Competence of the Second-level Degree Course in Philosophy graduate
The Second-cycle degree in Philosophy:
- imparts knowledge in educational work contexts, in particular in secondary schools;
- exercises a high degree of responsibility in the various sectors of the cultural industry;
- organises, promotes and disseminates cultural policies within the public administration and in the private sector;
- drafts and revises texts in the context of publishing; directs and manages human resources in public institutions or private companies;
- promotes social and interpersonal exchanges; organises group work in the interdisciplinary field.
The Second-cycle Degree Course in Philosophy graduate has the following skills associated with the above-mentioned functions:
- analytical and logical-argumentative skills relating to the different forms of knowledge and language;
- skills of historical-critical analysis of the fundamental concepts of ethical, legal-political and aesthetic reflection, with particular reference to the individual and collective aspects of human praxis;
- hermeneutic and critical evaluation skills relating to the interpretation of texts and knowledge of historiographical methodology;
- ability to analyse and discuss theories and models of rationality (theoretical, practical, aesthetic, linguistic and communicative);
- theoretical and methodological skills concerning the relations between philosophy, human and social sciences, natural, physical and mathematical sciences.