M.A. or Ph.D. in
Philosophy and Literature:
Interdisciplinary Study of Rainer Maria Rilke

(With a Minor in the "Later" Heidegger and Theology)



Raine Marie Rilke.

American University of New York

New York City Humanities Institute
All Classes in English


Rilke Studies:                                                36 credit hrs.


Lit. 500. Duino Elegies & the Sonnets to Orpheus
Lit. 510. The Selected Poetry of Rainer Rilke
Lit. 520. The Letters of Rilke
Lit. 530. The Unknown Rilke
Lit. 540. Pictures of God: Rilke's Religious Poetry
Lit. 550. Notebooks of Malte Laurids
Lit. 560. Larenopfer


21 Credit hrs.


With a Minor in the "Later" Heidegger and Theology


Phil. 500. From Heidegger's "Being and Time" to the "Letter on Humanism"
Phil. 510. What are Poets For? Rilke and the "Later" Heidegger
Phil. 520. Origin of the Work of Art / Building, Dwelling, and Thinking
Phil. 530. The Thinker as Poet/ The Thing / Language
Phil. 540. The Onto-Theo-Logic Constitution of Metaphysics
Phil. 550. From the Essence of Truth to the Task of Thinking in Heidegger
Phil. 560. Heidegger on the Divine


21 Credit hrs.


Thesis Work

(6 Credit hrs.)



Total: 48 Credit hrs.



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