Take a look at our courses within the discipline of Philosophy, Religion and Ethics.
During this course you will cover the history, philosophical background, and legal aspects of animal rights. This course will stimulate you to think creatively and co-create a society in which animal rights have a prominent place
This course enables you to increase your impact on a personal and community level by deepening drives and training dialogues and silences, among other things.
The course will introduce statistical models for network data and other data with complex dependence among observations. A range of models will be discussed theoretically, in application and using R.
In this course you will be exploring one alternative way of doing social science with roots in the analytical approach of Max Weber and the reflections of key pragmatist thinkers.
This course focuses on the use of digital technologies for qualitative data collection, from a conceptual to applied perspective, including logistical, technical and ethical issues.