First cycle degree in

Philosophy

Class: L-5 - Philosophy

Class L-5 - Philosophy
Duration 3 years
Branch Padova
Language Italian
Tuition fees and scholarships
Programme coordinator GIOVANNI CATAPANO
Access Open access with assessment test

A course that addresses human life in its various facets that objectively develop a critical and autonomous reflection on the different cognitive, ethical, political, moral, and aesthetic experiences that characterize it. Students will acquire historical-philosophical knowledge (in particular on the fundamental cultural moments of Western philosophy) as well as the logical-conceptual and critical-hermeneutical skills that are used in professional fields of information, communication, social, and professional organizations. But which, above all, will form your way of dealing with the world around you. Students will develop critical thinking skills, the autonomy of judgment, and the possibility of distinguishing the subjective from the objective within a problem, along with gaining logic-based argumentative and communication skills.

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Characteristics and objectives
The Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy fosters the acquisition of knowledge in the history of philosophy, pairing it with logical, conceptual, and critical-hermeneutic skills. Students learn to think critically about theoretical and epistemological problems, about ethics, aesthetics and political theories.

Occupational opportunities
The argumentative skills and the analytical competence, partly acquired through the knowledge of history of philosophy, enable students with a BA to continue their studies and get a MA degree in Philosophy. However, those skills together with communicative and learning abilities make them also flexible from a working placement perspective, and able to adapt themselves to different jobs in information and communication sector, management and, in general, in non-profit companies.

From Bachelor's degree to Master's degree
The BA degree provides direct access to the Master's degree in Philosophical Sciences, as explained in the admission notice. It also allows for the enrolment in other MA degree courses, provided that the specific requirements are met.

  Teaching list

I Year COMPUTER USE [CFU 3] MORAL PHILOSOPHY (B) [CFU 9] HISTORY OF MODERN AND CONTEMPORARY PHILOSOPHY (B) [CFU 9] HISTORY OF ANCIENT PHILOSOPHY (B) [CFU 9] HISTORY OF MEDIAEVAL PHILOSOPHY (B) [CFU 9] HISTORY OF POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY (B) [CFU 9] THEORETICAL PHILOSOPHY (B) [CFU 9] TOPICS AND PROBLEMS IN THEORETICAL PHILOSOPHY (B) [CFU 9] PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE (B) [CFU 9] LOGIC (B) [CFU 9] FOREIGN LANGUAGE: FRENCH [CFU 3] FOREIGN LANGUAGE: ENGLISH [CFU 3] FOREIGN LANGUAGE: SPANISH [CFU 3] FOREIGN LANGUAGE: GERMAN [CFU 3] II Year GREEK LITERATURE [CFU 6] LATIN LITERATURE [CFU 6] ITALIAN LITERATURE [CFU 6] FRENCH LITERATURE [CFU 6] SPANISH LITERATURE [CFU 6] ENGLISH LITERATURE [CFU 6] GERMAN LITERATURE [CFU 6] THEORETICAL PHILOSOPHY [CFU 9] EPISTEMOLOGY [CFU 9] HISTORY OF MORAL PHILOSOPHY [CFU 9] PHILOSOPHY OF HISTORY [CFU 9] HISTORY OF AESTHETICS [CFU 9] AESTHETICS [CFU 9] PHILOSOPHY OF LANGUAGE [CFU 9] PHILOSOPHY OF MIND [CFU 9] HISTORY OF CONTEMPORARY PHILOSOPHY [CFU 9] HISTORY OF MODERN PHILOSOPHY [CFU 9] HISTORY OF PHILOSOPHY [CFU 9] HISTORY OF ANCIENT PHILOSOPHY [CFU 9] HISTORY OF MEDIAEVAL PHILOSOPHY [CFU 9]