HISTORY OF METAPHYSICS
Learning outcomes of the course unit
1- Knowledge and comprehension skill
Goal of the course: knowledge of the question "intersubjectivity" within the modern and contemporary philosophy.
2- Applied knowledge and comprehension skill
Application of the methodologies and topics of the modern and contemporary philosophy in relationship to the problem of the intersubjectivity.
3-4-5- Autonomy of judgment, communication and apprehension skills
Development of autonomous as well as critical judgment through oral communications.
Course contents summary
Metaphysics of the intersubjectivity
The course analyzes some of most important modern and contemporary theories on intersubjectivity.
Texts of Kant, Fichte, Hegel and Husserl.
Lecture and analysis of texts.
Active interaction between the teacher and the students in form of discussion of individual problems of the course.
Assessment methods and criteria
The final exam consists in an oral discussion that aims especially to verify: 1. the knowledge of the history of metaphysics; 2. the comprehension of philosophical texts; 3. the ability to think in a philosophical way and apply the learned concepts to specific problems; 4. the appropriate use of the philosophical terminology.