Prague Humanities Institute - Library

Digital library coming soon.

I. The Sacred Books of the East (50 volumes) F. Max Muller

II. The Complete Psychological Works of Sigmund Freud (24 volumes)

III. Edmund Husserl: A Very Short Introduction to his Phenomenology

Ph.D. Thesis Dissertations


1) Viktor Frankl: Life and Work. 212, pages.
Neil Allan Soggie (Canada).
(Admitted from Concordia University, Chicago, with an M.A. degree in psychology).
Program of study: Viktor Frankl and “Existential Psychology”.
Date thesis accepted: Thesis completed August 1st, 2014.
Degree: Ph.D. in psychology. (Recently graduated from PHI).

2) Dostoevsky and Shakespeare.
Aleksandra Dujkovic (Montenegro).
(Admitted from University of Belgrade, with an M.A. in English-literature).
Program of study: English-literature studies.
Date thesis accepted: Thesis in progress.
Degree: Ph.D. in English-literature.

M.A. Thesis Dissertation


1) Teilhard de Chardin and the Divine Milieu
Felix Diaz Vega (Florida, USA).
(Admitted from the University of South Florida with a B.A. degree in biology).
Program of study: Philosophy of Science.
Date thesis accepted: Thesis in progress.
Degree: M.A. in Philosophy of Science.

B.A. Thesis Dissertation


1) The “Existential Analytic” in Martin Heidegger’s Ontology of Being.
Jonathan Seldon (London, UK).
(Admitted from High School).
Program of study: Philosophy and Humanities.
Date thesis accepted: Thesis in progress.
Degree: B.A. in Philosophy and Humanities.

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