Croatian Philosophy: Its History and Future Prospects
|Course ID:||WF-FI-GRGIC-ER||Erasmus code / ISCED:||08.1 / (unknown)|
|Course title:||Croatian Philosophy: Its History and Future Prospects||Name in Polish:||Croatian Philosophy: Its History and Future Prospects|
|Department:||Institute of Philosophy|
|ECTS credit allocation (and other scores):||
10.00 (differs over time)
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|Learning outcome code/codes:||
The course has two main goals. (1) To survey some of the central points in the history of Croatian philosophy, with special emphasis on the works of Herman of Carinthia (12th century), Matthias Flacius Illyricus (1520–1575), Franciscus Patricius (1529–1597), and Roger Boscovich (1711–1787). (2) To introduce students into main trends in Croatian philosophy in 20th and 21st centuries. We will situate the history of Croatian philosophy in the wider cultural, scientific and political context of Central and Eastern Europe, and, in particular, consider its position and role in the political and economic turn at the end of the 20th century. Finally, we will discuss the future prospects of Croatian philosophy.
The main goal of classes is to introduce students into the work of Roger Boscovich. We will combine a more thorough study of some passages from his works with the discussion of the wider context and influence of his ideas. The emphasis will be on the philosophical aspect of his work. We will appreciate his contribution to some traditional issues and discuss their philosophical relevance.
Classes in period "Winter semester 2016/17" (past)
|Time span:||2016-10-01 - 2017-01-31||
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|Type of class:||
Classes, 30 hours, 25 places more information
Monographic lecture, 30 hours, 25 places more information
|Coordinators:||Filip Grgić, Michał Piekarski, Adam Świeżyński|
|Group instructors:||Filip Grgić|
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|(in Polish) E-Learning:||
(in Polish) E-Learning (pełny kurs) z podziałem na grupy
|Type of subject:||
All lectures and classes on site take place during period: 12-15.12.2016 (16 hours of lecture and 16 hours of classes) - see detailed plan in USOSweb.
The rest hours of lectures and classes (14 + 14) are going to be conducted by e-learning (according to information from the lecturer) between 19.12.2016-22.01.2017.
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