AESTHETICS B

Filosofia AESTHETICS B

0312500022
DEPARTMENT OF CULTURAL HERITAGE
EQF6
PHILOSOPHY
2021/2022

YEAR OF DIDACTIC SYSTEM 2016
SPRING SEMESTER
CFUHOURSACTIVITY
630LESSONS
Objectives
General learning outcomes:
The course aims to provide the terms of the contemporary debate within aesthetics and the intertwining of this with other disciplines. Particular attention is given to the analysis of the contemporary form of the aisthesis, that is, to the affirmation and action of this as a technicalized aesthetic

Knowledge and understanding:
Appropriate critical tools to understand the theoretical debate within the discipline. Th student will know how to grasp and appropriately evaluate the role played by new technologies in the redefinition of essential issues for the discipline

Applying knowledge and understanding:
Ability to apply the knowledge acquired in innovative research in order to enhance knowledge and make students sophisticated professionals with multiple skills

Making judgments:
The student will develop conceptual tools and critical skills useful for independently evaluating, analyzing and interpreting the sources and methodological issues specific to this as well as to other aesthetic and philosophical disciplines.

Communication skills:
The student will be able to communicate his knowledge and his conceptual processing skills at different levels (both to an audience of experts and to one of non-specialists), expressing them with specific language properties and lexical skills, and using the most common register. suitable for each circumstance.

Learning skills:
The student will be able to understand and interpret complex texts and use bibliographic tools, both traditional and IT, to identify and select the scientific literature useful for increasing their knowledge.
Prerequisites
THE CORSE ASSUMES AN ADEQUATE COMPREHENSION OF THE BASIC PHILOSOPHICAL LEXICON.
Contents
THE OBLIGATION TO SAY
STARTING FROM PAUL CELAN'S POETRY, THE COURSE AIMS TO SHOW HOW THE POETIC WORD STUBBORNLY SAYS WHERE VIOLENCE AND HORROR WOULD INDUCE HER TO SILENCE AND SAYS BY MAKING HERSELF SCREAM AND STUTTER, SHATTERING AND GIVING UP ANY ENCHANTMENT. THE BACKGROUND TO THIS ISSUE IS THE PROFOUND CHANGE THAT AFFECTS THE IDEA OF BEAUTY: FROM AN AESTHETIC CATEGORY TO A POLITICAL CATEGORY. IT WILL, IN FACT, BE IN THE NAME OF A BEAUTY UNDERSTOOD AS HARMONY, SYMMETRY, PERFECTION THAT WILL BE CONDEMNED ALL FORMS OF DIVERSITY AND LEGITIMIZED THE USE OF VIOLENCE TO HEAL ITS ANOMALY.

THE COURSE ACTIVITIES WILL BE INTEGRATED BY SPECIFIC PROJECTS TO BE HELD AT THE LABORATORY OF PHILOSOPHY AND IMAGE LANGUAGE.
(WWW.UNISA.IT/DIPARTIMENTI/DISPAC/STRUTTURE/LABORATORI/LABFILOSOFIA/INDEX).

DURING THE COURSE THERE WILL BE MOMENTS OF IN-DEPTH STUDY ON THE SUBJECTS BROUGHT UP BY DR. DANIELA LIGUORI AND SARA MATETICH

Teaching Methods
ANALYSIS AND DISCUSSION OF TEXTS. IN-DEPTH SEMINARS ON ISSUES RELATED TO THE TOPICS ADDRESSED.
Verification of learning
THE EXAM CONSISTS OF AN ORAL EXAM AIMING TO ASSESS THE STUDENT’S CAPACITY AND SUITABILITY TO DEPLOY THEIR SPECIFIC KNOWLEDGE OF THE SUBJECT IN THE FIELD OF THE PHILOSOPHY OF ARTS. IN COURSE OF THE TEST THE STUDENT’S ABILITY TO COMMUNICATE CLEARLY AND UNAMBIGUOUSLY THEIR ACQUIRED METHODOLOGICAL AND INFORMATIONAL KNOWLEDGE WILL BE EVALUATED.
Texts
•P. Celan, La verità della poesia, a cura di G. Bevilacqua, Einaudi, Torino 1993
•P. Celan, Microliti, a cura di D. Borso, ZANDONAI, Rovereto 2010
•F. Spotts, Hitler e il potere dell’estetica, trad. it. E. Borgese, Johan & Levi, Milano 2012

Una scelta delle poesie di Celan sarà indicata durante il corso

A CHOICE OF CELAN'S POEMS WILL BE INDICATED DURING THE COURSE

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