Ancient Philosophy/History of Ancient Science (APhil/HistAS)
The program Ancient Philosophy and History of Ancient Science discusses the ancient sciences, their methods, their intellectual and philosophical foundations as well as their practical applications in their social and cultural contexts. The subject of research deals with scientific and philosophical tractates, but also scientific instruments and other forms of material evidence. Specific philological reading competences and methodical skills are central and necessary elements for the study of ancient sciences. The program is divided into two curriculum paths, which are selected before the beginning of the doctoral program: the path Ancient Philosophy and the path History of Ancient Science.
Academic rules and regulations
Academic rules and regulations for the doctoral program ALT have been published in the official journal no. 13/2012 of the Freie Universität Berlin – in new version in journal no. 26/2013 – and in the official journal no. 06/2012 of the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin – in new version in journal no. 27/2013 (expiring).
Academic rules and regulations for the doctoral program Ancient Philosophy and History of Ancient Science have been published in the official journal no. 08/2016 of the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin and in the official journal no. 03/2016 of the Freie Universität Berlin.
Members of the managing committee
Current supervising tutors
|Prof. Dr. Dr. Stephen Menn||HU||Ancient Philosophy|
|Prof. Dr. Jonathan Beere||HU||Ancient Philosophy and History of Knowledge|
|Prof. Dr. Anne Eusterschulte||FUB||History of Philosophy|
|Prof. Dr. Bernd Roling||FUB||Greek and Latin Languages and Literatures|
|Prof. Dr. Lukas Mühlethaler||FU||Jewish Philosophy|
|Prof. Dr. Stephan G. Schmid||HU||Classical Archaeology|
|Prof. Dr. Markus Asper||HU||Classics|
|Prof. Dr. Philip van der Eijk||HU||Classics|
|Prof. Dr. Gerd Graßhoff||HU||History of science of classical antiquity|
|Prof. Dr. Dr. Mathieu Ossendrijver||HU||History of science of classical antiquity|
|Prof. Dr. Markham J. Geller||FUB||History of Knowledge|