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AIMS AND CONTENT
The course aims to provide an overview of the ways in which philosophers have dealt with the study, of moral problems and the fundamental results they have come to during their investigations.
AIMS AND LEARNING OUTCOMES
|The course offers an overview of the ways in which philosophers have addressed the study of moral issues and fundamental results that have come in the course of their investigations.|
In the first module will be presented a reasoned map of the main concepts used by moral philosophy in order to allow the student to form the basic knowledge tools to face, with greater awareness, the ethical discussions of our time. The fundamental stages of the history of moral doctrines, with particular reference to applied ethics, will also be exposed. In the second module, we will examine the ethical-philosophical thought of Martha C. Nussbaum with particular reference to the theme of justice.
N.B. It requires a good knowledge of the history of philosophy with special reference to moral issues.
Antonio Da Re, Filosofia morale. Storia, teorie, argomenti, Bruno Mondadori, Milano 2008
Martha Nussbaum, Le nuove frontiere della giustizia. Disabilità, nazionalità appartenenza di specie Il Mulino, Bologna 2007
TEACHERS AND EXAM BOARD
Ricevimento: DISFOR, Corso A. Podestà 2 Tel. 010.364296. Cell. 338.1851339 E-mail: email@example.com
LUISA BATTAGLIA (President)
Wednesday, March 1, 2023
Oral, the most suitable to check the exhibition and argumentation skills of the student and encouraging the development of a problematic perspective and a view of personal criticism.
Areas of availability thesis: philosophy, medical ethics, social ethics, environmental education, social sciences, social psychology, intercultural education, adult education.
The lessons will be on line
Codex teams: o1j80cj
Dr. Alessandra Fabbri will hold a seminar on the issues of the course.
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org; cell. 345 4471001
There are guided practical activities which will be announced during the academic year.