The course aims to provide knowledge, both exegetical and textual criticism, of the discipline. The student will acquire:
1. Knowledge and understanding:
– he/she will become acquainted with textual tradition and criticism;
– he/she will become acquainted with bibliographical sources of the topics.
2. Knowledge and understanding skills applied:
– well-rounded knowledge regarding exegetical abilities a textual criticism; he/she will develop the skill required to develop scientific researches;
– the student will develop skills regarding to read and to know primary sources, and to translate and comment critical editions of Greek texts.
3. Making judgments:
– students develop the ability to collect and explain data to state independent judgments within the discipline.
4. Communication skills:
– students will be able to communicate and express methodological conclusions inherent to the discipline in a comprehensible way and supported by the acquired knowledge.
5. Ability to learn:
– students will enhance the learning skills necessary to keep on to study, in an autonomous way, the developments of the discipline.