Major: International Relations
Code of subject: 6.291.01.O.028
Lecturer: PhD. in Philosophical Sciences, Associate Professor, Oksana Onyshchuk
Semester: 4 семестр
Mode of study: денна
Learning outcomes: Studies Outcomes: The goals of study: the goals of the study this module is to acquaint students with ideas and original texts of famous representatives of philosophy; to orient the students regarding actual problems of contemporary philosophy; to teach students how to use philosophical analysis in order to resolve the problem of a human being and science; to demonstrate the deep similarity between philosophy, science and arts. As a result of studying the students must know: - Social and historical meaning of philosophy and particularities of world-view knowledge. - The main periods of philosophy’s development, the time and the conditions of emergences of different philosophical paradigms. - The main ideas of the famous philosophers and its values for European civilization. - The main problems of philosophy and its vital significance. - The meaning of basic philosophical terminology. Be able: - To correlate and analyze advantages and mistakes of main philosophical point of views. - To compare scientific and philosophical vision of certain problems. - To analyze well-known collected fragments of philosophical books. - To analyze the problems of life using the philosophical categories and concepts. - To formulate and articulate own philosophical position concerning world-view issues.
Required prior and related subjects: History of European Civilization and Ukrainian Culture, History of Ukraine, Sociology
Summary of the subject: Content of Module: Philosophy as intellectual form of a human being’s activity, Ancient Philosophy (India, China, Greece), Medieval Philosophy and Philosophy of the Renaissance, Philosophy of Modern Times, German Classical Philosophy, the Transition from Classical to Non-Classical Philosophy, Philosophy of XX –XXI centuries, Ukrainian Philosophy, The Problem of Being in Philosophy, Consciousness as Philosophical Problem, Cognition: Its Structure and Dynamics, A Human Being as the Subject of Philosophical Reflection, Philosophy of History, Social Philosophy, The Philosophical Issues of Contemporary Culture and Civilization.
Assessment methods and criteria: - Current control (40%): oral examination, tests, reports. - Final control (60%): exam
Recommended books: 1. Petrushenko V.L. Filosofia: Kurs lektsij. Navchal’nyj posibnyk dla studentiv vyschych navchal’nych zakladiv III-IV rivniv akredetatsij. – L’viv, 2008. 2. Hysev V. I. Zakhidna filosofia Novoho chasu. XVII-XVIII. – Kyiv, 2000. 3. Hors’kyj V. S. Istoria ukrajins’koji filosofii. – Kyiv, 2001. 4. Skraton R. Korotka istoria novitn’oji filosopfii. – Kyiv, 1998. 5. Tatarkevych V. Istoria filosofii. T.1-3. – L’viv, 1998-1999. 6. Chyzevs’kyj D. Narysu istorii filosofii na Ukrajini. – Kyiv, 1991.