To acquire a critical understanding of the historical development of philosophy, through the study of the History of Early Modern and Modern Philosophy, as well as through the knowledge of the thought and the reading of the work of an Early Modern Age philosopher.
A – From Descartes to Kant (3 CFU)
Descartes – Pascal – Spinoza – Leibniz – Locke – Berkeley – Hume – Vico – The Enlightenment – Rousseau – Kant
B – From Idealism to Gadamer (3 CFU)
Fichte – Schelling – Hegel – Feuerbach – Marx – Bergson – Croce – Gentile – Pragmatism – Dewey – Husserl – Heidegger – Jaspers – Sartre – Gadamer
C – Reason, experience, scepticism: David Hume’s An Enquiry concerning Human Understanding (3 CFU)
An introduction to Hume’s philosophy – Reading of excerpts of Hume’s Enquiry
A - N. Abbagnano, G. Fornero, La filosofia, vol. 2 (A – B), Torino, Paravia, 2009, pp. 330
B - N. Abbagnano, G. Fornero, La filosofia, vol. 2 (B), vol. 3 (A – B), Torino, Paravia, 2009, pp. 315
Modulo C - A. Santucci, Introduzione a Hume, Roma-Bari, Laterza, 2010, pp. 150; D. Hume, Ricerca sull’intelletto umano, Roma-Bari, Laterza, 2015, pp. 130
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