Teaching Responsibilities

Courses designed and taught as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Philosophy at University of Tehran:

  •  Fall 2007:
  • Contemporary Continental Philosophy: The Main Figures and Movements in the Twentieth and Twenty-First Centuries (Full Course, Undergraduate level, Third- and Fourth-year students, 32 sessions, 2 sessions per week)
  • Interpretation of Philosophical Texts in English Language I (Full Course, Undergraduate level, Third- and Fourth-year students, 32 sessions, 2 sessions per week)
  • Winter 2007:
  • Contemporary Continental Philosophy: The Main Figures and Movements in the Twentieth and Twenty-First Centuries (Full Course, Undergraduate level, Third- and Fourth-year students, 32 sessions, 2 sessions per week)
  • Interpretation of Philosophical Texts in English Language II (Full Course, Undergraduate level, Third- and Fourth-year students, 32 sessions, 2 sessions per week)
  • Fall 2008:
  • Contemporary Continental Philosophy: The Main Figures and Movements in the Twentieth and Twenty-First Centuries (Full Course, Undergraduate level, Third- and Fourth-year students, 32 sessions, 2 sessions per week)
  • Interpretation of Philosophical Texts in English Language I (Full Course, Undergraduate level, Third- and Fourth-year students, 32 sessions, 2 sessions per week)
  • Interpretation of Primary Philosophical Texts (Half Course, Graduate level, First- and Second-year students, 16 sessions, 1 session per week)
  • Winter 2008:
  • Contemporary Continental Philosophy: The Main Figures and Movements in the Twentieth and Twenty-First Centuries (Full Course, Undergraduate level, Third- and Fourth-year students, 32 sessions, 2 sessions per week)
  • Interpretation of Philosophical Texts in English Language II (Full Course, Undergraduate level, Third- and Fourth-year students, 32 sessions, 2 sessions per week)
  •  Fall 2009:
  • Contemporary Continental Philosophy: The Main Figures and Movements in the Twentieth and Twenty-First Centuries (Full Course, Undergraduate level, Third- and Fourth-year students, 32 sessions, 2 sessions per week)
  • Interpretation of Philosophical Texts in English Language I (Full Course, Undergraduate level, Third- and Fourth-year students, 32 sessions, 2 sessions per week)
  • Nineteenth Century Continental Philosophy: Three Great Masters of Suspicion: Marx, Nietzsche, and Freud. ( Half Course, Undergraduate level, Third- and Fourth-year students, 16 sessions, 1 session per week)
  • Winter 2009:
  • Contemporary Continental Philosophy: The Main Figures and Movements in the Twentieth and Twenty-First Centuries (Full Course, Undergraduate level, Third- and Fourth-year students, 32 sessions, 2 sessions per week)
  • Interpretation of Philosophical Texts in English Language II (Full Course, Undergraduate level, Third- and Fourth-year students, 32 sessions, 2 sessions per week)
  • Critical Theory and Metaphilosophy: Philosophy as a Philosophical Question (Half Course, Graduate level, First- and Second-year students, 16 sessions, 1 session per week)
  •  Fall 2010:
  • Contemporary Continental Philosophy: The Main Figures and Movements in the Twentieth and Twenty-First Centuries (Full Course, Undergraduate level, Third- and Fourth-year students, 32 sessions, 2 sessions per week)
  • Interpretation of Philosophical Texts in English Language I (Full Course, Undergraduate level, Third- and Fourth-year students, 32 sessions, 2 sessions per week)
  • Interpretation of Primary Philosophical Texts (Half Course, Graduate level, First- and Second-year students, 16 sessions, 1 session per week)
  • Winter 2010:
  • Contemporary Continental Philosophy: The Main Figures and Movements in the Twentieth and Twenty-First Centuries (Full Course, Undergraduate level, Third- and Fourth-year students, 32 sessions, 2 sessions per week)
  • Interpretation of Philosophical Texts in English Language II (Full Course, Undergraduate level, Third- and Fourth-year students, 32 sessions, 2 sessions per week)
  • The Idea of University: From Kant to Derrida (Half Course, Graduate level, First- and Second-year students, 16 sessions,1 session per week)
  •  Fall 2011:
  • Contemporary Continental Philosophy: The Main Figures and Movements in the Twentieth and Twenty-First Centuries (Full Course, Undergraduate level, Third- and Fourth-year students, 32 sessions, 2 sessions per week)
  • Interpretation of Philosophical Texts in English Language I (Full Course, Undergraduate level, Third- and Fourth-year students, 32 sessions, 2 sessions per week)
  • Interpretation of Primary Philosophical Texts (Half Course, Graduate level, First- and Second-year students, 16 sessions,1 session per week)
  • Winter 2011:
  • Contemporary Continental Philosophy: The Main Figures and Movements in the Twentieth and Twenty-First Centuries (Full Course, Undergraduate level, Third- and Fourth-year students, 32 sessions, 2 sessions per week)
  • Interpretation of Philosophical Texts in English Language II (Full Course, Undergraduate level, Third- and Fourth-year students, 32 sessions, 2 sessions per week)
  • The Idea of University: From Kant to Derrida (Half Course, Graduate level, First- and Second-year students, 16 sessions, 1 session per week)
  • Fall 2012:
  •  Supervising (First reader) of M.A. Candidate’s Thesis:  Maliheh Dayhim, “The Mystery of Hope in The Philosophy of Gabriel Marcel.” Completed
  • Winter 2012:
  • Supervising  (First reader) of M.A. Candidate’s Thesis:  Ahmad Sajadi, “The Kantian Conflict between Philosophical and Theological Faculties.” Completed            

 

 

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