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Approaches to Philosophical Anthropology in Dialogue – II

Fil 216 Approaches to Philosophical Anthropology in Dialogue – Part II

Class hours: 21

Credits (ECTS): 3

LM-OTSpecialization in Philosophy

Year: 2nd

Term: 1st

LM-CU Specialization in Pedagogy of Communion for a Culture of Peace

LM-CU Specialization in Communication Processes and Intercultural and Interreligious Mediation

Course held in Italian

The course aims to study the anthropological theme by examining the topics of affection/feelings and love. Two twentieth-century thinkers will be examined – Max Scheler and Dietrich von Hildebrand – developing their approach to reevaluating the affective sphere, with a specific reinterpretation of the human being through the category of love. In this regard, we will see the difference between Scheler’s attempt to redefine the human being as ens amans and the Hildebrandian attempt to develop a real phenomenology of love in close contact with ethics.

Bibliographical references:

  • SCHELER M., Essenza e forme della simpatia, a cura di L. Boella, Franco Angeli, 2016.
  • SCHELER M., Ordo amoris, traduzioni, note e apparati critici di L. Iannascoli, Aracne 2009.
  • IANNASCOLI L., Scheler e Agostino, Etica e filosofia della persona 7, Franco Angeli, 2012.
  • HILDEBRAND D. von, Essenza dell’amore, a cura di P. Premoli de Marchi, Bompiani, 2003.
  • GAUDIANO V., La filosofia dell’amore in Dietrich von Hildebrand, Inschibboleth 2020.

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