Uniwersytet Kardynała Stefana Wyszyńskiego w Warszawie - Centralny System Uwierzytelniania
Strona główna

Greek myths in the Christian interpretation [WT-SSTA-GM] Semestr letni 2023/24
Wykład, grupa nr 1

Przejdź do planu zaznaczono terminy wyświetlanej grupy
To jest strona grupy zajęciowej. Jeśli szukasz opisu przedmiotu, zobacz stronę przedmiotu
Przedmiot: Greek myths in the Christian interpretation [WT-SSTA-GM]
Zajęcia: Semestr letni 2023/24 [2023/24_L] (w trakcie)
Wykład [WYK], grupa nr 1 [pozostałe grupy]
Termin i miejsce: Podana informacja o terminie jest orientacyjna. W celu uzyskania pewnej informacji obejrzyj kalendarz roku akademickiego lub skontaktuj się z wykładowcą (nieregularności zdarzają się przede wszystkim w przypadku zajęć odbywających się rzadziej niż co tydzień).
każdy wtorek, 16:45 - 18:15
sala 009
Kampus Dewajtis Stary Gmach jaki jest adres?
Terminy najbliższych spotkań: Daty odbywania się zajęć grupy. Prezentują informacje na podstawie zdefiniowanych w USOS terminów oraz spotkań.
Kliknij w datę by zobaczyć tygodniowy plan z zaznaczonym spotkaniem.
Data i miejsceProwadzący
2024-06-04 16:45 : 18:15 sala 009
Kampus Dewajtis Stary Gmach
2024-06-11 16:45 : 18:15 sala 009
Kampus Dewajtis Stary Gmach
Część spotkań jest ukryta - pokaż terminy wszystkich spotkań.
Liczba osób w grupie: 2
Limit miejsc: (brak danych)
Zaliczenie: Egzaminacyjny
Prowadzący: Leon Nieścior
Literatura: (tylko po angielsku)

A. Basic literature:

H. Rahner, Greek Myths and Christian mystery, New York 1971.

B. Additional literature:

Neoplatonism and Christian thought, New York 1982.

I. Kolbutova, Interrelation of Platonic and Jewish-Christian Aspects of the Symbolism of the Cross in the Apocryphal Acts of the Apostles, Church Fathers and Christian Iconography, Scrinium 13/1 (2017), s. 309-338.

P. Bradshaw, The Dating of Christmas: The Early Church, in: The Oxford Handbook of Christmas, Oxford 2020, s. 3-14.

Zakres tematów: (tylko po angielsku)

1. The mystery of the cross as a cosmic mystery

2. The cross as a biblical mystery

3. The mystery of the cross and the mystery of baptism

4. The Christian mystery of the Easter sun

5. Sunday - the day of the sun

6. The Christmas sun: Epiphany, Christmas 25th December

7. Christmas and Easter moon

8. The Greek symbolism of a willow branch

9. Christian symbolism of a willow branch

10. A willow that likes water

11. Sterile willow

12. Heaven willow

13. Odysseus sea journey through the life

14. Temptation of sirens

15. The mast of the cross

Metody dydaktyczne i sposoby weryfikacji efektów kształcenia: (tylko po angielsku)

Elements of the administering method (informative, problem-based and conversational lecture) and expository method (presentation)

For all the prerequisites for passing the course is the achievement of all the established learning effects. The deadline for completing the individual prerequisites will be given by the lecturer at the first lecture of the semester.

Requirements: 1) mid-semester paper: individual topics will be offered to everyone in advance; 3 pages of A 4; 2) final paper: individual topics will be offered to everyone in advance, 5 pages of A 4; 3) oral colloquium as an additional requirement: for possible patrology students and those who have missed more than 3 classes; from the knowledge of the discussed issue.

The final grade is based on two written papers, and for students subject to the third requirement: written papers and an oral colloquium.

The passing grade in the course is determined by the number of points obtained: - sufficient - sufficient plus - 50-60%, good - good plus - 60-85%, very good - 85-100%.

Metody i kryteria oceniania: (tylko po angielsku)

Effects of Education (1): he has in-depth relevant knowledge and is able to develop and creatively apply it

Grade:

Non sufficient (2): he has no in-depth relevant knowledge and is unable to develop and creatively apply it

Sufficient (3): he has sufficient relevant knowledge and is able to sufficiently develop and creatively apply it

Good (4): he has a lot of relevant knowledge and is able to develop it well and apply it creatively

Very good (5): he has very high relevant knowledge and is able to develop and creatively apply it very well

EE (2): he knows the basic terminology in the relevant field and its cultural roots

For the grade:

Non sufficient (2): he does not know the basic terminology in the relevant field and its cultural roots

Sufficient (3): he knows sufficiently the basic terminology in the relevant field and its cultural roots

Good (4): he knows well the basic terminology in the relevant area and its cultural roots

Very good (5): he knows very well the basic terminology in the relevant field and its cultural roots

EE (3): he has organized and deepened relevant knowledge

For the grade:

Non sufficient (2): he does not have sufficiently organized and deepened relevant knowledge

Sufficient (3): he has sufficiently ordered and deepened relevant knowledge

Good (4): he has well-ordered and in-depth relevant knowledge

Very good (5): he has very well ordered and deepened relevant knowledge

EE (4): he has in-depth knowledge of contemporary achievements, research centers and schools in the field of relevant knowledge

For the grade:

Non sufficient (2): he does not have sufficiently in-depth knowledge of contemporary achievements, research centers and schools in the field of relevant knowledge

Sufficient (3): he has sufficiently in-depth knowledge of contemporary achievements, research centers and schools in the field of relevant knowledge

Good (4): he has a well-deepened knowledge of contemporary achievements, centers and research schools in the field of relevant knowledge

Very good (5): he has very well in-depth knowledge of contemporary achievements, research centers and schools in the field of relevant knowledge

EE(6): he has in-depth knowledge of contemporary teaching of the Church in the relevant area

For the grade:

Non sufficient (2): he does not have sufficiently in-depth knowledge of the contemporary teaching of the Church in the relevant field.

Sufficient (3): he has a sufficiently in-depth knowledge of the contemporary teaching of the Church in the relevant area

Good (4): he has a well-deepened knowledge of the contemporary teaching of the Church in the relevant area

Very good (5): he has a very well-deepened knowledge of the contemporary teaching of the Church in the relevant area

Method of verification of educational effects

For all the prerequisites for passing the course is the achievement of all the established learning effects. The deadline for completing the individual prerequisites will be given by the lecturer at the first lecture of the semester.

Requirements: 1) mid-semester paper: individual topics will be offered to everyone in advance; 3 pages of A 4; 2) final paper: individual topics will be offered to everyone in advance, 5 pages of A 4; 3) oral colloquium as an additional requirement: for possible patrology students and those who have missed more than 3 classes; from the knowledge of the discussed issue.

The final grade is based on two written papers, and for students subject to the third requirement: written papers and an oral colloquium.

The passing grade in the course is determined by the number of points obtained: - sufficient - sufficient plus - 50-60%, good - good plus - 60-85%, very good - 85-100%.

Opisy przedmiotów w USOS i USOSweb są chronione prawem autorskim.
Właścicielem praw autorskich jest Uniwersytet Kardynała Stefana Wyszyńskiego w Warszawie.
ul. Dewajtis 5,
01-815 Warszawa
tel: +48 22 561 88 00 https://uksw.edu.pl
kontakt deklaracja dostępności mapa serwisu USOSweb 7.0.4.0-1 (2024-05-13)