The Lublin Philosophical School - Personalism (konwersatorium) - 2018/2019

Course description
General information
Lecturer:dr hab. Arkadiusz Gudaniec
Organising unit:Faculty of Philosophy - Instytut Filozofii
Number of hours (week/semester): 1/15
Language of instruction:English
Course objective
C1. presentation of the concept of a person specific to the Lublin School of Philosophy
C2. analysis of the position of personalism, different concepts of the person in confrontation with the Lublin proposal
Prerequisites
W1. basic knowledge in the field of general history and history of culture
W2. the ability to think critically
Learning outcomes
KNOWLEDGE
K_W01 student has a comprehensive knowledge and in-depth understanding of the role of philosophical reflection in shaping spiritual culture
K_W02 has extended knowledge about the place and importance of philosophy in relation to theology and sciences, as well as the specificity of subject and methodology of philosophy
K_W03 knows the terminology of basic philosophical systems and the most important positions of philosophical anthropology
SKILLS
K_U03 knows how to independently acquire knowledge and develop research skills and undertake autonomous activities aimed at developing skills and managing one\'s own professional career
K_U06 has the ability to argue in speech and writing, correctly using specialized terminology, using own views and views of other authors, and formulating conclusions
SOCIAL COMPETENCES (ATTITUDES)
K_K04 can make an in-depth analysis of the situation and problems and independently formulate proposals for their solution
K_K06 participates in cultural life, using various media and its various forms, is interested in current events and trends in philosophy and culture
Teaching method
lecture using audiovisual presentation methods; discussion, analysis of selected texts, problem methods
Course content description
1. the concept of a person specific to the Lublin School of Philosophy
2. the position of personalism as such
3. different concepts of a person in confrontation with the Lublin proposal
Forms of assessment
Poor assessment
(W) the student has no knowledge and understanding of the role of philosophical reflection, he has no knowledge of the place and importance of philosophy in relation to other sciences, he does not know the terminology of basic philosophical systems and the most important positions of philosophical anthropology
(U) is not able to independently acquire knowledge and develop research skills, does not have the ability to argue in speech and writing, misuses specialized terminology, can not use own views and views of other authors, as well as formulate conclusions
(K) he can not make an in-depth analysis of the situation and problems and independently formulate proposals for solving them

Fair rating
(W) the student has sufficient knowledge and understanding of the role of philosophical reflection, has elementary knowledge about the place and importance of philosophy in relation to other sciences, knows the basic terminology of philosophical systems and the most important positions of philosophical anthropology
(U) is able to acquire knowledge and develop elementary research skills, has sufficient ability to argue in speech and writing, correctly applies specialized terminology, can minimally use own views and views of other authors, as well as formulate conclusions
(K) can analyze the situation and problems and make attempts to formulate their own solutions

Evaluation of good
(W) the student has a good knowledge and understanding of the role of philosophical reflection, has a good knowledge of the place and importance of philosophy in relation to other sciences, knows well the terminology of basic philosophical systems and the most important positions of philosophical anthropology
(U) is able to independently acquire knowledge and develop research skills, has a good ability to argue in speaking and writing, correctly employs specialized terminology, can make good use of own views and views of other authors, as well as formulate conclusions
(K) is able to make an in-depth analysis of the situation and problems and to formulate proposals for solving them

Very good rating
(W) the student has a very good knowledge and understanding of the role of philosophical reflection, has a very good knowledge of the place and importance of philosophy in relation to other sciences, fluently mastered the terminology of basic philosophical systems and the most important positions of philosophical anthropology
(U) is able to independently acquire knowledge and develop research skills, has a very good ability to argue in speech and writing, correctly and originally uses specialized terminology, can very well use own views and views of other authors, as well as formulate original conclusions
(K) is able to make an in-depth analysis of the situation and problems and to formulate proposals for solving them
Required reading list
M. A. Krąpiec, A. Maryniarczyk, The Lublin Philosophical School, Lublin 2010
T. Duma, Personalism in the Lublin School of Philosophy, Studia Gilsoniana 5:2 (April–June 2016): 365–390
Field of study: Philosophy
Course listing in the Schedule of Courses:
Year/semester:Year II - Semester 4
Number of ECTS credits: 1
Form of assessment: Grade