Philosophy 1 3301-L2FIL1-ANG
The lectures are intended for second-year students of the BA-level. They introduce students to major thinkers and ideas in Western philosophy in the chronological order, from ancient Greece until the 19th century. Ancient philosophy covers, among others: Thales, Heraclitus, Parmenides, Presocratics, Sophists, Socrates, Plato, Aristotle, Stoics, Sceptics, Epicureanism. Medieval philosophy: gnostics, St. Augustine, Ockham, Thomas Aquinas. Modern philosophy until the 19th century: Descartes, Pascal, Hobbes, Spinoza, Leibniz; the Enlightenment: Locke, Bacon, Hume, Rousseau, Kant; Hegel, Fichte, Schelling; Schoppenhauer, Mill, Feuerbach, Marx. The lectures enable students to have a better grasp of modern philosophy and other humanities.
Type of course
K_W03 knows / explores the methodology of linguistic, cultural and literary studies in the Anglo-Saxon context
K_W08 knows / explores major contemporary directions in linguistic, cultural and literary studies in the Anglo-Saxon context
K_W16 knows / explores cultural symbols and their role in the shaping of culture, for example literaturę, popular culture, visual arts
K_U01 learns / develops terminology of linguistic, literary and cultural studies
K_U10 recognizes cultural symbols and cultural codes in interpersonal and cross-cultural interractions
3. Social skills
K_K01 understands the value of his/her knowledge, work, skills
K_K03 understands the ethical aspect of his/her academic and professional activity
K_K08 recognizes the communal value of his/her knowledge and skills
A written test graded 2-5, based on the points scored.
PLEASE NOTE: The lectures will take place remotely and synchronically (in "real time") and followed by a discussion/Q&A).
PP presentations will be placed on a digital platform.
Podręczniki do historii filozofii:Copleston, Frederick. History of Philosophy.Garvey, James & Jeremy Stangroom. The Story of Philosophy.Reale, Giovanni. A History of Ancient Philosophy.Tatarkiewicz, Władysław. Historia filozofii.Warburton, Nigel. Philosophy: The Essential Study Guide.Fragmenty tekstów następujących filozofów:Platon, Arystoteles, Marek Aureliusz, św. Augustyn, św. Tomasz, Kartezjusz, Pascal, Kant, Hegel, Mill, Marx.
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