AESTHETICS AND THEORY OF ARTS
Learning outcomes of the course unit
At the end of the course students acquire knowledge about a specific field of philosophy, aesthetics, and basic skills for teaching philosophy and other humanities.
- Knowledge and understanding.
Students will develop knowledge and understanding in the field of aesthetics through the use of different sources (manuals, books and scientific articles, conferences, multimedia materials, etc.) on the basic themes of the discipline as well as advanced research elements in this field.
- Applied knowledge and understanding.
Students will be able to apply the knowledge and comprehension skills useful for an initial preparation to the profession of the teacher of philosophy and other humanities, as well as other profiles attributable to the general field of training, of publishing, of cultural planning, the enhancement of cultural heritage. In particular, appropriate skills will be developed both to design and support arguments and to solve problems in the aesthetic field.
- Autonomy of judgement.
Students will develop data collection and interpretation skills to determine autonomous judgements in the field of aesthetics, including transversal reflections to other disciplines.
- Ability to communicate.
Thanks to the didactic method of the heuristic-socratic lesson, students will be able to communicate information, ideas, problems and solutions to specialists and non-specialists.
- Ability to learn.
Thanks to the in-depth seminars, the students will develop learning skills necessary to complete, with a good degree of autonomy, further studies in aesthetics, but more generally to face the second cycle or continuing training courses.
No prerequisites are required.