1. Knowledge and understanding
The goal of the first part: knowledge of the main philosophical movements that at the turn of 19th and 20th Centuries focus on value-problem. Knowledge and understanding of some philosophical works related to the course-subject, partially read and commented during the lessons.
The goal of the second part: knowledge and understanding of the introductory and basic assumptions of the Husserlian theory of value and its position within the debate developed in the first part of the course. Knowledge and understanding of the Husserlian works (recommended readings).
2. Applying Knowledge and understanding
Knowledge of the problematic issues addressed in the course and of the methodologies used to develop the main problems. Ability to place the theoretical and historical fundamental aspects within the history of philosophy.
3-4-5. Autonomy of judgment, communication and learning skills
Ability to identify similarities and differences among the examined philosophical traditions. Improvement of reasoning skills in order to formulate independent judgments considering the most relevant historical-philosophical aspects.