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Unit PHILOSOPHY OF RELIGION AND ONTOLOGY

Course
Philosophy and ethic of relationships
Study-unit Code
A000421
Curriculum
World religions and philosophy
Teacher
Marco Moschini
Teachers
  • Marco Moschini - Didattica Ufficiale
Hours
  • 54 ore - Didattica Ufficiale - Marco Moschini
CFU
9
Course Regulation
Coorte 2018
Offered
2019/20
Learning activities
Caratterizzante
Area
Istituzioni di filosofia
Sector
M-FIL/01
Type of study-unit
Opzionale (Optional)
Type of learning activities
Attività formativa monodisciplinare
Language of instruction
English
Contents
Introduction to the philosophy of religion and its theoretical problems
Reference texts
Georg W. : Hegel, Prefazione alla filosofia della religione di Hinrichs, Orthotes, Napoli 2014

Karl Jasper, La fede filosofica a confronto con la rivelazione cristiana, Orthotes, Napoli, 2014

Optional book

Andrea Aguti, Introduzione alla filosofia della religione, La scuola, Brescia, 2016
Educational objectives
It is intended to lead the students to a reflection on the theme of the sacred through a classical texts of the philosophy of religion such as K. Jaspers. In this way, we trace the most relevant content of the reflection on religion in the secularized era of the human history but which does not elude the religious and faith questions.
Prerequisites
It is necessary for students to have a solid basis for philosophical and theoretical development of the theoretical thought, sufficiently acquired in the three-year degree in philosophy or human sciences.
Teaching methods
classroom-taught lessons and seminar activities
Other information
Necessary possession of the program texts
Learning verification modality
Through reports during the seminars and with final oral exam
Extended program
After a brief introduction to the main problems of the philosophy of religion, the theme of the philosophy and the sacred relationship, begins with the reflection of Karl Jaspers, tracing a theoretical turning point of issue in contemporary thought.
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