HISTORY OF MEDIEVAL PHILOSOPHY B

Filosofia HISTORY OF MEDIEVAL PHILOSOPHY B

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DEPARTMENT OF CULTURAL HERITAGE
EQF6
PHILOSOPHY
2022/2023

YEAR OF DIDACTIC SYSTEM 2016
AUTUMN SEMESTER
CFUHOURSACTIVITY
630LESSONS
ExamDate
APPELLO FEBBRAIO08/02/2023 - 09:00
APPELLO FEBBRAIO08/02/2023 - 09:00
APPELLO MAGGIO23/05/2023 - 09:00
APPELLO GIUGNO13/06/2023 - 09:00
APPELLO LUGLIO26/07/2023 - 09:00
APPELLO SETTEMBRE12/09/2023 - 09:00
APPELLO DICEMBRE19/12/2023 - 09:00
Objectives
OVERALL OBJECTIVE

THE COURSE HAS THE OVERALL OBJECTIVE TO PROVIDE THE STUDENTS WITH SPECIFIC AND FOCUSED KNOWLEDGES ABOUT THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE WESTERN PHILOSOPHICAL THOUGHT BETWEEN V AND XIV CENTURY.

KNOWLEDGE AND UNDERSTANDING

THE STUDENT WILL:
- KNOW SOME SPECIFIC AND PECULIAR ELEMENTS OF THE WESTERN PHILOSOPHICAL THOUGHT BETWEEN V AND XV CENTURY, WITH PECULIAR FOCUS ON THE MAIN AUTHORS OF THE TIME
- KNOW SOME SPECIFIC AND PECULIAR ELEMENTS OF THE WESTERN HISTORIOGRAPHICAL DEBATE ABOUT THIS SPECULATIVE PERIOD
- KNOW THE ‘CLASSIC’ PHILOSOPHICAL WORKS OF THIS TIME, THROUGH FULL OR ANTHOLOGICAL READING
- KNOW THE MATTER’S SPECIFIC METHODOLOGIES IN THEIR LINKS WITH THE ONES OF PALEOGRAPHY, PHILOLOGY, MEDIEVAL HISTORY, HISTORY OF CHRISTENDOM ETC.

ABILITY TO APPLY KNOWLEDGE AND UNDERSTANDING

THE STUDENT WILL:
- SITUATE THE MAIN AUTHORS OF MIDDLE AGES PHILOSOPHY IN THEIR PECULIAR HISTORICAL, RELIGIOUS AND CULTURAL CONTEXT
- LINK THE COMPETENCIES OF PHILOSOPHICAL, HISTORICAL AND THEOLOGICAL FIELDS FOR A BETTER COMPREHENSION OF THE COURSE’S THEMES
- USE THE BASIC ELEMENTS OF THE LATIN PHILOSOPHICAL VOCABULARY OF THE TIME
- INDEPENDENTLY DEVELOP, THANKS TO THE DEBATE WITH TEACHER AND OTHER STUDENTS, THE POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS TO THE ISSUES OF THE COURSE

AUTONOMY OF JUDGMENT

THE STUDENT WILL:
- IDENTIFY PRIORITIES AND RELEVANT ISSUES WITHIN GENERAL THEMES
- EXPRESS AUTONOMOUS JUDGMENTS ON AUTHORS AND THEMES STUDIED, EVEN ON SPECIFIC MATTERS
- MAKE AN EPISTEMOLOGICAL EVALUATION ABOUT THE POSSIBLE USE OF THE ACQUIRED KNOWLEDGES AND OF THEIR METHODOLOGIES IN THE CONTEMPORARY CONTEST
- OBSERVE THE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN THE THOUGHT OF THE MIDDLE AGES AND THE ONES OF THE PREVIOUS AND FURTHER AGES

COMMUNICATION SKILLS

THE STUDENT WILL:
- COMMUNICATE THE ACQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, BOTH IN SPECIALIZED AND DIDACTIC FORM, ALSO WITH THE HELP OF INFORMATICS EQUIPMENT
- READ THE MIDDLE-AGES LATIN PHILOSOPHICAL TEXTS IN A CORRECT AND HISTORICALLY APPROPRIATE MANNER
- SHOW AND EXPLAIN, THROUGH WRITTEN TEXTS OR COMPUTER MATERIALS, THE RESULTS OF ITS OWN RESEARCHES AND EVALUATIONS
- BE SKILLED IN TEAM WORKS
LEARNING ABILITIES

THE STUDENT WILL:
- AUTONOMOUSLY USE THE TRADITIONAL BIBLIOGRAPHIC RESOURCES AND THE NEW ONLINE DATABASES
- ACQUIRE KNOWLEDGES USEFUL TO CONTINUE THE STUDIES AND TO CONTEXTUALIZE LEARNING CONTENTS OF THE OTHER CHRONOLOGICAL PHASES OF PHILOSOPHY’S HISTORY
- CONDUCT RESEARCH ACTIVITY, UNDERSTAND AND EXPLAIN WRITTEN TEXTS OF THE MIDDLE AGES
- CONTINUOUSLY UPDATE HIS KNOWLEDGES, USING THE SPECIFIC SCIENTIFIC LITERATURE
Prerequisites
NO REQUIREMENT TO ATTEND THE COURSE.
Contents
JOHN SCOTTUS ERIUGENA: A MONOGRAPHY.

THE COURSE WILL TEACH THE BASIS OF THE THOUGHT OF JOHN SCOTTUS ERIUGENA (810-877 CA.), THE MOST SIGNIFICANT THINKER OF THE CAROLINGIAN WORLD AND OF THE EARLY MIDDLE AGES. IN PARTICULAR, CRUCIAL PASSAGES OF HIS MOST IMPORTANT WORKS, 'PERIPHYSEON' AND 'DE PRAEDESTINATIONE', WILL BE STUDIED.
Teaching Methods
THE COURSE CONSIDERS LECTURES WITH THE TEACHER, WHO WILL ALSO PROVIDE PHOTOCOPIES CONTAINING PHILOSOPHICAL TEXTS OF JOHN SCOTTUS ERIUGENA.
Verification of learning
THE ORAL EXAM WILL VERIFY THE COMPETENCIES OF THE STUDENTS AND THEIR CAPABILITY TO USE THE SPECIFIC KNOWLEDGES ON MEDIEVAL PHILOSOPHY. DURING THE EXAM THE TEACHER WILL EVALUATE THE ABILITY TO CLEARLY EXPOSE THE ACQUAINTED METHODOLOGICAL AND PHILOSOPHICAL KNOWLEDGES.
Texts
PHOTOCOPIES OF ERIUGENA'S TEXTS.

FURTHER READINGS:
G. D'ONOFRIO, GIOVANNI SCOTO ERIUGENA, IN STORIA DELLA TEOLOGIA NEL MEDIOEVO, DIR. DI G. D'ONOFRIO, 3 VOLL., CASALE MONFERRATO 1996, I, I PRINCIPI, PP. 243-303.

D. CARABINE, JOHN SCOTTUS ERIUGENA,
NEW YORK - OXFORD 2000.
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