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Sophia's Departments

The Institute is comprised of two Departments, which are called upon to coordinate the areas of specializations and promote research, teaching and training through the degree programmes offered in Political Science, Economics and Management, Trinitarian Ontology and Culture of Unity.

Theology, Philosophy and Humanities

Main study and research areas

Biblical studies and history

  • hermeneutics of the Old and New Testament
  • history of philosophy
  • history of mysticism and theology


  • Trinitarian phenomenology and ontology
  • paradigms of relationality
  • anthropology, Christology, pneumatology, ecclesiology in Trinitarian perspective
  • ethics of the person and of society, bioethics
  • ecology


  • dialogue between the Catholic Church and the Orthodox Church
  • interreligious dialogue in theory and practice
  • dialogue between Christianity and Shia Islam


  • scientific rationality and ontology
  • philosophy of science and technology
  • history and paradigms of logic


  • cultural anthropology
  • psychology of the person
  • pedagogy of the person

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