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The course presents the evolution of Italian philosophy in the 19th and 20th centuries; it will focus on the most recent philosophers, especially on those who conducted the most original philosophical analysis of existential problems.
Having a systematic knowledge of the evolution of Italian philosophy in the 19th and 20th centuries; being able to explain and support the theory according to which Italian philosophy represents an autonomous, original speculative tradition.
The course’s aim is to present the great relevance of contemporary Italian philosophy, especially in relation to themes such as existence and contradiction.
Knowledge and passion are required for the Italian, philosophical and cultural tradition.
The Lessons will be held on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, 10.15-11.45 am.
The Towers and Ruins. Irrationalism, Skepticism and Tragicism in the contemporary Italian philosophy
Giuseppe Rensi, La filosofia dell’assurdo, Nota di Renato Chiarenza, IV ed., Adelphi, Milano 2009.
Pier Paolo Pasolini, Petrolio, nuova ed., a cura di Maria Careri e Walter Siti, Garzanti, Milano 2022.
For students not attending, also
Massimo Ferrari, Mezzo secolo di filosofia italiana. Dal secondo dopoguerra al nuovo millennio, Il Mulino, Bologna 2016.
Office hours: Professor De Lucia receives students in his office in Via Balbi, 4 (2nd Floor): Friday 10-12 AM.
PAOLO DE LUCIA (President)
OSCAR MEO (Substitute)
Monday 13 February 2023.
Evaluation of the knowledge component: up to 15/30; Evaluation of the processing capacities: up to 10/30; Evaluation of the communication skills: up to 5/30.