|SCIENTIFIC DISCIPLINARY SECTOR||M-FIL/03|
The course is divided into three parts: the first is devoted to the definition of ethics, ethical competence, and the relationship between ethics and professional ethics; the second to the study of ethical issues relating to inequalities and social justice, with particular reference to the new inequalities brought about by globalisation; the relationship between merit and social justice, and equity; and the third to the analysis of poverty and its ethical and social implications.
Knowledge: ethics and ethics applied; the relationship ethics - deontology; ethical issues related to inequalities and social justice
Skills: ability to analyse contexts according to ethical criteria with particular reference to social inequalities and poverty
Competences: implementation and development of ethical competence as a basic competence; development of the relational dimension based on listening and needs analysis; analysis and resolution of moral dilemmas.
1. Lectures, at the beginning of the course, aimed at providing the conceptual tools, key words and expressions
2. Interactive lessons based on students' questions and request. it is, also, provided lessons peer to peer
Lectures will be supported with the use of slides and documents that will be published on the AulaWeb
The course is divided into three parts: the first is an introduction to ethics; the second is an analysis of the relationship between equality, inequality, social justice and that between justice, merit and equity; and the third is an analysis of poverty from the modern age to the present day and its social and ethical implications.
B. Giovanola (a cura di), Etica, giustizia sociale, diseguaglianze, Carocci Editore, Roma 2016
R. Castel, Incertezze crescenti. Lavoro, cittadinanza, individuo, Editrice Socialmente, Bologna 2015
For students not attending
L. Morri, Etica e società nel mondo contemporaneo, Franco Angeli, Milano 2004 (cap. I)
Office hours: Genoa Thursday from 11:30 am to 1:30 pm DISFOR DISFOR 2, Corso Podestà, room 1A7 Tel .: 010 20953603 Savona First semester Friday 1 pm - to 2 pm Second semester Monday from 12 to 1 pm Professors Room, Palazzina Lagorio University Campus, 2 v. Magliotto
FRANCO MANTI (President)
BEBA MOLINARI (Substitute)
Wednesday, September 27, 2021
All class schedules are posted on the EasyAcademy portal.
Examination intends to verify knowledge, skills and competencies acquired by students
The exam is divided into two phases:
1. Test on the book Etica , Giustizia, diseguaglianze 2.Test on the book L'invenzione della povertà. Dall’economia della salvezza ai diritti sociali; test on the additional book for not attending students
Inside of both phases is provide for discussion of ethically significant case studies
The students must obtain a score of at least 18/30 in each of the two phases