Good luck! :)
Each of the subjects within “Logic II Module” (planned for 3rd & 4th semester) is provided every other year. In 2015/16 it was Logic C&D that was taught, while 2016/17 is going to be a year of Logical Semiotics. However, if you are reeeeeeaaaally certain that:
1. you want to attend Logic C&D and you do not want to take Logical Semiotics, and
2. you will be able to deal with Logic C&D during the (already quite busy) third year of your studies;
you can postpone passing the “Logic II Module” for the next year. However, think twice (or more) – that’s my only advice.
Students who decide to postopne should write an official request for permission to the coordinator of the studies – I will agree in every case.
I am truly and extremely happy that after a few months of efforts I can announce that University Senate finally accepted new name of the studies which is:
Of course, in practice the transition will take some time so please be patient and watchful since for some time both names – PBCV and WISIP* – are going to be in use.
* the official acronym of the new name is “WISIP”, with two “i’s”. The form “WISP” with single “i” is unfortunately reserved for “Warsaw International Studies in PSYCHOLOGY” :)
Admission for the Erasmus Programme Scholarships is open until 1st March 2016. Please find the detailed information HERE.
Each of you who thinks about applying for the Erasmus exchange programme should take part in a meeting with dr. Tadeusz Ciecierski who is the Erasmus Coordinator in our Institute. The meeting will take place on 25th January, from 17:45 to 18:15, in the room 4 (ground-floor). This meeting is arranged especially for Philosophy Studies in English students and is aimed at making you familiar with the Erasmus procedures as well as giving you opportunity to dispel all the doubts you may have regarding the exchange programme.
Are you a student or a PhD student in philosophy/mathematics? Interested in formal philosophy, logical philosophy or mathematical philosophy? Do you also appreciate traditional ontological problems? Do you want to know the latest philosophical insights in topological philosophy? We invite you to participate in a 2-day graduate-level course on topological philosophy. The Graduate School on Topological Philosophy will be held 6-7 February 2016 in Warsaw (Poland). Classes will be conducted by eminent specialists: prof. Thomas Mormann (University of the Basque Country (Donostia-San Sebastian, Spain), prof. Achille Varzi (Columbia University in New York) and Dr. Roland Zarzycki (University of Wrocław, Poland).
If you are interested in participating or would like to find out more, please contact Dr. Bartłomiej Skowron (bartlomiej.skowron(at)gmail.com).
We accept applications until 20 January 2016. It is not required knowledge of the topology. During the course the basic concepts of topology will be introduced.
More information: http://www.icfo.ans.pw.edu.pl/en/?page_id=548.
UPDATE: please follow the instructions that you’ve received in mail from USOS coordinator.
This year is the first year when you are supposed to submit SEMESTER (and not annual-as-usual) essays. USOS is not ready for that, so at the moment you will not find there something like “Semester essay” to register for. Hence, at the end of this semester, to pass the semester, you are supposed to submit to the Secretariat the grade from the semester essay in one of the following forms: – either grade on paper (first page of your essay with a grade and tutor’s signature); – or email from the tutor to firstname.lastname@example.org . USOS coordinator promised me that she will introduce semester essays to USOS asap. When it will be ready your grades from the first semester essays will be entered there. (FK)
PS. Please remember that semester essay is treated as every other philosophical subject: not passing it = not passing the semester, and then you have to apply for conditional passing of the semester (and that’s payable)