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Degree course in PHILOSOPHICAL AND HISTORICAL SCIENCES (Codice 2207)
Curriculum\Profile description: CRITICISM OF HISTORICAL KNOWLEDGE

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Detail Degree Course Academic year of the educational offer: 2018/2019
School:
  • SCHOOL OF HUMANITIES AND CULTURAL HERITAGE
Class:
  • Philosophy (LM-78)

credits total:120

Educational objectives
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The 2nd cycle Degree Course in Philosophy aims at providing students with advanced training in historical-philosophical studies as well as in the specific fields of theoretical, logical-epistemological and linguistic, gnosiological, philosophical-scientific, ethical-political and aesthetic research. Based on the competences they acquired during the 1st cycle, students should acquire advanced knowledge of the foremost methodologies for the historical-critical analysis of philosophical texts, with reference to the fundamental concepts, forms of argumentation, to particular languages, as well as to the theories and models of interpretation used in the various general and sectoral areas of philosophy. They will acquire the capability of planning an original research project, on an interdisciplinary basis and of making autonomous judgments on themes related to the philosophical debate and, more generally, on issues of the contemporary cultural debate. In order to ensure students a high specialization with respect to the various areas of philosophy, the educational programme enables them to choice, in the field of Principles of Philosophy, among "Theoretical Philosophy"," Philosophy of Language"," Logic and Philosophy of Science", "Moral Philosophy", "Aesthetics", and in the historical- philosophical area, among "History of Philosophy", History of Ancient Philosophy" and History of Medieval Philosophy", so that they can carry out a coherent and harmonious advanced study of philosophical science in relation to their own specific interests. Students wishing to start a career in school teaching may structure their educational programme in a way to acquire the necessary requirements for the teaching job.
Professional opportunities
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National and local public institutions; Genealogical institutions and libraries, research centres, consulting companies for heraldic research; Public administration; Public and private museums; Lobbies; Consulting companies; Research institutions; Public and private institutions in the field of teaching and philosophical research or needing philosophical counselling services; Public and private institutions in the field of teaching and philosophical research and human resources management; Advertising agencies; Associations and companies in the field of technical writing; Producers of goods and services; Public and private publishers; Cinema productions; Public and private radio-television companies; Public and private institutions in the field of training and vocational guidance (Universities, credited training and vocational guidance centres, etc…) Consulting companies.
Final examination features
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It consists of the discussion of an articulated written paper, related to a topic agreed with a professor of the Course. Candidates should demonstrate they are capable of tackling in a specialist and original way the philosophical issues related to the chosen curriculum, coherently with its educational objectives. The final examination is awarded with 24 credits.


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Teachings first year
credits Term Val. Area Scientific sector
13351 - COMPETENCES RELATED TO THE LABOUR MARKET 3.0 1 G F
18531 - SOCIAL AND POLITICAL HISTORY OF ANCIENT GREECE course specifications CUSUMANO (PO) 6.0 1 V B L-ANT/02
18616 - NORMATIVE POLICY ANALYSIS course specifications PALUMBO (PA) 6.0 1 V B SPS/01
19091 - POLITICS AND CONFLICTS (XVII-XX CENTURIES) course specifications DI FIGLIA (PA) 6.0 1 V B M-STO/04
19092 - HISTORY OF DEMOCRATISATION PROCESSES course specifications LUPO (PO) 6.0 1 V B M-STO/04
18117 - HISTORY OF THE POST-COLONIAL WORLD course specifications BARIS (PA) 6.0 2 V B M-STO/04
Optional subjects 9.0 B
Optional subjects II 9.0 B
Free subjects 9.0 D


Teachings second year
credits Term Val. Area Scientific sector
05917 - FINAL EXAMINATION 24.0 1 G E
14184 - INTERNSHIP 3.0 1 G F
18698 - ENGLISH LANGUAGE - LEVEL B2 6.0 1 G F
Optional subjects III 12.0 C
Optional subjects IV 9.0 B
Free subjects II 6.0 D


Elective activities

Optional subjects IV credits Term Val. Area Scientific sector
03213 - PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE course specifications OLIVERI (PA) 9.0 1 V B M-FIL/02
15839 - METAPHYSICS course specifications CICATELLO (PA) 9.0 1 V B M-FIL/01
10941 - CONTEMPORARY AESTHETICS course specifications TEDESCO (PO) 9.0 2 V B M-FIL/04


Optional subjects credits Term Val. Area Scientific sector
16335 - PHILOSOPHIES OF THE CONTEMPORARY AGE course specifications LE MOLI (PA) 9.0 1 V B M-FIL/06
06873 - HISTORY OF ARAB PHILOSOPHY course specifications ROCCARO (PA) 9.0 2 V B M-FIL/08
11786 - ANCIENT PHILOSOPHY course specifications LASPIA (PA) 9.0 2 V B M-FIL/07
15842 - HISTORY AND CRITICISM OF PHILOSOPHICAL THOUGHT course specifications DI LORENZO (PO) 9.0 2 V B M-FIL/06


Optional subjects II credits Term Val. Area Scientific sector
03233 - THEORETICAL PHILOSOPHY course specifications SAMONA' (PO) 9.0 1 V B M-FIL/01
18532 - PHILOSOPHY OF VERBAL PRACTICES course specifications PIAZZA (PO) 9.0 1 V B M-FIL/05
08946 - ETHICS course specifications MANCINI (PO) 9.0 2 V B M-FIL/03
19094 - PHILOSOPHY OF PERSUASIVE LANGUAGES course specifications DI PIAZZA (PA) 9.0 2 V B M-FIL/05


Optional subjects III credits Term Val. Area Scientific sector
19017 - SOCIAL FORMS AND HIERARCHIES OF THE XIII-XVII CENTURIES course specifications MINEO (PA) 6.0 1 V C M-STO/01
19216 - HISTORY OF GENDER RELATIONS (XV-XIX CENTURIES) course specifications FAZIO (PO) 6.0 1 V C M-STO/02
02036 - BYZANTINE CIVILISATION ROGNONI (PA) 6.0 2 V C L-FIL-LET/07
15843 - GENERAL PEDAGOGY (ADVANCED LEVEL) course specifications MALTESE (RU) 6.0 2 V C M-PED/01


Explaination
Term Term/Semester
Val. Valutation: V = mark in 30/30, G = note
(*) Teaching attended in english
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