Fil 113 History of Modern and Contemporary Philosophy
History of Modern and Contemporary Philosophy
Class hours: 42
Credits (ECTS): 6
LM-OT – Specialization in Philsophy
Course held in Italian
The course aims to provide an adequate preparation about the main lines through which modern and contemporary thought has developed, with a specific interest – on the historical-theoretical level – in the genesis of some fundamental conceptual nodes (subjectivity and intersubjectivity; being and relation; recognition; philosophy and theology). The course also offers the opportunity to develop skills of contextualization and analysis of a philosophical text, in order to acquire the ability to study the classics of modern and contemporary tradition.
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