Philosophy Propaedeutic 4
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Learning outcomes of the course unit
To introduce student to the philosophical though, particularly, in the context of the philosophy of plays, theatre and philosophy of embodiment.
Mode of study
Lectures, text analysis, moderated discussions, readings.
Prerequisites and co-requisites
Introductory Philosophy 2 focuses on the philosphy of dialogue and philosophy of anthropology and introduces, in particular the phenomenlogically, hermeutically and dialogically tuned philosphy.
- The spoken word as experience of the world
- Intuition vs. language and its potential
- I - You, I - That
- Philosophic - anthropologic aspects of acting.
Recommended or required reading
Gadamer, Hans-Georg: Člověk a řeč. Praha 1999.
Bergson, Henri: Myšlení a pohyb. Praha, 2003.
Buber, Martin: Já a ty. Praha 2005
Plessner, Helmuth: Mit anderen Augen. Aspekte einer philosophischen Anthropologie. Stuttgart, 1982.
Assessment methods and criteria
Credit is awarded based on: attendance and participation in lectures/classes, completion of the semester paper.
No schedule has been prepared for this course