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Course ID: WH-FP-I-1-Etyka-C
Erasmus code / ISCED: (unknown) / (unknown)
Course title: Ethics
Name in Polish: Etyka
Organizational unit: Faculty of Humanities
Course groups:
ECTS credit allocation (and other scores): 1.00 Basic information on ECTS credits allocation principles:
  • the annual hourly workload of the student’s work required to achieve the expected learning outcomes for a given stage is 1500-1800h, corresponding to 60 ECTS;
  • the student’s weekly hourly workload is 45 h;
  • 1 ECTS point corresponds to 25-30 hours of student work needed to achieve the assumed learning outcomes;
  • weekly student workload necessary to achieve the assumed learning outcomes allows to obtain 1.5 ECTS;
  • work required to pass the course, which has been assigned 3 ECTS, constitutes 10% of the semester student load.
Language: (unknown)
Subject level:

elementary

Learning outcome code/codes:

FP1_W11

FP1_U01

FP1_K03


Preliminary Requirements:

None

Short description:

The theme of the classes includes a brief historical feature of ethics (ethics in the perspective of philosophy history), a brief overview of the ethical ideals of different religions, selected ethical issues inspired by philosophy and religion, selected themes of the Bible, mythology and literature – ethically.

Full description:

The topics of the course include a brief historical outline of ethics (ethics in the perspective of the history of philosophy), a brief review of ethical ideals of various religions, selected ethical issues inspired by philosophy, selected motifs of the Bible, mythology and literature - in terms of ethics.

Specific issues:

And Ethics, historical outline:

Greek ethical ideals (Homer, Hesiod, Aeschylus, Sophocles) - the ideal of kalokagathia.

The ethics of Socrates and the ethics of Greek sophists. Sokratejska care for the soul.

Plato - Plato's ethical ideals (doctrine of non-harm, ideal of being like God, ideal of "platonic" love). Plato's path to happiness.

Aristotle, the ideal of a "noble egoist." Aristotle's theory of happiness.

Hedonism - Epicurus: care for the soul according to Epicurus. Epicurean path of happiness.

Cynicism - cynic liberation message.

Stoicism - stoic theory of virtue and law.

St. Augustine - god's and

Thomas Aquinas and natural law.

Utilitarianism - Jeremy Bentham and John Stuart Mill.

Kant's ethics - Kant's categorical imperative.

Contemporary ethics - naturalism, anti-naturalism, emotiveism, situational ethics. Ethical aspects of man's attitude towards animals and nature.

Ethics inspired by religion

Ethics of Buddhism.

Ethics of Islam.

Ethics of Judaism.

Christian ethics (ancient Christianity, Protestant denominations, Orthodoxy, Catholicism).

Selected ethical issues inspired by philosophy

The issue of sources of moral awareness: moral awareness based on natural law (ethics referring to natural law) and consciousness based on absolute values ​​(ethics referring to supernatural values).

Will and freedom in an ethical sense: sense of freedom, freedom and necessity (Kant, Jaspers, Nietzsche).

The problem of virtues: Socrates, Plato, Aristotle, stoics - theory of virtues; Scheler - rehabilitation of virtue; Nietzsche - the will of power, the virtue endowing; Scheler - heart order.

Justice as an ethical and legal matter - Rawls' moral philosophy.

"Interpersonal" as an ethical category - "philosophy of interpersonal meeting" by Buber and Levinas.

Selected threads and motifs from the Bible, mythology and literature in the ethical aspect:

Myths about the creation of the world and man (history of "original sin"), in the ethical aspect (Theogonia and Works and days of Hesiod, the Orphic myth about Zagreus and Titans, "Genesis", "Timaius" of Plato); "sacrifice of Abraham" ("Book Genus ")," the sacrifice of Agamemnon (from the tragedy of Euripides "Iphigenia in Aulid"); "the sacrifice of Cain and Abel", "Job" "Sermon on the Mount", "hymn about love" of St. Paul; motif of Prometheus (from the tragedy of Aeschylus " Prometheus in chains ").

History of Medea (from the tragedy of Euripides 'Medea'); pears Augustine (from "Confessions" of St. Augustine) - the motive of conscious evil.

"The Great Inquisitor" (Dostoevsky) and Christ.

Bibliography:

S. Andersen, Wprowadzenie do etyki, Warszawa 2003.

J. Baggini, P. S. Fost, Przybornik etyka. Kompendium metod i pojęć etycznych. Warszawa 2007.

A. MacIntyre, Krótka historia etyki, Filozofia moraln ści od czasów Homera do XX w., PWN Warszawa 2000.

A. Anzerbacher, Wprowadzenie do filozofii, Kraków 1991.

A. Linzey, Teologia zwierząt, Kraków 2010.

R. H. Popkin, A. Stroll, Filozofia, Poznań1994.

R. Spaermann, Podstawowe pojęcia moralne, Lublin 2000.

T. Styczeń, ABC etyki, Lublin 2001.

W.Tatarkiewicz, Historia filozofii,

K. Wojtyła, Elementarz etyczny, Lublin 1982.

K. WOjtyLa, Miłość i odpowiedzialność, Lublin 1982.

P. Vardy, P. Grosch, Etyka, Poznań 1995.

Literatura dodatkowa (wybór):

Arystoteles, Etyka Nikomachejska, Warszawa 1982.

Platon, Gorgiasz, Uczta, Timajos, Warszawa 1958.

T. Gadacz, U umiejętności życia, Kraków 2002.

T. Gadacz, U ulotności życia, Kraków 2008.

Augustyn, Dialogi (O szczęściu), Kraków 1999.

Seneka, Dialogi, Warszawa 1965.

Kant, Uzasadnienie metafizyki moralności, Warszawa 1971.

S. Kierkegaard, Bojażń i drżenie, Warszawa 1995.

L. Boros, Istnienie wyzwolone. Misterium mortis, Warszawa 1985.

H.Buczyńska-Garewicz, Milczenie i mowa filozofii, Warszawa 2003.

R. Fromm, O sztuce miłości, Poznań 2007.

A. Krokiewicz, Moralność Homera i etyka Hezjoda, Warszawa 2000.

Plutarch, Moralia, Wrocław 1954.

Plutarch, Moralia, Warszawa 1977.

R. Safranski, Zło. Dramat wolności, Warszawa 1999.

W. Tatarkiewicz, O szczęściu, Warszawa 1990.

K. Pawłowski, Medytacje platońskie, Warszawa 2015.

K. Pawłowski, Lathe biosas. Filozoficzne posłannictwo Epikura z Samos, Lublin 2010.

Efekty kształcenia i opis ECTS:

The student knows the philosophical (anthropological and metaphysical) foundations of ethics. Knows the most important philosophical ethical trends. Can capture ethical issues in literature. Is able to consider various life problems in a moral context. Is able to recognize situations that seem to be unrelated to ethics. He notices the ethical conditions of various interpersonal situations. Is aware of its autonomy and moral responsibility. He also understands the need to constantly shape his moral consciousness in order to achieve moral maturity (based on internal moral awareness, and not only on external bans and orders). He is also aware of the ethical aspects of his various social relationships. He also understands the ethical aspects of positive law.

Assessment methods and assessment criteria:

Classes end with a grade based on the student's overall activity and commitment throughout the semester.

There is no separate exam after the end of the class. Students gain grades during classes throughout the whole semester. The final grade is influenced by: attendance, active participation in classes, preparation for classes in the form of read reading, possible preparation of presentations on a given topic. For the lowest (sufficient) grade, presence and active attention in class are sufficient. You need to be active and committed to higher grades. The highest grade is required to include agreed readings. Detailed notes on the credits will be given in class.

ECTS points:

30 hours - participation in classes - 1 point

30 hours - preparation for classes (reading texts) - 1 point

Practical placement: (in Polish)

brak

Classes in period "Summer semester 2019/20" (past)

Time span: 2020-02-01 - 2020-09-20
Choosen plan division:


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Type of class:
Classes, 30 hours more information
Coordinators: Kazimierz Pawłowski, Joanna Zajkowska
Group instructors: Kazimierz Pawłowski
Students list: (inaccessible to you)
Examination: Course - graded credit
Classes - graded credit
(in Polish) E-Learning:

(in Polish) E-Learning (pełny kurs) z podziałem na grupy

Type of subject:

obligatory

(in Polish) Grupa przedmiotów ogólnouczenianych:

(in Polish) nie dotyczy

Short description:

The theme of the classes includes a brief historical feature of ethics (ethics in the perspective of philosophy history), a brief overview of the ethical ideals of different religions, selected ethical issues inspired by philosophy and religion, selected themes of the Bible, mythology and literature – ethically.

Full description:

The theme of the classes includes a brief historical feature of ethics (ethics in the perspective of philosophy history), a brief overview of the ethical ideals of different religions, selected ethical issues inspired by philosophy and religion, selected themes of the Bible, mythology and literature – ethically.

Specific issues:

And ethics, historical figure:

Greek ethical ideals (Homer, Heziod, Ajschylos, Sophocles) – the ideal of “kalos kai agathos”.

The ethics of Socrates and the ethics of Greek sofalist. Socratic care for the soul.

Plato – the ethical ideals of Plato (doctrine of non-harm, ideal of likeness to God, ideal of "platonic love"). Platona's path to happiness.

Aristotle, the ideal of a "noble selfishman". Aristotle theory of happiness.

Hedonism – Epikur: care for the soul according to Epikur. T

Cynicism – the Cynic message of liberation.

Stoicism – stoic theory of virtue and law.

Saint. Augustine – the State of God and

Thomas of Aquinas and natural law.

Utilitarianism – Jeremy Bentham i John Stuart Mill.

Ethics of Kant – categorical emperor of Kant.

Contemporary ethics – naturalism, antinaturalism, emotivism, situational ethics. Ethical aspects of human attitude towards animals and nature.

Religious-inspired ethics

The ethics of Buddhism.

Ethics of Islam.

The ethics of Judaism.

Christian ethics (ancient Christianity, Protestant confessions, Orthodoxy, Catholicism).

Selected kwestie ethical inspired by philosophy

The issue of sources of moral awareness: moral awareness based on natural law (ethics referring to natural law) and awareness based on absolute values (ethics referring to supernatural values).

Will and freedom in an ethical sense: the meaning of freedom, freedom and necessity (Kant, Jaspers, Nietzsche).

Problem of virtues: Socrates, Plato, Aristotle, stoic – theory of virtues; Scheler – rehabilitation of virtue; Nietzsche – the will of power, the virtue of the dream; Scheler – order of the heart.

Justice as an ethical and legal issue – Rawls' moral philosophy.

"Human" as an ethical category – the "philosophy of interhuman encounter" by Buber and Levinas.

Selected themes and themes from the Bible, mythology and literature, in an ethical aspect:

Myths about the creation of the world and man (the history of "original sin"), in an ethical aspect (Theogonia and Works and days of Heziod, orphinthian myth of Zagreus and Tystates, Bookof Genesis, Timajos Plato).

Selected biblical motifs ("sacrifice of Kain a belha", "Job", "sacrifice of Abraham", "Kazawa on the Mountain", "hymn about love" of St. paul) in an ethical aspect.

The story of Medea (from the Euripides tragedy "Medea"); “St. John's pears of Augustine” (from the "Confessions" of St. Augustine) – the motive of conscious evil.

"The Great Inquisitor" (from Dostoyevsky) and Christ.

Bibliography:

S. Andersen, Wprowadzenie do etyki, Warszawa 2003.

J. Baggini, P. S. Fost, Przybornik etyka. Kompendium metod i pojęć etycznych. Warszawa 2007.

A. MacIntyre, Krótka historia etyki, Filozofia moraln ści od czasów Homera do XX w., PWN Warszawa 2000.

A. Anzerbacher, Wprowadzenie do filozofii, Kraków 1991.

A. Linzey, Teologia zwierząt, Kraków 2010.

R. H. Popkin, A. Stroll, Filozofia, Poznań1994.

R. Spaermann, Podstawowe pojęcia moralne, Lublin 2000.

T. Styczeń, ABC etyki, Lublin 2001.

W.Tatarkiewicz, Historia filozofii,

K. Wojtyła, Elementarz etyczny, Lublin 1982.

K. WOjtyLa, Miłość i odpowiedzialność, Lublin 1982.

P. Vardy, P. Grosch, Etyka, Poznań 1995.

Literatura dodatkowa (wybór):

Arystoteles, Etyka Nikomachejska, Warszawa 1982.

Platon, Gorgiasz, Uczta, Timajos, Warszawa 1958.

T. Gadacz, U umiejętności życia, Kraków 2002.

T. Gadacz, U ulotności życia, Kraków 2008.

Augustyn, Dialogi (O szczęściu), Kraków 1999.

Seneka, Dialogi, Warszawa 1965.

Kant, Uzasadnienie metafizyki moralności, Warszawa 1971.

S. Kierkegaard, Bojażń i drżenie, Warszawa 1995.

L. Boros, Istnienie wyzwolone. Misterium mortis, Warszawa 1985.

H.Buczyńska-Garewicz, Milczenie i mowa filozofii, Warszawa 2003.

R. Fromm, O sztuce miłości, Poznań 2007.

A. Krokiewicz, Moralność Homera i etyka Hezjoda, Warszawa 2000.

Plutarch, Moralia, Wrocław 1954.

Plutarch, Moralia, Warszawa 1977.

R. Safranski, Zło. Dramat wolności, Warszawa 1999.

W. Tatarkiewicz, O szczęściu, Warszawa 1990.

K. Pawłowski, Medytacje platońskie, Warszawa 2015.

K. Pawłowski, Lathe biosas. Filozoficzne posłannictwo Epikura z Samos, Lublin 2010.

Wymagania wstępne: (in Polish)

brak

Classes in period "Summer semester 2020/21" (past)

Time span: 2021-02-01 - 2021-06-30
Choosen plan division:


magnify
see course schedule
Type of class:
Classes, 30 hours more information
Coordinators: Kazimierz Pawłowski, Joanna Zajkowska
Group instructors: Kazimierz Pawłowski
Course homepage: https://teams.microsoft.com/l/team/19%3afaa6bacbc4ad4409be3b0d68a366b984%40thread.tacv2/conversations?groupId=1196814a-0e9f-4eff-ad64-103cb49a528d&tenantId=12578430-c51b-4816-8163-c7281035b9b3
Students list: (inaccessible to you)
Examination: Course - graded credit
Classes - graded credit
(in Polish) E-Learning:

(in Polish) E-Learning (pełny kurs) z podziałem na grupy

Type of subject:

obligatory

(in Polish) Grupa przedmiotów ogólnouczenianych:

(in Polish) nie dotyczy

Short description:

The theme of the classes includes a brief historical feature of ethics (ethics in the perspective of philosophy history), a brief overview of the ethical ideals of different religions, selected ethical issues inspired by philosophy and religion, selected themes of the Bible, mythology and literature – ethically.

Full description:

The theme of the classes includes a brief historical feature of ethics (ethics in the perspective of philosophy history), a brief overview of the ethical ideals of different religions, selected ethical issues inspired by philosophy and religion, selected themes of the Bible, mythology and literature – ethically.

Specific issues:

And ethics, historical figure:

Greek ethical ideals (Homer, Heziod, Ajschylos, Sophocles) – the ideal of “kalos kai agathos”.

The ethics of Socrates and the ethics of Greek sofalist. Socratic care for the soul.

Plato – the ethical ideals of Plato (doctrine of non-harm, ideal of likeness to God, ideal of "platonic love"). Platona's path to happiness.

Aristotle, the ideal of a "noble selfishman". Aristotle theory of happiness.

Hedonism – Epikur: care for the soul according to Epikur. T

Cynicism – the Cynic message of liberation.

Stoicism – stoic theory of virtue and law.

Saint. Augustine – the State of God and

Thomas of Aquinas and natural law.

Utilitarianism – Jeremy Bentham i John Stuart Mill.

Ethics of Kant – categorical emperor of Kant.

Contemporary ethics – naturalism, antinaturalism, emotivism, situational ethics. Ethical aspects of human attitude towards animals and nature.

Religious-inspired ethics

The ethics of Buddhism.

Ethics of Islam.

The ethics of Judaism.

Christian ethics (ancient Christianity, Protestant confessions, Orthodoxy, Catholicism).

Selected kwestie ethical inspired by philosophy

The issue of sources of moral awareness: moral awareness based on natural law (ethics referring to natural law) and awareness based on absolute values (ethics referring to supernatural values).

Will and freedom in an ethical sense: the meaning of freedom, freedom and necessity (Kant, Jaspers, Nietzsche).

Problem of virtues: Socrates, Plato, Aristotle, stoic – theory of virtues; Scheler – rehabilitation of virtue; Nietzsche – the will of power, the virtue of the dream; Scheler – order of the heart.

Justice as an ethical and legal issue – Rawls' moral philosophy.

"Human" as an ethical category – the "philosophy of interhuman encounter" by Buber and Levinas.

Selected themes and themes from the Bible, mythology and literature, in an ethical aspect:

Myths about the creation of the world and man (the history of "original sin"), in an ethical aspect (Theogonia and Works and days of Heziod, orphinthian myth of Zagreus and Tystates, Bookof Genesis, Timajos Plato).

Selected biblical motifs ("sacrifice of Kain a belha", "Job", "sacrifice of Abraham", "Kazawa on the Mountain", "hymn about love" of St. paul) in an ethical aspect.

The story of Medea (from the Euripides tragedy "Medea"); “St. John's pears of Augustine” (from the "Confessions" of St. Augustine) – the motive of conscious evil.

"The Great Inquisitor" (from Dostoyevsky) and Christ.

Bibliography:

S. Andersen, Wprowadzenie do etyki, Warszawa 2003.

J. Baggini, P. S. Fost, Przybornik etyka. Kompendium metod i pojęć etycznych. Warszawa 2007.

A. MacIntyre, Krótka historia etyki, Filozofia moraln ści od czasów Homera do XX w., PWN Warszawa 2000.

A. Anzerbacher, Wprowadzenie do filozofii, Kraków 1991.

A. Linzey, Teologia zwierząt, Kraków 2010.

R. H. Popkin, A. Stroll, Filozofia, Poznań1994.

R. Spaermann, Podstawowe pojęcia moralne, Lublin 2000.

T. Styczeń, ABC etyki, Lublin 2001.

W.Tatarkiewicz, Historia filozofii,

K. Wojtyła, Elementarz etyczny, Lublin 1982.

K. WOjtyLa, Miłość i odpowiedzialność, Lublin 1982.

P. Vardy, P. Grosch, Etyka, Poznań 1995.

Literatura dodatkowa (wybór):

Arystoteles, Etyka Nikomachejska, Warszawa 1982.

Platon, Gorgiasz, Uczta, Timajos, Warszawa 1958.

T. Gadacz, U umiejętności życia, Kraków 2002.

T. Gadacz, U ulotności życia, Kraków 2008.

Augustyn, Dialogi (O szczęściu), Kraków 1999.

Seneka, Dialogi, Warszawa 1965.

Kant, Uzasadnienie metafizyki moralności, Warszawa 1971.

S. Kierkegaard, Bojażń i drżenie, Warszawa 1995.

L. Boros, Istnienie wyzwolone. Misterium mortis, Warszawa 1985.

H.Buczyńska-Garewicz, Milczenie i mowa filozofii, Warszawa 2003.

R. Fromm, O sztuce miłości, Poznań 2007.

A. Krokiewicz, Moralność Homera i etyka Hezjoda, Warszawa 2000.

Plutarch, Moralia, Wrocław 1954.

Plutarch, Moralia, Warszawa 1977.

R. Safranski, Zło. Dramat wolności, Warszawa 1999.

W. Tatarkiewicz, O szczęściu, Warszawa 1990.

K. Pawłowski, Medytacje platońskie, Warszawa 2015.

K. Pawłowski, Lathe biosas. Filozoficzne posłannictwo Epikura z Samos, Lublin 2010.

Wymagania wstępne:

None

Classes in period "Summer semester 2021/22" (past)

Time span: 2022-02-01 - 2022-06-30
Choosen plan division:


magnify
see course schedule
Type of class:
Classes, 30 hours more information
Coordinators: Magdalena Bober-Jankowska, Kazimierz Pawłowski, Joanna Zajkowska
Group instructors: Kazimierz Pawłowski
Students list: (inaccessible to you)
Examination: Course - graded credit
Classes - graded credit
(in Polish) E-Learning:

(in Polish) E-Learning (pełny kurs) z podziałem na grupy

Type of subject:

obligatory

(in Polish) Grupa przedmiotów ogólnouczenianych:

(in Polish) nie dotyczy

Full description:

The topics of the course include a brief historical outline of ethics (ethics in the perspective of the history of philosophy), a brief review of ethical ideals of various religions, selected ethical issues inspired by philosophy, selected motifs of the Bible, mythology and literature - in terms of ethics.

Specific issues:

And Ethics, historical outline:

Greek ethical ideals (Homer, Hesiod, Aeschylus, Sophocles) - the ideal of kalokagathia.

The ethics of Socrates and the ethics of Greek sophists. Sokratejska care for the soul.

Plato - Plato's ethical ideals (doctrine of non-harm, ideal of being like God, ideal of "platonic" love). Plato's path to happiness.

Aristotle, the ideal of a "noble egoist." Aristotle's theory of happiness.

Hedonism - Epicurus: care for the soul according to Epicurus. Epicurean path of happiness.

Cynicism - cynic liberation message.

Stoicism - stoic theory of virtue and law.

St. Augustine - god's and

Thomas Aquinas and natural law.

Utilitarianism - Jeremy Bentham and John Stuart Mill.

Kant's ethics - Kant's categorical imperative.

Contemporary ethics - naturalism, anti-naturalism, emotiveism, situational ethics. Ethical aspects of man's attitude towards animals and nature.

Ethics inspired by religion

Ethics of Buddhism.

Ethics of Islam.

Ethics of Judaism.

Christian ethics (ancient Christianity, Protestant denominations, Orthodoxy, Catholicism).

Selected ethical issues inspired by philosophy

The issue of sources of moral awareness: moral awareness based on natural law (ethics referring to natural law) and consciousness based on absolute values ​​(ethics referring to supernatural values).

Will and freedom in an ethical sense: sense of freedom, freedom and necessity (Kant, Jaspers, Nietzsche).

The problem of virtues: Socrates, Plato, Aristotle, stoics - theory of virtues; Scheler - rehabilitation of virtue; Nietzsche - the will of power, the virtue endowing; Scheler - heart order.

Justice as an ethical and legal matter - Rawls' moral philosophy.

"Interpersonal" as an ethical category - "philosophy of interpersonal meeting" by Buber and Levinas.

Selected threads and motifs from the Bible, mythology and literature in the ethical aspect:

Myths about the creation of the world and man (history of "original sin"), in the ethical aspect (Theogonia and Works and days of Hesiod, the Orphic myth about Zagreus and Titans, "Genesis", "Timaius" of Plato); "sacrifice of Abraham" ("Book Genus ")," the sacrifice of Agamemnon (from the tragedy of Euripides "Iphigenia in Aulid"); "the sacrifice of Cain and Abel", "Job" "Sermon on the Mount", "hymn about love" of St. Paul; motif of Prometheus (from the tragedy of Aeschylus " Prometheus in chains ").

History of Medea (from the tragedy of Euripides 'Medea'); pears Augustine (from "Confessions" of St. Augustine) - the motive of conscious evil.

"The Great Inquisitor" (Dostoevsky) and Christ.

Bibliography:

S. Andersen, Wprowadzenie do etyki, Warszawa 2003.

J. Baggini, P. S. Fost, Przybornik etyka. Kompendium metod i pojęć etycznych. Warszawa 2007.

A. MacIntyre, Krótka historia etyki, Filozofia moraln ści od czasów Homera do XX w., PWN Warszawa 2000.

A. Anzerbacher, Wprowadzenie do filozofii, Kraków 1991.

A. Linzey, Teologia zwierząt, Kraków 2010.

R. H. Popkin, A. Stroll, Filozofia, Poznań1994.

R. Spaermann, Podstawowe pojęcia moralne, Lublin 2000.

T. Styczeń, ABC etyki, Lublin 2001.

W.Tatarkiewicz, Historia filozofii,

K. Wojtyła, Elementarz etyczny, Lublin 1982.

K. WOjtyLa, Miłość i odpowiedzialność, Lublin 1982.

P. Vardy, P. Grosch, Etyka, Poznań 1995.

Literatura dodatkowa (wybór):

Arystoteles, Etyka Nikomachejska, Warszawa 1982.

Platon, Gorgiasz, Uczta, Timajos, Warszawa 1958.

T. Gadacz, U umiejętności życia, Kraków 2002.

T. Gadacz, U ulotności życia, Kraków 2008.

Augustyn, Dialogi (O szczęściu), Kraków 1999.

Seneka, Dialogi, Warszawa 1965.

Kant, Uzasadnienie metafizyki moralności, Warszawa 1971.

S. Kierkegaard, Bojażń i drżenie, Warszawa 1995.

L. Boros, Istnienie wyzwolone. Misterium mortis, Warszawa 1985.

H.Buczyńska-Garewicz, Milczenie i mowa filozofii, Warszawa 2003.

R. Fromm, O sztuce miłości, Poznań 2007.

A. Krokiewicz, Moralność Homera i etyka Hezjoda, Warszawa 2000.

Plutarch, Moralia, Wrocław 1954.

Plutarch, Moralia, Warszawa 1977.

R. Safranski, Zło. Dramat wolności, Warszawa 1999.

W. Tatarkiewicz, O szczęściu, Warszawa 1990.

K. Pawłowski, Medytacje platońskie, Warszawa 2015.

K. Pawłowski, Lathe biosas. Filozoficzne posłannictwo Epikura z Samos, Lublin 2010.

Wymagania wstępne: (in Polish)

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