HISTORY OF POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY
Learning outcomes of the course unit
In-depth study of the knowledge relative to the history of political philosophy. The capacity to draft a written work in argumentative form on the course themes.
Knowledge of the fundamental concepts and the principal writers in the history of political philosophy.
Course contents summary
Powers and Institutions. The course will deal with the anlysis of the relation between human powers and institutions within contemporary social ontology (Searle)
John Searle, Making the Social World, Oxford, 2010
Assessment methods and criteria
The examination will consist of a brief written work on course subjects, as arranged with the professor.