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HISTORY OF PHILOSOPHY
STORIA DELLA FILOSOFIA

A.Y. Credits
2021/2022 8
Lecturer Email Office hours for students
Antonio De Simone Every Monday and Tuesday, from 1 to 2 p.m.

Assigned to the Degree Course

Psychology - Sciences and Techniques (L-24)
Curriculum: PERCORSO COMUNE
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Learning Objectives

The course of History of Philosophy, for Psychology students, in this academic year aims to address in its First Part the theme relating to the fate of philosophy from tragedy to dialectics, with particular reference to the philosophical, dramaturgical and dialectical thought of the Greeks , Hegel, Simmel and contemporaries. In its Second Part, the course will analytically examine the relationship between philosophy and psychology of history in the reading that Georg Simmel has made of the fundamental themes that pervade Dante's psychological soul. In Part Three, the course will reconstruct the main philosophical elements that characterize the "modern style" concerning the issues inherent in the relationship between art, life and forms in Georg Simmel's aesthetics.

Program

1. Human Destiny.

2. Dialectic of the human and ontology of the social relationship. Between Classic, Modern and Contemporary.

3. Philosophy, tragedy, destiny.

4. Philosophical stage I. The Greeks, the moderns, Hegel, Simmel and us.

5. Philosophical stage II. Hegelian dramaturgy: desire and recognition. The dialectic on stage.

6. Philosophical stage III. Symmelian Dramaturgy. The theater of the soul and the problem of destiny.

7. Simmel and Dante's psychology between culture, philosophy and history.

8. Philosophy, psychology, art and life.

9. Styles and forms of art in Simmel's aesthetics.

10. Portraits of the modern self between philosophy of art, culture, psychology and aesthetics: through Simmel.

Bridging Courses

None

Learning Achievements (Dublin Descriptors)

·  In relation to the discipline the student will have to show:

·  Knowledge and understanding:

·  - knowledge of the fundamental themes of the history of philosophy exposed in class and deepened in the textbooks and understanding of its fundamental concepts in their cultural, philosophical, political, aesthetic and psychological effects (see Training objectives);

·  Knowledge of the philosophical forms and of the metamorphoses and cultural, historical, socio-political, aesthetic and psychological dynamics exposed in class and deepened in the textbooks and understanding of the processes that have configured them.

·  - understanding of the constituent elements of the relationship between philosophy, tragedy and dialectics, between psychology, culture and history and between styles and forms of art in the aesthetic experience between classic, modern and contemporary in relation to the subject area and the program carried out.

 

·  Applied knowledge and understanding:

·  - ability to orientate oneself in the modern and contemporary cultural, philosophical, political, sociological and psychological debate and to understand the elements that today structurally consolidate the knowledge of the fundamental problems of the history of philosophy also in the educational, philosophical and psychological fields.

·  Making judgments:

·  - ability to take an independent position with respect to the main cultural, philosophical, historical-political, sociological, aesthetic and psychological issues of the contemporary critical debate on modern and contemporary thought.

·  Communication skills:

·  - ability to adequately communicate what has been learned in the form of university-level study; ability to transmit and communicate the fundamental aspects and principles of the History of Philosophy declined in its inescapable disciplinary relationship for the training of the psychology student.

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·  Ability to learn

·  - on the basis of the knowledge acquired through the course, the student must be able to independently build in-depth courses and understand which readings and experiences can help him in this regard.

·  In relation to the discipline, therefore, the student must show in a mature way, possession:

·  • mastery of basic knowledge;

·  • understanding of the fundamental concepts of the discipline;

·  • the ability to use knowledge and concepts to reason according to the logic of the discipline.

Teaching Material

The teaching material prepared by the lecturer in addition to recommended textbooks (such as for instance slides, lecture notes, exercises, bibliography) and communications from the lecturer specific to the course can be found inside the Moodle platform › blended.uniurb.it

Supporting Activities

During the course, in the second semester, interdisciplinary integrative seminars will be held by the professor who holds the prof. Antonio De Simone and the experts on the subject prof. Luciano Massi and PhD. Alessandra Peluso.


Didactics, Attendance, Course Books and Assessment

Didactics

Frontal lessons, tutorials and scientific-educational seminars integrating in-depth study. 

Attendance

Participation in lessons is not mandatory but strongly recommended recommended for the development of learning logic and methodologies

Course books

-  ANTONIO DE SIMONE, Sul far del crepuscolo. Il destino della filosofia dalla tragedia alla dialettica, Mimesis, Milano 2021.

-  GEORG SIMMEL, Psicologia di Dante, a cura di A. Peluso, Mimesis, Milano 2021.

-  ANTONIO DE SIMONE, Amor vitae. Stili e forme dell’arte nell’estetica di Georg Simmel, Mimesis, Milano 2021.

Assessment

Oral exam.

Additional Information for Non-Attending Students

Didactics

Non-Attending Students have to conform to the indications provided by the program and the course books of the vademecum.

Course books

   

-  ANTONIO DE SIMONE, Sul far del crepuscolo. Il destino della filosofia dalla tragedia alla dialettica, Mimesis, Milano 2021.

-  GEORG SIMMEL, Psicologia di Dante, a cura di A. Peluso, Mimesis, Milano 2021.

-  ANTONIO DE SIMONE, Amor vitae. Stili e forme dell’arte nell’estetica di Georg Simmel, Mimesis, Milano 2021.

Notes

Oral exam.

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