STORIA DELLA FILOSOFIA POLITICA

Filosofia STORIA DELLA FILOSOFIA POLITICA

0312500283
DEPARTMENT OF CULTURAL HERITAGE
EQF6
PHILOSOPHY
2021/2022

YEAR OF COURSE 2
YEAR OF DIDACTIC SYSTEM 2016
SPRING SEMESTER
CFUHOURSACTIVITY
630LESSONS
Objectives
General objective
The course aims to provide students with an overall knowledge of the "models" of political philosophy from antiquity to contemporary debates on biopolitics and globalization.
Knowledge and understanding
The student:
- Will know the fundamentals of political philosophy, from reflections on the nature of the polis to biopolitics
- Will know the foundations of the Western historiographical debate on the subject
- Will know the most important models of political philosophy through the integral or anthological reading of his "classics"
- Will know the specific methodologies of the discipline in their intertwining with those of other specialized disciplines (history of doctrines and political institutions, general histories, history of philosophy)

Ability to apply knowledge and understanding
The student will be able to:
- Place the main thinkers in the historical, cultural, institutional and ideological context with which they interact in different ways
- Combine skills from different philosophical, historical and ideological fields for a better understanding of the exam program
- Use the basic elements of the philosophical-political technical vocabulary
- To autonomously elaborate, also through the debate in the classroom, possible solutions to the philosophical-political problems examined from time to time
Autonomy of judgment
The student will be able to:
- Formulate an autonomous judgment on the thinkers and on the themes studied, especially in relation to their respective forms of expression
- Evaluate from an epistemological point of view the degree of applicability of the acquired knowledge and their methodology to the contemporary context
- Discern the forms of otherness between the various models and the plurality of their figures

Communication skills
The student will be able to:
- communicate the knowledge acquired in a specialized and informative form
- read correctly and historically founded the philosophical-political texts that can be defined as "models"
- represent and communicate, by means of texts or virtual tools, the results of own research or elaborations.
Learning ability
The student will be able to:
- Use traditional bibliographic tools and IT resources independently
- Acquire a wealth of knowledge useful for the continuation of studies, the contextualization of the knowledge learned and the degree of proximity and / or exclusion of the various models between them
- Carry out research, understand and interpret texts relating to the subject area in question;
- Continuously update their knowledge, using technical and scientific literature

Prerequisites
NONE
Contents
NATURE AND FORMS OF FREEDOM IN THE THOUGHT OF ISAIAH BERLIN (1909-1997)
Teaching Methods
FONTAL LESSONS SUPPORTED BY INTERACTIVES INSTRUMENT, DISCUSSIONS ABOUT A SPECIFIC THEME AND TENDENTS TO ANALYSE DIFFERENT POINT OF VIEW
Verification of learning
THE EXAM WILL BE ENTRUSTED TO THE ORAL QUESTION WHICH, STARTING FROM THE SUFFICIENCY ASSIGNED TO A SIMPLE MEMORIZATION OF THE CONTENTS, WILL REACH THE HIGHEST EVALUATION IN THE PRESENCE OF THE ABILITY TO EXPOSE THE MULTIPLE RELATIONSHIPS EXISTING BETWEEN THE TOPICS ALONG THE SYNCHRONIC AND DIACHRONIC AXIS
Texts
I. BERLIN, FREEDOM AND ITS BETRAYAL. SIX ENEMIES OF HUMAN LIBERTY, EDITED BY H. HARDY, PRINCETON UNIVERSITY PRESS, 2002

I. BERLIN, TWO CONCEPTS OF LIBERTY, IN ID. FOUR ESSAYS ON LIBERTY, OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS, 1969
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