Course: Philosophy for filologic Fields

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Course title Philosophy for filologic Fields
Course code KFI/FFIL
Organizational form of instruction Lecture + Seminar
Level of course Bachelor
Year of study not specified
Semester Winter and summer
Number of ECTS credits 5
Language of instruction Czech
Status of course unspecified
Form of instruction Face-to-face
Work placements This is not an internship
Recommended optional programme components None
Lecturer(s)
  • Kastnerová Martina, PhDr. Ph.D.
Course content
The following topics will be focused: Philosophy - subject, categories, problems. Fundamental disciplines of philosophy. Chosen problems of theoretic consideration of language. Philosophy and language and analytic philosophy. Hermeneutics and problem of interpretation. Fiction and reality in theory of interpretation. Mimesis as a traditional aesthetic concept, its critics and contemporary analyzes; fictional worlds and theory of interpretation - L. Dolezel, R. Ronenova. Poststructuralism and theory of interpretation - M. Foucault, R. Barthes, U. Eco. Idea of historicism in theory of interpretation - concept of historism and historicity of interpretation, fiction and history, New Historicism (S. Greenblatt), New Criticism and F. Kermode.

Learning activities and teaching methods
Individual study, Textual studies, Lecture, Seminar
  • Undergraduate study programme term essay (20-40) - 30 hours per semester
  • Presentation preparation (report) (1-10) - 10 hours per semester
  • Contact hours - 52 hours per semester
  • Preparation for an examination (30-60) - 38 hours per semester
prerequisite
professional knowledge
Course requires no special prior knowledge and skills.
learning outcomes
Students will be able to summarize and explain crucial aspects of the basics of philosophy and the main interpretative conceptions. They will be taught to use basic terminology and methods of these concepts and to analyze it critically.
teaching methods
Lecture
Seminar
Textual studies
Individual study
assessment methods
Combined exam
Skills demonstration during seminar
Report
Seminar work
Recommended literature
  • Anzenbacher, Arno. Úvod do filozofie. Praha : Protál, 2004. ISBN 80-7178-804-X.
  • Compagnon, Antoine. Démon teorie : literatura a běžné myšlení. Vyd. 1. Brno : Host, 2009. ISBN 978-80-7294-324-1.
  • Coreth, Emerich. Co je člověk? : základy filozofické antropologie. 1. vyd. Praha : Zvon, 1996. ISBN 80-7113-170-9.
  • Coreth, Emerich; Ehlen, Peter; Schmidt, Josef. Filosofie 19. století. null. Olomouc : Nakladatelství Olomouc, 2003. ISBN 80-7182-157-8.
  • Coreth, Emerich. Filosofie 20. století. 1. vyd. Olomouc : Nakladatelství Olomouc, 2006. ISBN 80-7182-209-4.
  • Coreth, Emerich; Schöndorf, Harald. Filosofie 17. a 18. století. null. Olomouc : Nakladatelství Olomouc, 2002. ISBN 80-7182-119-5.
  • Demjančuk, Nikolaj. Filosofie a vědecké myšlení : proměna obrazu vědy v analytické tradici. 1. vyd. Dobrá Voda : Aleš Čeněk, 2002. ISBN 80-86473-19-8.
  • Doležel, Lubomír. Heterocosmica : fikce a možné světy. Vyd. 1. Praha : Karolinum, 2003. ISBN 80-246-0735-2.
  • Eco, U. Meze interpretace. Praha : Karolinum, 2009. ISBN 80-246-0740-9.
  • Grondin, J. Dějiny hermeneutiky. Praha: Oikuméné, 1997.
  • Hankins, James. Renesanční filosofie. Vyd. 1. Praha : OIKOYMENH, 2011. ISBN 978-80-7298-418-3.
  • Heinzmann, Richard. Středověká filosofie. null. Olomouc : Nakladatelství Olomouc, 2000. ISBN 80-7182-105-5.
  • Petříček, Miroslav. Úvod do (současné) filosofie : [11 improvizovaných přednášek]. 4., upravené vyd. Praha : Herrmann & synové, 1997.
  • Ricken, Friedo. Antická filosofie. null. Olomouc : Nakladatelství Olomouc, 1999. ISBN 80-7182-092-X.
  • Röd, Wolfgang. Novověká filosofie. I, Od Francise Bacona po Spinozu. Praha : Oikoymenh, 2001. ISBN 80-7298-039-4.
  • Welsch, Wolfgang. Naše postmoderní moderna. 1. vyd. Praha : Zvon, 1994. ISBN 80-7113-104-0.


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