This Masters course sustains, testifies and promotes a practical, applied type of philosophy, in particular the phenomenology and theories of sexual differences. It looks closely and realistically at behaviours in which sexual differences manifest themselves, revealing a qualitatively different existence between men and women. Without considering this difference, we believe no application of philosophical thinking could be effective in real life - at least in the world of work, teaching and healthcare. We do not think it is possible to address the individual or social problems of our time without taking a position within the academic framework that we have outlined here - a field with a long history that has spurned philosophical applications and helpful relationship practices capable of positively transforming the internal and external trials and tribulations of men, women, couples, families, groups and communities. At the same time, the course teaches the use of psycholanalysis as one of the applied philosophies of the 20th century, promoting the knowledge and wisdom of this practice in a positive comparison with other philosophical practices.