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Paradigms of Relationality in the History of Thought

Fil 206 Paradigms of Relationality in the History of Thought

Class hours: 42

Credits (ECTS): 6

LM-OTSpecializations in Philosophy and in Theology

Year: 1st

Terms: 3rd–4th

Course held in Italian

Il corso si articola in due momenti: il primo introduttivo sui modelli di storiografia filosofica e il secondo storico-fondativo di una prospettiva e modello relazionale. Nel primo momento ci si propone di mostrare il nesso filosofia-storia della filosofia e il valore della dimensione storica entro la quale si situa ogni ricerca filosofica. Nel secondo, mettendo in luce i “percorsi del riconoscimento” nella storia del pensiero attraverso tre concetti chiave: uomo, cultura e relazione, si ripercorre, con particolare attenzione, il contributo di Platone, Aristotele, Cartesio, Hegel, Weil, Rawls, Honneth e Nussbaum. Uno speciale approfondimento verrà poi fatto su Weil: riflettendo sui termine Hasard e convenientia (convenance) che giocano un ruolo importante nella metaxologia weiliana, aperta ad una chiara prospettiva ontologica in cui il ritmo trinitario risulta centrale alla comprensione dello stesso universo, “metafora di verità divine”.

Bibliographical references:

  • CODA P., Il Logos e il nulla, Città Nuova, Roma 2003.
  • MARIANELLI M., Ontologia della relazione, Città Nuova, Roma 2008.
  • ID., La metafora ritrovata, Città Nuova, Roma 2004.
  • ID., Note sul rapporto filosofia e storia della filosofia,  in «Sophia», IV (2012/1), pp. 145-152.
  • WEIL S., La Grecia e le intuizioni precristiane, Borla, Roma 2008.
  • MARTINO M., La prospettiva della fraternità nel pensiero di Rawls, in «Nuova Umanità», nº 190-191/2010.
  • MARIANELLI M. – M. MARTINO, Dispense del corso, a.a. 2020-2021.

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