Concept of individualism is the moral stance, political philosophy, ideology, social outlook. Individualism and society. Emotional self-interest. Philosophical individualism (ethical egoism, existentialism, humanism, hedonism, solipsism, libertinism).
The Yijing/Binary System Episode involved Leibniz' discovery of a de facto representation of the binary number system in the sixty-four-hexagram Fu Xi "Yijing." Understood and recognized the importance of the double geometric progression in the diagram.
Study the generally acknowledged definition of hermeneutics. Dynamics of development of the philosophical concept. The justification of the indissoluble unity of language semiotic and hermeneutic studies in the context of the process of interpretation.
A formal system with its semantics, metatheory, and rules. The usual methods of empirical science to assess the correctness of his descriptions. Moderating the antipsychologism that permeates contemporary philosophical thinking about rationality.
The critique of instrumental reason. Ideology and ideological state apparatuses (notes towards an Investigation). Determinacy and indeterminacy in the theory of ideology. ideology and its vicissitudes in western Marxism. Postmodernism and the market
Introduction to medieval philosophy. A synthesis of the christian theology and logic. Apostolic fathers, directly adjacent to the apostles. Scholastica - a systematic medieval philosophy. Problems of body, soul. Achievements thinkers of the middle ages.
The role of Eudaimonia in Aristotle's ethics. Some issues in Aristotle's moral psychology, virtue and reason. Projection and truth in ethics. Aesthetic value, objectivity and the fabric of the word. Meaning and intentionality in wittgenstein's philosophy.
The purification of the human consciousness in the basis of Husserl's philosophy. The contribution of S. Freud, C. Jung and A. Adler to the philosophy. The development of social pathology in the writings of K. Horni. The greatest neofreudist E. Fromm.
An issue both of great importance and of formidable complexity in suggesting that certain transformations of time-experience are intrinsically involved with modernism in art. Commodified time as an inherent part of experience in contemporary capitalism.
1950-s and 1960-s - a great historical change has taken place in, at least, industrial or postindustrial countries. The new era of Postmodernity philosophy is started. Characteristics creativity of the most famous, talented Italian postmodernist writers.
Characteristic of the specificity of moral norms. Analysis of the formation of moral rules, principles and normative value of ideas. Study of the noral values in human existence. Characteristic of religion and religious values, and values in law.
In Anarchy, State and Utopia Nozick approaches political philosophy within a framework which at first sight seems both familiar and congenial to contemporary liberal thought. There are different concerns which lead people to call for greater equality.
Truth as obviously a crucially important topic in a theory of knowledge. Consideration of the characteristics of transcendentalism and realism. The idea of a conceptual frame work as important in a consideration of the three philosophers in discussion.
The most significant concepts in the philosophy of language. A feature of philosophical knowledge of the XX century. Hard determination of scientific apparatus of modern science. Exploring the theory and practice of interpretation by hermeneutics.
Biography of Plato, trained at the Academy in Athens. Plato's philosophical views; doctrine of ideas, of two worlds: ideas and forms. In the "State" Plato also gives us the basis of the doctrine of the human soul, of beauty, of love, of knowledge.
The meaning of the term postmodern and its usage in philosophy and social theory. Unity and plurality. Poststructuralism and postmodernism. Universalism and freedom. Difference and multiplicity, simulacra and simulation. Criticism without foundations.
"Ex-centering" of reality. The distinction and incompatibility between the thought and the real. Conjunction of idea and reality, in the shadow of the enlightenment and of modernity. The idea of simulacrum as a conceptual weapon against reality.
The evolution of views on human in the context of anthropological foundations of humanistic governance. The characteristics and conditions of achievements of the human dimension. Analysis of the human dimension as the paradigm of European philosophy.
The theory of powers of Warburton. The Essai on language using of rhetorical schemes in the interpretation of writing, its history, and its varying and unvarying features, in the genesis of idolatry oneirocritical knowledge. A general system of writings.
Structuralism is a theoretical paradigm positing that elements of human culture must be understood in terms of their relationship to a larger, overarching system. It works to uncover the structures that underlie all the things that humans do and think.