Fil 223 Permanent Seminar on Latin American Philosophical Thought
Permanent Seminar on Latin American Philosophical Thought
Class hours: 21
Credits (ECTS): 3
LM-OT – Specialization in Philosophy
Course held in Italian
Questo seminario sulle radici e gli sviluppi del pensiero filosofico latinoamericano vuole mettere in luce le ricchezze di quelle specifiche forme di pensiero filosofico sviluppatesi nel contesto sociale, culturale e religioso dell’America Latina. In tal modo, il seminario ha come scopo quello di promuovere uno spazio per il dialogo e l’approfondimento di conoscenze di esperienze di ricerca tra Europa e America Latina.
Il seminario di quest’anno verterà sul pensiero di Juan Carlos Scannone, uno dei maggiori esponenti della filosofia latinoamericana. Il titolo del seminario sarà “Dios desde las víctimas”.
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