HISTORY OF POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY (unit A)
Learning outcomes of the course unit
Knowledge of basic concepts of political philosophy. Readings from some classical texts of political philosophy. Development of the ability to read a philosophical text. Development of argumentative skills.
Course contents summary
Unit A (5 credits): this unit will be dedicated principally to the institutional part of the subject, examining some classics of political thought and some of the fundamental theoretical nodes of the subject.
Unit B (5 credits): The course will examine the relationship between concepts of life, nature and political models.
Bibliographical information will be provided during the course.
The exam will be taken in the form of an interview regarding the texts included in the syllabus.