Philosophy

Філософія для аспіратів 2016
Філософія для аспіратів 2016
Аспиранты календарный план 2015-2016

программа для аспирантов 2015-2016
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The topics for lectures

MODULE I. History of philosophy

  1. Philosophy, its content and place in culture
  2. Philosophical thought of Ancient East
  3. Antique Philosophy
  4. History of Philosophy of Modern Era
  5. Non-classical philosophy of XIX – XX centuries

MODULE II. Theoretical and practical philosophy

  1. Ontology as a theory of reality
  2. Epistemology. The problems of cognition
  3. Philosophical Anthropology and Social Philosophy

The topics for seminars

MODULE I. History of philosophy

  1. Philosophy, its content and place in culture
  2. Philosophical thought of Ancient East
  3. Antique Philosophy
  4. Medieval Philosophy
  5. Philosophy of the New Time
  6. German Classical Philosophy
  7. Non-Classical Philosophy

MODULE II. Theoretical and practical philosophy

  1. Ontology as a theory of reality
  2. Epistemology. The problems of cognition
  3. Philosophical Anthropology, Axiology and Social Philosophy

Questions to the final module control № 1

  1. Philosophy as a type of theoretical knowledge: its subject and main questions.
  2. Philosophy as “love for wisdom”: the problem of definition.
  3. Structure and functions of philosophy.
  4. The concept of worldview, its definition and essence.
  5. Mythology and religion as two historical types of worldview
  6. Philosophy as a historical type of worldview.
  7. Philosophy and its cultural role.
  8. Origins of philosophy: main historical and theoretical factors.
  9. Oriental philosophy of Ancient era: schools, tendencies, ideas.
  10. Buddhism as religious and philosophical conception.
  11. Confucianism, its moral and philosophical issues.
  12. Taoism as an Old Chinese school of philosophy.
  13. Antique philosophy: periods, problems, representatives.
  14. Greek pre-Socratic schools.
  15. Sophists and Socrates: cultural dialogue and theoretical opposition.
  16. Plato’s objective idealism.
  17. Aristotle’s metaphysic.
  18. Cultural background of medieval philosophy. Specific features of theocentric paradigm.
  19. Medieval apologetics, patrologists and scholastics.
  20. Arabic thinkers of Middle Ages. IbnRoshd and IbnSina.
  21. Humanism of Renaissance.
  22. General characteristics of Modern European philosophy.
  23. Empiricism, its methodology and scientific principles. F. Bacon.
  24. Empiricists’ conception of man and society. T. Hobbes, J. Locke.
  25. Rationalism as a trend of Modern philosophy. R. Descartes.
  26. Rationalistic anthropology. B. Spinoza.
  27. Prime features of German classic philosophy.
  28. I. Kant’s transcendentalism.
  29. G.W.F. Hegel’s absolute idealism.
  30. General characteristic of non-classical philosophy.
  31. F. Nietzsche and his conception of superman.
  32. Positivism and its philosophical principles. A. Comte.
  33. Philosophy of Marxism and its historical destiny.
  34. Existentialism and questions of human being. A. Camus.

Questions to the final module control № 2

  1. Ontology as a sphere of philosophical knowledge: subject, questions, main ontological approaches.
  2. Main ontological categories.
  3. Materialism and idealism and their varieties.
  4. Epistemology and the problem of cognition.
  5. Forms and types of cognitive activity.
  6. Specific features of philosophical methodology.
  7. Cognition of the world and issue of truth in philosophy and science.
  8. Deduction and induction as logical foundations of cognitive activity.
  9. Philosophical anthropology: general characteristics of its subject and problems.
  10. Human life, death and immorality as anthropological problems.
  11. Social philosophy. Society as a subject of philosophical investigations.
  12. Variety of philosophical interpretations of history.
  13. The philosophy of informational society. Information as social and cultural resource.
  14. Global world of today and global problems of mankind.
  15. Philosophy and biomedical ethics.

LITERATURE to the course

  1. Armstrong A.H., ed., The Cambridge History of Later Greek and Early Medieval Philosophy (1966)
  2. Copleston F., A History of Philosophy (9 vol., 1985)
  3. Crystal, David, The Penguin Encyclopedia, Penguin Books, 2004
  4. Hamlyn D.W., A History of Western Philosophy (1987);
  5. McGaughey, William, “Rhythm and Self-Consciousness: New Ideals for an Electronic Civilization”, Thistlerose Publications, 2001.
  6. Popper, Karl R., The Logic of Scientific Discovery, Routledge, 2002.
  7. Scruton R, Modern Philosophy: An Introduction and Survey (1995)
  8. www.textbooks.com/Catalog/H4/Philosophy
  9. www.valorebooks.com/new-used-textbooks/philosophy
  10. www.barnesandnoble.com/s/philosophy
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