonexistence of Sole, Liberation IV. Gandhian Ethics: Truth and God, Cardinal Virtues of morality, means and end. V. Theories of Punishment Suggested Readings:- 1. J.N. Sinha- Outlines of Ethics. 2. P.B. Chatterjee- Principles of Ethics. 3. K. omnarayan Rao & H. Behera- An Introduction to Ethics 4. Dr. C.D. Sharma- A critical survey of Indian Philosophy 5. Dr. S. Radhakrishnan- Indian Philosophy. North Orissa University Page 8

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