Fil 221 Theoretical Philosophy I: What is thinking?
Theoretical Philosophy I: What is thinking?
Class hours: 21
Credits (ECTS): 3
LM-OT – Specialization in Philosophy
Course held in Italian
Starting from E. Morin’s challenge to “rethink thinking”, the course aims to resume the question posed with incisiveness in the 20th century by M. Heidegger on “What is called thinking?” in a theandric perspective, with particular attention to the thought of Giuseppe M. Zanghì. The question of thinking will therefore be addressed not only in its original ontological value with the Greeks and in its strategic encounter with biblical-Christian revelation, but also in reference to the apophatic instance that connotes it and the specific meaning it takes on in the development of Christian mysticism.
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