The debate on scientific progress in the second half of the 20th century.
Acquisition of skills, abilities and knowledge on the philosophy of science oriented to the history of science.
Development of comprehension skills of philosophical problems in general and of those developed in particular in the course.
Development of critical and argumentative skills as well as elaboration of original ideas.
Acquisition of lexical skills in the field of philosophy in general and philosophy of science in particular.
Development of the ability to communicate and argue in a clear and consistent manner also in relation to a non-specialist audience. Development of the capacity for rational discussion and effective defense of one's thesis, without losing the critical capacity to review one's theses in the light of cogent arguments.
be able to learn more about the topics covered, having acquired specific and transversal skills to learn new concepts and apply them appropriately.