Course in Latin for Philosophers (lektorat) - 2019/2020
dr hab. Monika Komsta
Faculty of Philosophy - Instytut Filozofii
Number of hours (week/semester):
Language of instruction:
C1 1. to acquire knowledge of the Latin vocabulary, especially latin philosophical vocabulary
C2 knowledge of Latin grammar structures, gramatical rules
C3 ability to translate Latin texts
general knowledge of history of Europe and Rome
W_01: Knows grammatical structure of Latin sentence and gramatical forms of words,
W_02: Knows Latin vocabulary, W03, W04;
W_03: Knows Latin philosophical terms,W03, W04.
U_01: Is able to translate Latin text, U03, U09;
U_02: Is able to recognise the grammatical structure of Latin text, U03, U09.
K_01: Can justify the role of Latin and responsibility for preserving the cultural heritage of the region, country and Europe, K01.
work on texts, translation
Course content description
The Latin Course contains knowledge on history and culture of ancient Rome. Student acquires knowledge about grammatical structures, Latin vocabulary and original classical texts, Latin philosophical terms.
Forms of assessment
A student does not have a competence in analysing philosophical texts and does not understand the basic content of the tutorials;
A student is not engaged in the process of acquiring the knowledge offered within tutorials
A student knows basic grammatical terms and concepts, is able to recognise the structure of Latin sentence, is able to translate an easy Latin text.
A student knows grammatical concepts and terms, is able to inflect Latin words and translate original Latin text. A student is engaged in the process of acquiring the knowledge offered within tutorials.
(5) Very good
A student knows grammatical concepts and terms, is able to inflect Latin words and translate long original Latin text, knows Latin philosophical terms and their English translation.
Required reading list
W.C. Collar, M.G. Daniell, \"First Year Latin\" , Boston 1902.
Ch. Bennett, \"A Latin Grammar\", Boston, Chicago 1913.
William Whitaker\'s Words: http://archives.nd.edu/words.html
Field of study: Philosophy
Course listing in the Schedule of Courses:
Year I - Semester 1
Number of ECTS credits: 3
Form of assessment: Grade