COURSE INFORMATON
Course Title Code Semester L+P Hour Credits ECTS
History Of Philosophy (ancient-mediaeval, Renaissa FGO   203 3 3 3 4

Prerequisites and co-requisites Yok
Recommended Optional Programme Components None

Language of Instruction Turkish
Course Level First Cycle Programmes (Bachelor's Degree)
Course Type
Course Coordinator Assoc.Prof.Dr. Sadık Erol ER
Instructors
Doç. Dr.SADIK EROL ER1. Öğretim Grup:A
 
Assistants
Goals
To inquire problems related to universe of thought, knowledge, and ethical issues in Greek and Medieval, justification of medieval scholastic theology and discussion.
Content
In this lecture the following matters will be discussed: arkhe, being (Parmenides, Platon, Aristoteles), becoming (Herakleitos), ethics (Sokrates, Stoa, Epicure). Historical informations will be increased with critical comparisons between Sophists-Sokrates, Herakleitos-Parmenides and Plato-Aristotle. In The context of Mediaeval Philosophy, relations between theology and philosophy will be demonstrated focusing on the concepts such as absolute being, creation, will, salvation

Learning Outcomes
1) Understands the wisdom for philosophical understanding of Antiquity
2) Considers the problems related to truth, reality and rationalizing with the concepts of primary and secondary age
3) Understands the medieval discussion of universals
4) Knows the basic differences between periods of Antiquity Medieval and Renaissance
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Course's Contribution To Program
NoProgram Learning OutcomesContribution
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Explains theorical debates of three main areas (philosophy, sociology, psychology) in relation to today´s problems
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Knows the problems differed from past to present and examines these issues in terms of present-day
X
3
Defines required concepts of the three main areas (philosophy, sociology, psychology)
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Understands the problems encountered in the study area, solves and redirects
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Interpretes integrating theoretical knowledge with related disciplines, analyses and creates new information
X
6
Makes research sources of the main problems in field of Philosophy, Psychology and Sociology
X
7
The problems encountered in educatıonal environment and everyday life ıs evaluated from the perspective of sociology and psychology
X
8
Puts solutıon recommendations forward systematically and consistently in writing and orally for encountered problems and knowledge in the field
X
9
Takes responsibility individually and / or in a team, be leadership, and works effectively
X
10
Deals with problems related to man,society and values independently
X
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Access and use related printed information and other sources of information in the field
X
12
Be open to continuous self-development and research
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13
Shows sensivity to issues of social, philosophical, and literary
X
14
Follows software and hardware with printed and other information concerning with philosophy, social sciences ,educational sciences and education technologies, reaches, uses and improves effective ways of education-teaching.
X
15
Follows the developments and information in the field and and communicates with colleagues
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Gets ability of critical, different and creative thinking and multi-dimensional perspective
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Uses information related with his/her field in business and everyday life with the awareness of social responsibility
X

Course Content
WeekTopicsStudy Materials _ocw_rs_drs_yontem
1 Introduction to Greek Philosophy none Lecture
2 Miletus school, School of Elea, Heracleitus Reading theoretical section in related subject Lecture
Discussion
3 Empedocles and Anaxagoras Reading theoretical section in related subject Lecture
Discussion
4 Sophists and Socrates Reading theoretical section in related subject Lecture
Question-Answer
Discussion
5 Platos philosophy Reading theoretical section in related subject Lecture
Discussion
6 Aristotles philosophy Reading theoretical section in related subject Lecture
Discussion
7 Stoa School Reading theoretical section in related subject Lecture
Discussion
8 Mid term exam Reading theoretical section in related subject Testing
9 Epicureans Neo-Platonism Reading theoretical section in related subject Lecture
Discussion
10 Discussion of the Middle Ages and universals: Roscelinus, Aelardus Reading theoretical section in related subject Lecture
Discussion
11 Augustinus, Anselmus Reading theoretical section in related subject Lecture
Discussion
12 William Ockham and Duns Scotus Reading theoretical section in related subject Lecture
Discussion
13 Humanism in Renaissance Reading theoretical section in related subject Lecture
Discussion
14 Development of natural sciences Reading theoretical section in related subject Lecture
Question-Answer
Discussion
15 General Evaluation Course review Discussion
16-17 Final exam Preparing for the exam Testing

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