FIL 105 Introduction to the History of Philosophy
Introduction to the History of Philosophy
Class hours: 15
Credits (ECTS): 0
Course held in Italian
The course aims to offer a first introduction to the study of philosophy and to the history of philosophy, through a path that, starting from the birth of the philosophical question in ancient Greece, crosses the great epochs of thinking through its main authors: the “cosmological” epoch with Plato, Aristotle; the “theological” epoch with Augustine of Hippo; the epoch of the “subject” with Descartes and Hegel. We will thus enter into the period of a “new thought” of the twentieth century in which the proposal of a Trinitarian Ontology by Klaus Hemmerle began (1976).
- Course notes, with reference to some original texts of the authors, from time to time taken into consideration.
- ABBAGNANO N., Storia della Filosofia, UTET, 3 volumi.
- ABBAGNANO N., Dizionario di Filosofia, UTET.
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