Wykład monograficzny-Modern Trends in Philosophy of Science
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|Nazwa przedmiotu:||Wykład monograficzny-Modern Trends in Philosophy of Science|
|Punkty ECTS i inne:||
|Symbol/Symbole kierunkowe efektów uczenia się:||
Wiedza: SD_S_K_W03, SD_S_K_W04.
Umiejętności: SD_S_K_U01, SD_S_K_U02.
Kompetencje społeczne: SD_S_K_K01, SD_S_K_K03.
The course: Modern Trend in Philosophy of Science will be closer – in their form – to the praxis of a conversatorium. For the future doctors in sociology it is important not only to apprehend the problematic spectrum of the Philosophy of Science, but also to learn how to formulate any possible perceived problem as the scientific problem in the social sciences. The pragmatic aspect of the logical theories is mostly underlined. Consequently, the precision in thinking (we mean = a concept) as well as in a linguistic description of a theoretical problem finds its broad application in the theory of justification (i.e. scientific foundation) and in the different techniques of eventual solution-findings.
E.R. Babbie, The Practice of Social Research, Belmont CA 1998 (Badania społeczne w praktyce, Warszawa 2006).
R. Boyd, P. Gasper, J.D. Trout (eds.), The Philosophy of Science, Cambridge MA 1991.
B.A. Brody, R.E. Grandy (eds.), Readings in the Philosophy of Science, Englewood Cliffs NJ 1989.
H.I. Brown, Rationality, London-New York 1990.
N.K. Denzin, Y.S. Lincoln (eds.), The Sage Handbook of Qualitative Research, vols. 1-2, London 2005 (Metody badań jakościowych, t. 1-2, redakcja naukowa wydania polskiego K. Podemski, Warszawa 2009).
B. Gower, Scientific Method. An Historical and Philosophical Introduction, London-New York 1997.
R. Jackendoff, Language, Consciousness, Culture. Essays on Mental Structure, Cambridge MA 2007.
St. Kamiński, Pisma wybrane, t. 4: Nauka i metoda. Pojęcie nauki i klasyfikacja nauk, do druku przygotował A. Bronk, Lublin 1992.
W.H. Newton-Smith, Rationality of Science, Boston-London 1981.
A. O’Hear, An Introduction to the Philosophy of Science, Oxford 1989.
R.C. Olby, G.N. Cantor, J.R.R. Christie, M.J.S. Hodge (eds.), Companion to the History of Modern Science, London 1989.
|Efekty kształcenia i opis ECTS:||
Knowledge: The student has broader and deeper knowledge of the methodological principles of social sciences, their role in the culture, its relation to philosophy and empirical sciences and humanities; knows and understands the advanced methods of analysis and interpretation of the various forms of expression and their philosophical principles and problems; knows and understands the basic principles of management of intellectual property in relation to copyright.
Skills: The student has the ability in searching and selecting source texts using electronic databases, studies and literature; is able to offer the appropriate selection of tools to analyze and interpret the collected materials and problematize it; can present his/her research results with the use of multimedia tools and engage in discussions and curry out a reasoning, structuring appropriate oral and written presentations; can summarize the position of philosophical topics and arguments, and is also able to present them in a foreign language; is able to translate the relevant parts of his/her own work in a foreign language with the use of terminology related to disciplines of philosophy.
Social competence: the student understands the need for learning throughout life; can work in a group, assuming various roles (recorder, debater, clerk, reporter), inspiring the other participants to make new problems or alternatives; can independently undertake in-depth analysis of the research and to plan and carry out their work schedule and in time to cast the leading role in agreed work; is interested in modern trends at the crossroads of culture, empirical and social sciences and philosophy.
Individual work of a student (1 ECTS = 25-30 hours):
participation in lectures - 30,
preparation to lectures - 15,
preparation of a chosen topic - 25,
preparation to the exam - 20,
sum of hours : 90 (3 ETCS)
|Metody i kryteria oceniania:||
Every participant of the lecture will be asked to hold a kind of a short exposition on a chosen topic that regards to the Philosophy of Science and his/her ability not only in pointing out the status quaestionis, but also to sum it synthetically up in a discussion.
The presence in the conversatory is obbligatory.
Właścicielem praw autorskich jest Uniwersytet Kardynała Stefana Wyszyńskiego w Warszawie.