The physical conception of time, from Aristotle to Einstein.
Acquisition of skills, abilities and knowledge on the philosophy of physics and its impact on the philosophy of science.
Development of the ability to understand philosophical problems in general and those developed in the course in particular.
Development of critical and argumentative skills as well as the elaboration of original ideas.
Ability to apply the knowledge acquired for solving problems, especially in historiographical and philosophical, in harmony with the general objectives of the course of study.
Acquisition of lexical skills in the field of scientific historiography and philosophy of science.
Development of the ability to communicate and argue in a clear and coherent manner also with a non-specialist audience. Development of the capacity for rational discussion and effective defence of one's thesis, without losing the critical ability to review one's thesis in the light of cogent arguments.
be put in a position to deepen the issues, having acquired specific and transversal skills to learn new concepts and to apply them correctly.