PHL100I - Philosophy Antropology
100 minutes / week
TBA in every semester
About the course
Course description and learning objectives
Student completing this course will be able to explain a philosophical reflection about human beings and philosophical thinking about the nature of human.
1. Introduction : Authentic human being and essential dimensions of man
2. Man and human motivation
3. Man and consciousness
4. Man determinism and free will
5. Man and truth
6. Man and his desire
7. Man and crime
8. Dark side of human life
9. Man and his body: a phenomonological approach
10. Man and his work: a philosophical reflection
11. Man and people
12. Man and death
13. Conclusion: Authentic human being
14. Epilogue: Man and intimacy, love, and dealing with others
1. Casirer, E., 1962. “An essay on man”, Yale: Yale University Press.
2. Dewey, J., 1925. “Experience and nature”, New York: Dover Publications.