Wuhan University School of Philosophy

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Current building that housed both the schools of Philosophy and Chinese Classics
Humanities Hall that once housed the School of Philosophy
Statue of Confucius in the school

Wuhan University School of Philosophy (Chinese: 武汉大学哲学学院) is a school for the study of philosophy in Wuhan University. Established in 1922,[1] the school is part of the Faculty of Humanities.[2] The School of Chinese Classics is currently under the supervision of the School of Philosophy.[1][3]


  • Undergraduate

Philosophy (national key major), religious study, comparative philosophy, Chinese classics, psychology. [1]

  • Graduate

Marxism philosophy, Chinese philosophy, comparative philosophy, foreign philosophy, logic, ethics, aesthetics, religious studies (Christian[4]), science and technology philosophy, basic psychology. [1]


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