PHILOSOPHY OF CULTURE
cod. 18191

Academic year 2014/15
2° year of course - Second semester
Professor
FABBIANELLI Faustino
Academic discipline
Storia della filosofia (M-FIL/06)
Field
Storia della filosofia
Type of training activity
Characterising
30 hours
of face-to-face activities
6 credits
hub:
course unit
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Learning objectives

1- Knowledge and comprehension skill

Goal of the course: knowledge of the debate on philosophy between Rosmini and some classical german Philosophers (particularly Hegel).

2- Applied knowledge and comprehension skill

Application of the methodologies and topics of the Classical German as well Italian Philosophy to set of problems in other periods of the history of philosophy.

3-4-5- Autonomy of judgment, communication and apprehension skills

Development of autonomous as well as critical judgment of the philosophical texts through oral communications and historical well-documented papers.

Prerequisites

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Course unit content

The course is about the debate on philosophy between Antonio Rosmini and some classical german philosophers (particularly Hegel).

Full programme

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Bibliography

Sources (obligatory):

A. Rosmini, Saggio storico critico sulle categorie, Roma, Città nuova 1997.

A. Rosmini, Teosofia, Milano, Bompiani 2011.

Teaching methods

Lectures.
Lecture and analysis of texts.
Active interaction between the teacher and the students in form of discussion of individual problems of the course. The students must in an alternative way write a short protocol of the lecture which contains the principal arguments of the previous session and is orally exposed at the beginning of the next session.

Assessment methods and criteria

The final exams consist in a paper and an oral discussion. The student has to send to the teacher, at least one week before the oral examination, a paper (9-11 pp.) about a subject of the course. The student must show the ability to develop in a sinthetic way a coherent as well as in-depth discussion of a philosophical question, also using the secondary bibliography. The student must also show the skill to write a philosophical text applying the usual typographical norms. The paper will be evaluated in “trentesimi” and discussed with the student during the oral examination.
The oral examination will focus on the paper and on the texts of the bibliography. The final grade represents the average of the grade of the paper and the grade of the oral examination. The oral examination aims especially to verify: 1. the comprehension of philosophical texts; 2. the ability to think in a philosophical way and apply the learned concepts to specific problems; 3. the appropriate use of the philosophical terminology.

Other information

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