HISTORY OF MORAL PHILOSOPHY
Learning outcomes of the course unit
A good knowledge of the main issues related to the history of moral philosophy.
Course contents summary
Freedom of thought and religious tolerance in the context of Protestant thought.
(Freedom of thinking and religious tolerance in the protestant thought).
The question of tolerance, the authors already proposed in late - medieval and Humanism, grows and assumes a particular color in Protestant circles. We will see the lines of development in significant thinkers, including, in particular, in Sebastiano Castellion and in his De haereticis.
The program will be carried out in two modules, worth 5 credits each, for my bachelor's degree, while for the degree will be taken special lessons to reach 5 credits.
(the matter of tolerance, Already Showed in low-medieval and humanistic authors grows and takes a Particular shade in protestant context. We will see its lines of growth in important philosophers, like, in Particular, in Sebastiano Castellion and in His De Haeresibus)r />
E. McGrath, The thought of the Reformation, Claudiana, Torino 2000 ff.
S. Castellion, The persecution of heretics, La Rosa, Torino 1997;
M. L. LANZILLO (ed.), The question of tolerance. The authors, debates, declarations, Clueb, Bologna 2002 (up to 700 inclusive), or M. SINA (ed.), Religious tolerance, Vita e Pensiero, Milano 1991 et seq., Or: C. GALLICET CALVETTI, The Testament doctrine of Sebastian Castellion and rationalistic evolution of his thought, Vita e Pensiero, Milano 2005.
Lessons, discussions, written and oral
Assessment methods and criteria
Written essays personal; oral verification of the levels of learning achieved.