By the end of the course, the Student of History of Phenomenology:
1. will have introduced to the key concepts of phenomenology with particular attention for the realistic value-theories developed by Max Scheler and Nicolai Hartmann;
2. will have acquired detailed knowledge of the philosophical lexicon. Specifically, it will be payed theoretical and historical attention to the following terms: perception, emotion, value, attitude, material apriori, eidetic intuition. He/she will improve his/her ability to orientate him/herself within the history of philosophy gaining in-depth knowledge in what precisely the phenomenological realism consists in;
3. developed the capacity to take a stance on the philosophical issues discussed in class;
4. developed the ability to argue for the supported thesis considering the historical-philosophical context;
5. read and understood autonomously the works of the discussed authors. He/she will be able to grasp the key-role played by phenomenology within the history of contemporary philosophy.