Study plan

 

Idealismo tedesco e filosofia moderna (percorso formativo valido anche ai fini del conseguimento del doppio titolo italo-tedesco)

First year

Orientamento unico
Course Semester CFU SSD Language
- A SCELTA DELLO STUDENTE First semester 12 Italian
I ANNO - Discipline classiche, storiche, antropologiche e politico-sociali Go to group
Solo percorso Italo-Tedesco - Affini I anno Go to group
Solo percorso Italo-Tedesco - Istituzioni di Filosofia - I anno Go to group
Solo percorso Italo-Tedesco - Storia della Filosofia - I anno Go to group

Second year

Orientamento unico
Course Semester CFU SSD Language
- A SCELTA DELLO STUDENTE First semester 6 Italian
1048054 - Deutscher Idealismus I First semester 12 M-FIL/06 deu
1048055 - Deutscher Idealismus II First semester 12 M-FIL/06 deu
AAF1164 - OTHER LANGUAGE SKILLS First semester 6 Italian
AAF1022 - Final exam Second semester 24 Italian

Filosofia

First year

Orientamento unico
Course Semester CFU SSD Language
- A SCELTA DELLO STUDENTE First semester 6 Italian
I ANNO - Discipline classiche, storiche, antropologiche e politico-sociali Go to group
I ANNO - Istituzioni di filosofia Go to group
I ANNO - STORIA DELLA FILOSOFIA Go to group
I ANNO - ATTIVITA' FORMATIVE AFFINI O INTEGRATIVE Go to group

Second year

Orientamento unico
Course Semester CFU SSD Language
- A SCELTA DELLO STUDENTE First semester 12 Italian
AAF1164 - OTHER LANGUAGE SKILLS First semester 6 Italian
AAF1022 - Final exam Second semester 24 Italian
II ANNO - Istituzioni di filosofia Go to group
II ANNO - ATTIVITA' FORMATIVE AFFINI O INTEGRATIVE Go to group

Optional Groups

I ANNO - Discipline classiche, storiche, antropologiche e politico-sociali: The student must acquire 6 CFU from the exams below
Course Year Semester CFU SSD Language
1024818 - CONTEMPORARY HISTORY I B First year First semester 6 M-STO/04 Italian
1052028 - Social Philosophy I First year First semester 6 SPS/01 English
1024818 - CONTEMPORARY HISTORY I B First year First semester 6 M-STO/04 Italian
1052028 - Social Philosophy I First year First semester 6 SPS/01 English
I ANNO - Istituzioni di filosofia: The student must acquire 18 CFU from the exams below
Course Year Semester CFU SSD Language
1052174 - LOGIC I A First year First semester 6 M-FIL/02 English
1026843 - STORIA DEL PENSIERO LINGUISTICO First year First semester 6 M-FIL/05 Italian
10589646 - DIDACTICS OF PHILOSOPHY First year First semester 6 M-FIL/05 Italian
1027350 - MORAL PHILOSOPHY I.II.A First year Second semester 6 M-FIL/03 Italian
1056173 - Feminism Philosophies and Gender Studies First year Second semester 12 M-FIL/03 Italian
1052037 - Philosophy of Science I First year Second semester 6 M-FIL/02 English
1052027 - Logic I First year Second semester 6 M-FIL/02 English
1056298 - Moral Theories I A First year Second semester 6 M-FIL/03 English
10589506 - DIGITAL HUMANITIES FOR PHILOSOPHY First year Second semester 6 M-FIL/05 English
1026851 - PHILOSOPHY AND SCIENCES OF THE ORGANIC WORLD First year Second semester 6 M-FIL/02 Italian
1023011 - BIOETHICS II A First year Second semester 6 M-FIL/03 Italian
I ANNO - STORIA DELLA FILOSOFIA: The student must acquire 18 CFU from the exams below
Course Year Semester CFU SSD Language
1023512 - HISTORY OF PHILOSOPHY I.I.B First year First semester 6 M-FIL/06 Italian
1052038 - Ancient Philosophy II First year First semester 6 M-FIL/07 English
1023568 - ANCIENT PHILOSOPHY III.II A First year First semester 6 M-FIL/07 Italian
1023526 - HISTORY OF MEDIEVAL PHILOSOPHY I.II.A First year First semester 6 M-FIL/08 Italian
1023562 - HISTORY OF ANCIENT PHILOSOPHY II.II A First year Second semester 6 M-FIL/07 Italian
1056192 - History of Ancient Philosophy I First year Second semester 12 M-FIL/07 English
1056299 - History of Medieval Philosophy I a First year Second semester 6 M-FIL/08 English
1026872 - HISTORY OF ARABIC PHILOSOPHY First year Second semester 6 M-FIL/06 Italian
I ANNO - ATTIVITA' FORMATIVE AFFINI O INTEGRATIVE: The student must acquire 12 CFU from the exams below
Course Year Semester CFU SSD Language
1023089 - HERMENEUTICS I First year First semester 12 M-FIL/01 Italian
1056187 - Law and Politics First year First semester 12 SPS/01 English
1023121 - POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY I B First year First semester 6 SPS/01 Italian
10589656 - Moral Theories First year First semester 6 M-FIL/03 Italian
99783 - EXPERIMENTAL PEDAGOGY First year First semester 6 M-PED/04 Italian
1022503 - PSICOLOGIA DELLO SVILUPPO E DELL'EDUCAZIONE First year First semester 6 M-PSI/04 Italian
1052034 - History of modern philosophy First year Second semester 6 M-FIL/06 English
1023068 - PHILOSOPHY OF RELIGION I First year Second semester 12 M-FIL/03 Italian
1027805 - THEORETICAL PHILOSOPHY I.II.A First year Second semester 6 M-FIL/01 Italian
1052033 - Aesthetics I First year Second semester 6 M-FIL/04 English
1022995 - PHILOSOPHIC ANTHROPOLOGY III First year Second semester 12 M-FIL/03 Italian
1052045 - Theoretical Philosophy II First year Second semester 12 M-FIL/01 English
1023734 - modern history II.I First year Second semester 6 M-STO/02 Italian
10589632 - HISTORY OF METAPHYSICS First year Second semester 6 M-FIL/06 English
1026893 - PRACTICAL PHILOSOPHY First year Second semester 12 M-FIL/03 Italian
1052044 - Aesthetics III First year Second semester 12 M-FIL/04 English
1026849 - history of aesthetics First year Second semester 6 M-FIL/04 Italian
1023665 - THEORETICAL PHILOSOPHY II.I A First year Second semester 6 M-FIL/01 Italian
II ANNO - Istituzioni di filosofia: The student must acquire 12 CFU from the exams below
Course Year Semester CFU SSD Language
1022990 - PHILOSOPHIC ANTHROPOLOGY Second year First semester 6 M-FIL/03 Italian
1044760 - HISTORY OF PHILOSOPHY OF LANGUAGE II Second year First semester 6 M-FIL/05 Italian
1056173 - Feminism Philosophies and Gender Studies Second year First semester 12 M-FIL/03 Italian
1056298 - Moral Theories I A Second year First semester 6 M-FIL/03 English
1052027 - Logic I Second year First semester 6 M-FIL/02 English
II ANNO - ATTIVITA' FORMATIVE AFFINI O INTEGRATIVE: The student must acquire 6 CFU from the exams below
Course Year Semester CFU SSD Language
1025009 - MEDIEVAL HISTORY I A Second year First semester 6 M-STO/01 Italian
1052039 - History of Brain and Mind Sciences Second year First semester 6 M-STO/05 English
1052041 - Social Philosophy II Second year First semester 6 SPS/01 English
1055062 - Early Modern History Second year First semester 6 M-STO/02 English
1052034 - History of modern philosophy Second year First semester 6 M-FIL/06 English
1023120 - POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY I A Second year First semester 6 SPS/01 Italian
1023011 - BIOETHICS II A Second year First semester 6 M-FIL/03 Italian
1023069 - PHILOSOPHY OF RELIGION I A Second year First semester 6 M-FIL/03 Italian
1027805 - THEORETICAL PHILOSOPHY I.II.A Second year First semester 6 M-FIL/01 Italian
1044820 - AESTHETICS Second year First semester 6 M-FIL/04 Italian
Solo percorso Italo-Tedesco - Affini I anno: The student must acquire 6 CFU from the exams below
Course Year Semester CFU SSD Language
1025009 - MEDIEVAL HISTORY I A First year First semester 6 M-STO/01 Italian
99783 - EXPERIMENTAL PEDAGOGY First year First semester 6 M-PED/04 Italian
1022503 - PSICOLOGIA DELLO SVILUPPO E DELL'EDUCAZIONE First year First semester 6 M-PSI/04 Italian
1052034 - History of modern philosophy First year Second semester 6 M-FIL/06 English
1027805 - THEORETICAL PHILOSOPHY I.II.A First year Second semester 6 M-FIL/01 Italian
1052033 - Aesthetics I First year Second semester 6 M-FIL/04 English
1023069 - PHILOSOPHY OF RELIGION I A First year Second semester 6 M-FIL/03 Italian
1025009 - MEDIEVAL HISTORY I A First year Second semester 6 M-STO/01 Italian
1055062 - Early Modern History First year Second semester 6 M-STO/02 English
1052039 - History of Brain and Mind Sciences First year Second semester 6 M-STO/05 English
1023120 - POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY I A First year Second semester 6 SPS/01 Italian
1026849 - history of aesthetics First year Second semester 6 M-FIL/04 Italian
Solo percorso Italo-Tedesco - Istituzioni di Filosofia - I anno: The student must acquire 30 CFU from the exams below
Course Year Semester CFU SSD Language
1044760 - HISTORY OF PHILOSOPHY OF LANGUAGE II First year First semester 6 M-FIL/05 Italian
1052174 - LOGIC I A First year First semester 6 M-FIL/02 English
1056173 - Feminism Philosophies and Gender Studies First year Second semester 12 M-FIL/03 Italian
1023068 - PHILOSOPHY OF RELIGION I First year Second semester 12 M-FIL/03 Italian
1027350 - MORAL PHILOSOPHY I.II.A First year Second semester 6 M-FIL/03 Italian
Solo percorso Italo-Tedesco - Storia della Filosofia - I anno: The student must acquire 6 CFU from the exams below
Course Year Semester CFU SSD Language
1023512 - HISTORY OF PHILOSOPHY I.I.B First year First semester 6 M-FIL/06 Italian
1023526 - HISTORY OF MEDIEVAL PHILOSOPHY I.II.A First year First semester 6 M-FIL/08 Italian
1052038 - Ancient Philosophy II First year First semester 6 M-FIL/07 English
1023562 - HISTORY OF ANCIENT PHILOSOPHY II.II A First year Second semester 6 M-FIL/07 Italian

The Masters Degree in Philosophy aims to provide students with the historical, theoretical and methodological skills specific to philosophical studies. An adequate knowledge of the historical course of philosophical thought, articulated in the chronological ancient, medieval, modern and contemporary fields will allow us to frame the positions of individual philosophers and the different movements of thought in a perspective view. Once an adequate awareness of the problems related to the historiographical methodology and the interpretation of texts has been acquired, the student will also acquire the hermeneutical tools and critical evaluation that are required in view of a personal elaboration of the philosophical issues. Teaching activities will involve the field of ethics, philosophy of politics and social sciences in general, and will address philosophy in its connection with legal disciplines, economics and ecology. In the aesthetic field, premises will be laid for a reflection which, starting from the forms of artistic expression, is extended to investigate conditions and structures of experience in general. The topics of discussion will be the great themes that affect human life in relation to the natural environment, language, the religious dimension and gender issues. The student will be equipped with analytical and logical-argumentative skills that serve to master the diversity of knowledge and the various models of rationality (theoretical, practical, linguistic or communicative). The student will be introduced to the logic and philosophy of science in relation to natural, physical and mathematical sciences, in a theoretical and historical perspective. Philosophy students can acquire a double degree by participating in the international Italian-German course on German Idealism and Modern European philosophy according to the methods prescribed by the agreement stipulated between Sapienza and the Universities of Jena and Padua. Graduates will be able to rely on a useful preparation to start a possible research career (PhD in "Philosophy" activated at the Department), as well as further degrees of training in view of higher education teaching. They can access, through competition, direct careers in public and private bodies (personnel management, studies and documentation office, public relations, etc.). Their training will enable them to work in the field of publishing, traditional or multimedia journalism and in general of all professions that are connected not only to the dissemination and organization of culture but also to the contact with society in the broadest sense.

You can access the Masters Degree in Philosophy (class LM-78) from any Bachelors Degree of class L-5 and class 29, as well as from the Degree in Philosophy (Old System). For those wishing to access this Masters Degree starting from non-philosophical first-level courses, at least 48 CFUs in philosophical disciplines are required (M-FIL / 01/02/04/05/06/07/08, SPS / 01 , M-STO / 05), 12 CFUs of historical and / or literary subjects (L-ANT / 02/03; M-STO / 01/02/04/05/07, L-FIL-LET / 10/11) . Students lacking some of the curricular requisites must earn the necessary credits, according to the modalities established by the University, before enrolling in the Masters Degree in Philosophy. The requisites for access to the international course on German Idealism and Modern European Philosophy and the related methods of verification are set by the executive provisions concerning the agreement between the Universities of Jena and Padua (ยงยง 2-3-4). In particular, the selection procedures are regulated autonomously by each partner university and the selection is the sole responsibility of the competent Degree Councils on site. The verification of personal preparation is done through the analysis of the student's career, with particular attention to the curriculum of the three-year degree course. The procedures for verifying the personal preparation of the student will be defined in the educational regulations of the course of study.

In order to apply for the Masters Degree thesis, the student must have achieved 96% of the CFU provided by his/her own study plan (108 for the Masters Degree). The student avails of a supervisor and a co-supervisor. The supervisor can be chosen among the professors of the Masters Degree in Philosophy. The supervisor will assign a cosupervisor, subject to the favourable opinion of the latter, choosing between: professors at the University, contract professors of the Masters Degree in Philosophy, experts of the subject officially recognized by the Department. The student must have taken at least one exam with the professor asked to act as a supervisor. To this end, the student can also take an exam offered in the Masters Degree by the supervisor.

A maximum of 5 points can be awarded for the Masters Degree thesis. The President of the Degree Course is responsible, through the Didactic Secretariat, for the formation of the commissions and for the determination of the calendar of thesis discussions. To the discussion of the Masters Degree thesis the commission will dedicate at least 30 minutes. The discussion will start with a presentation of the thesis by the graduating student.

The Masters Degree is divided into two years for a total of 120 ECTS credits. The internal distribution is structured as follows:

I year:

The student is required to achieve 60 credits by choosing among the courses provided in the following areas:

M-FIL / 01; M-FIL / 02; M-FIL / 03; M-FIL / 04; M-FIL / 05; M-FIL / 06; M-FIL / 07; M-FIL / 08; IUS / 20; SPS / 01; M-STO / 04; M-STO / 07.

II year:

The student is required to earn 30 credits by choosing among the courses provided in the following areas:

M-FIL / 01; M-FIL / 03; M-FIL / 04; M-FIL / 05; M-FIL / 06; L-ART / 02; L-LIN / 01; M-STO / 01; M-STO / 02; SPS / 08; M-PED / 04; M-PSI / 04. A further 30 CFUs are destined to draft the final elaborate.

It goes without saying that the methods used for the purpose of verifying the results achieved may include forms of oral, written and integrated oral / written examinations and that these may also include intermediate tests on individual or group exercises, as well as oral or written pre-exam tests. For further information on more specific methods of assessment, relating both to the teaching courses and to the final exam, please refer to the teaching activities of the individual professor and to the A5.B.