Philosophy strives to understand the existence of man. We can support you in your academic work in philosophy!
General information on studying philosophy
The roots of the philosophy goes back to antiquity. The great thinkers of Greek and Roman culture laid the foundations of philosophy and attempted to wrestle with the idea of human thoughts and actions, and to understand them. Socrates, Plato and Aristotle are regarded as the founders of philosophy. Since the Bologna Reform, the study of philosophy has generally been offered as a two-stage Bachelor’s/Master’s degree program. Walking in the footsteps of the great philosophers, students deal with the nature of society and address existential questions about mankind. In addition to the history of philosophy, in the first semesters, basic subjects such as logic, ethics and philosophy of science are also on the timetable. In the higher semesters, students choose different specialization modules. Possible specializations include legal philosophy, social philosophy, practical philosophy or the philosophy of culture.
A university degree in philosophy opens up various ways into the profession. For many graduates, a degree in the classics can lead to a career as a teacher at a school or in research at the university, or even into journalism or in the media industry. This includes working for newspapers, radio stations or television stations. Another possibility lies in a career in life coaching, in a library or in public service.
What can we do for you as ghostwriters?
In the branch of philosophy, a large proportion of the studies lies in reading and understanding the original sources. Each semester, students must read a significant number of books in order to follow the curriculum of the seminars. At the beginning of their studies, students learn the basics of humanities work. Since the time pressure on students has increased significantly due to the double-degree requirement, many do not feel they are up to the task. Working with a coach or ghostwriter helps address the challenges of realm of study and can make it possible to achieve the Bachelor’s and the Master’s thesis within the normal timeframe. Our ghostwriters are familiar with the requirements of academic research, which is often still difficult for many students, even towards the end of their studies. Many of the philosophical sources also require learning Greek or Latin. With the knowledge of these languages as well as Greek and Roman literature and culture, our writers have the ability to view your thesis in a very different light than would be possible if one solely relies on a translation. You will benefit our authors’ great experience with the ancient languages of Western culture and in dealing with scientific and academic subjects, because our experts not only can look back on a long academic career, but also actively working in the field and are therefore well versed in applied or practical philosophy.
Our writers can quickly help you in narrowing down your thesis topic. Thanks to their excellent language skills and their general view of the overall theme of philosophy, they can provide valuable impetus when it comes to the development of the central theses. After determining the topic, we start with a comprehensive literature review, which includes excerpting the most important works relevant to your focal area. Understanding philosophical writings is often a major difficulty in the preparation of theses. It is precisely here that our authors can provide you valuable assistance and facilitate the understanding of the texts. If you are facing time restraints, we can also help draft and write the results of research or complete your work by making connections and employing references to other disciplines. Before submitting the finished work, we also support you in editing and formatting your thesis.
Tips for a successful thesis in philosophy
In a humanities disciplines such as philosophy, it makes sense to read the literature beforehand. Perhaps you touched on a topic in a seminar that you thought me be interesting for your thesis. Even if this is not the case, we recommend that you deal with the literature in advance and hone in on a topic question, which you can then propose your supervisor at the university as a subject. Since the time frame to complete Bachelor’s and Master’s theses is limited, as a rule, it is recommended that you begin reading the relevant literature before registering.
A thesis in philosophy requires precise language and academic work. The historical background of the original source should be taken into consideration during the writing process and examined for cross-references. During the writing phase, keep in regular contact with your lecturer and ask questions about the content and scope. Demonstrating interest in the subject is generally evaluated in a positive way.