|SCIENTIFIC DISCIPLINARY SECTOR||SPS/02|
The course presents the outlines of the History of Political Thought from Ancient times to the state being contemporary. The analysis of the most remarkable authors on political power, its characteristics and forms will be examined in depth. They will be studied through a historical and problematic contextualization. Therefore, the history of the debate on politics will be reconstructed by stressing its links to the socio-political contexts and its ideological implications.
The course aims at allowing student to know and comprehend the crucial elements of the History of Political Thought in the period that spans from the Ancient times till the 20th century, through the contextualization and the analysis of the more significant theories
The course aims at allowing student to know and comprehend the crucial elements of the History of Political Thought in the period that spans from the Ancient times till the 20th century, through the contextualization and the analysis of the more significant theories.
The teaching involves 54 hours (equivalent to 9 CFUs).
The course will be held in a blended mode, i.e., in-person, but with concurrent lecture delivery via the Teams platform (code: e8fb58k)
1) Politics in ancient Greece
6) Religion and politics: Christianity
7) Augustine of Hippo
9) Dante, Marsilius
11) Bodin, Suarez
12) The “ragion di Stato”
19) Hume e Smith
20) The Federalist Papers
31) Marx, Engels
32) Stuart Mill
- M. D’ADDIO, Storia delle dottrine politiche, Genova, ECIG, 2002.
- A. ARIENZO - S. DE LUCA (eds.), Protego ergo obligo. Ordine, sicurezza e legittimazione nella storia del pensiero politico, Pisa, Edizioni ETS, 2019.
Students who do not attend the course must study one of these supplementary texts:
- A. CATANZARO - S. LAGI - F. FALCHI (eds.), Monisms and Pluralisms in the History of Political and Social Models, Novi Ligure (AL), Edizioni Epoké, 2018.
- F. FALCHI, Giuseppe Mazzini: la democrazia europea e i diritti delle donne, Firenze, Centro Editoriale Toscano, 2011.
- C. MORGANTI, Comunità e Stato, Europa e Occidente. La politica secondo Guardini, Firenze, Centro Editoriale Toscano, 2016.
Office hours: On appointment, generally on Thursday morning (9-11 am) at Albergo Dei Poveri (Dipartimento di Scienze Politiche - Piazzale E. Brignole 3 a, Torre centrale - 4th floor). Otherwise on Teams (channel code: tz7ou3u) To arrange an appointment, please write to this email address: email@example.com.
ANDREA CATANZARO (President)
ALBERTO DE SANCTIS
ARIANNA BETTIN (Substitute)
MARIA ANTONIETTA FALCHI (Substitute)
CARLO MORGANTI (Substitute)
STEFANO PARODI (Substitute)
DAVIDE SUIN (Substitute)
13th February 2023
Monday: 10.00-12.00 am
Tuesday: 8.00-10.00 am
Wednesday: 8.00-10.00 am
All class schedules are posted on the EasyAcademy portal.
The exam is aimed at assessing the acquired skills by the student in analysing political ideas and political theories from a critical perspective and in using them in comprehending contemporary world politics.
Students with certification of DSA (Special educational needs), disability or other special educational needs are advised to contact both the contact person Prof. Aristide Canepa (firstname.lastname@example.org) and the lecturer at the beginning of the course to agree on teaching and examination modalities that, while respecting the teaching objectives, take into account individual learning patterns and provide suitable compensatory tools.