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PHILOSOPHICAL ANTHROPOLOGY mutuato
ANTROPOLOGIA FILOSOFICA

Universal concept of human being
L’idea universale di uomo

A.Y. Credits
2020/2021 6
Lecturer Email Office hours for students
Roberto Bordoli e-mail for appointment

Assigned to the Degree Course

Humanities, Cultural Heritage Studies and Philosophy (L-10)
Curriculum: BENI CULTURALI STORICO-ARTISTICI
Date Time Classroom / Location
Date Time Classroom / Location

Learning Objectives

The candidate will acquire elements of basic anthropological philosophy, especially those useful for the teaching profession. Knowledge and competencies of anthropological nature help students operate recognizing their own history and identity, avoiding rigid associations with specific cultural belongings or labelling, on the basis of DM del 10.8.2017 n. 616 and attachments A and B.

General objectives are:

Introduction to reading, summarizing, paraphrasing, critical historical commentary and interpretation of some passages of philosophical works.


Acquisition and use of the proper terminology and correct arguing forms.

Inquiry on sources and audience reception.


An introduction to anthropology as a philosophical issue.

Analysis of synchronic and diachronic outlines of modern times.

Consciousness of the historical origin of moral and political issues both of societies and individuals.

And especially:

The ideas of culture, ethnicities, genders and generations.

Origins of the anthropological concepts of culture and history.

Cultures in action and practice.

Culture dynamism and creativity.

Differentiation and stratification in culture. Politics, art, religion, science.

Unity and variety in the human species. The ideas of citizen, man, and person.

Ontogeny and phylogeny.

Languages and cultures.

Cultural areas and globalisations, verbal and written communication.

Differences, inequalities and hierarchies.

Feminine and masculine, generations, classes, states, castes.

Sex, gender, family and social relations.

Cultural aspects of racism, migrations, integration and social cohesion.

Ethnocentrism and cultural relativism.

Religions and politics.

Political use of ethnicities and religions.

Migrations and globalitations in history.

Program

The lectures deal with the genesis of the human being as member of the spiritual and cultural collectivity. This also relates to the idea of free subject (person) applied to all human beings, as distinctive of modern societies in answering the challenging processes of globalization.

First part: oriental man

Second part: greek man

Third part: roman man

Fourth part: modern man

Bridging Courses

Prerequisited are not required.

Learning Achievements (Dublin Descriptors)

Knowledge and understanding. The student will be able to understand and explain the philosophical texts examined, to master the philosophical terminology, and to discuss critically the topics which have been dealt in the course.

Applying knowledge and understanding. The student possesses competences for elaborating on arguments and for problems-solving in the field of study, acquiring also comparative skills.

Making judgments. The student will demonstrate independent judgment in the evaluation of the philosophical ideas and ability to rework personal knowledge.

Communication skills. The student will be able to communicate adequately informations, ideas, problems and solutions to specialists and non specialists.


Learning skills. The student will be able to acquire new knowledge and skills, in order to access to additional training levels.

Teaching Material

The teaching material prepared by the lecturer in addition to recommended textbooks (such as for instance slides, lecture notes, exercises, bibliography) and communications from the lecturer specific to the course can be found inside the Moodle platform › blended.uniurb.it

Supporting Activities

No.


Didactics, Attendance, Course Books and Assessment

Didactics

Lectures.

Attendance

The course requires a regular attendance. Alternatively, please make use of the information for not attending students

Course books

Bibliographical references:

1.

1.1 G.W.F. Hegel, Lezioni sulla filosofia della storia, Laterza.

2.

2.1 J. Hyppolite, Introduzione alla filosofia della storia di Hegel, ETS.

2.2 E.W. Said, Orientalismo: l’immagine europea dell’Oriente, Feltrinelli.

Assessment

The learning objectives are verified through a written test made up of 14 questions, with 4 answers each.

No points will be given for each wrong or omitted answer, 1 point will be given for each correct answer.

The final score, out of thirty, is expressed using the following table:

8=18

9=21

10=24

11=26

12=28

13=30

14=30L

Pass corresponds to 8 correct answers.

Duration of the test is 15 minutes.

On moodle, you can find summaries of the course in eight modules with bibliographic references.

Additional Information for Non-Attending Students

Didactics

See below: Course books.

Attendance

Not required.

Course books

Bibliographical references

1.

1.1 G.W.F. Hegel, Lezioni sulla filosofia della storia, Laterza.

2.

2.1 J. Hyppolite, Introduzione alla filosofia della storia di Hegel, ETS.

2.2 E.W. Said, Orientalismo: l’immagine europea dell’Oriente, Feltrinelli.

Assessment

The learning objectives are verified through a written test made up of 14 questions, with 4 answers each.

No points will be given for each wrong or omitted answer, 1 point will be given for each correct answer.

The final score, out of thirty, is expressed using the following table:

8=18

9=21

10=24

11=26

12=28

13=30

14=30L

Pass corresponds to 8 correct answers.

Duration of the test is 15 minutes.

On moodle, you can find summaries of the course in eight modules with bibliographic references.

Notes

No.

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