Lato-sensu Post-graduation

Contemporary Philosophy

The specialization course in Contemporary Philosophy is targeted at those interested in philosophically discussing issues of the contemporary world, organized in four areas: science, art, politics and ethics (subjectivity). Philosophical reflections on these themes are oriented based on the study of four major currents of contemporary thought: Phenomenology, the Critical Theory of Society, the Analytical Philosophy of Language and French Contemporary Philosophy.

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Art and Philosophy

The specialization in Art and Philosophy was the created with the aim of promoting greater dialogue between those directly or indirectly involved in the practical pursuit of artistic activities and those who theorize about art, employing notions of the reasonably recent discipline of Aesthetics. The programme was designed with a view to reducing the distance between the currently highly separated spheres of “doing” and “thinking”, in the hope that the course may offer, both to philosophers and artists, a genuine invitation to think. For this reason, instead of systematically running through the history of different currents of aesthetics, we opted for a less extensive educational curriculum, in order to allow greater space for disciplines that address matters relating to different fields of art, such as music, dance, theatre, Greek Tragedy, literature, cinema, television, and the visual arts in general.

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Ancient Philosophy

The specialization course in Ancient Philosophy is targeted at those who seek a more extensive training in this field. The programme, divided into five academic semesters, was designed with the aim of being the most complete possible, covering everything from Greek Myths to Hellenic Philosophy. In addition to this, the course seeks to forge a link between ancient, modern and contemporary thinking. The visions of Hegel, Nietzsche and Heidegger, as well as the reflections of commentators such as M. Foucault, T. Adorno, Hannah Arendt, W. Heisenberg, and others, are studied in exclusive disciplines.

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