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Final oral examination
Direct acquaintance with one or more classical works of the philosophical tradition. Comprehension and contextualization of each classical work in its theoretical and historical dimensions. Development of ability to analyze and critically understand philosophical texts, and in particular to identify and evaluate argumentations, through guided reading and discussion of the work/s, or by individual study of the work/s.
Moral philosophies of Aristotle and Kant compared
Aristotle, Nicomachean Ethics
Kant, Grounding for the Metaphysics of Morals
Otfried Höffe, Etica senza e con metafisica: gli esempi di Aristotele e Kant, in Iride 22 (2009) n. 3, pp. 561-576
Taught lectures; readings of key texts