Course in Latin for Philosophers (lektorat) - 2017/2018
dr hab. Monika Komsta
Faculty of Philosophy - Instytut Filozofii
Number of hours (week/semester):
Language of instruction:
1)the aim of the course is to introduce the students to the Latin vocabulary (especially philosophical vocabulary)
2) knowledge of Latin grammar structures
3) knowledge of Roman History and Culture .
general knowledge of history of Europe and Rome
(W): 1) student knows some basic grammar structure of Latin K_W03
2) student knows original Latin texts, K_W01, K_W02
3) student possesses basic knowledge on Roman cultural life, K_W09.
(U):1) student is able to analyze grammar structures in Latin texts K_U09
2) student can analyze philosophical Latin texts K_U05
3) student can translate Latin texts K_U04.
(K) 1) student is able to analyze grammar problems and translate text, K_K04
2) student is aware of the role of Latin in European culture K_K05
work on texts, translation
Course content description
The Latin course contains knowledge on history and culture of ancient Rome. Student gets to know grammar structures and Latin vocabulary and
original classical texts
Forms of assessment
unsatisfactory (fail): (W) student has no knowledge on Latin grammar and vocabulary, (U) student cannot analyze and translate the Latin text, (K) student does not take part
Satisfactory: (W) student has some general knowledge on Latin vocabulary and basic
grammar, (U) student can translate some simple Latin texts, (K) student is not active in
Good: (W) student has knowledge on Latin vocabulary and grammar, (U) student can translate Latin texts, (K) student is active in the classes.
Very good: (W) student has knowledge about Latin vocabulary, grammar and culture of ancient Rome, (U) student can translate Latin texts and analyze the grammar, (K) student is active in the classes and wants to develop his knowledge and skills.
Required reading list
Hans H. Orberg, Lingua Latina per se illustrata, pars I Familia Romana, 2008.
Field of study: Philosophy
Course listing in the Schedule of Courses:
Year I - Semester 2
Number of ECTS credits: 2
Form of assessment: Grade