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研究生国际化课程:基督教哲学专题研究

发表时间:2011-11-11 浏览人数: 作者:admin

课程名称中文:基督教哲学专题研究
 英文:Symposiums on Christian Philosophy
课程代码406.531授课语言英语
上课日期2011.11.15-2011.11.25上课地点东五楼432
课程教学   
具体时间教学内容授课教师学时
11月15下午
2:00—5:30
The Greek view of the universe and Aristotle's study of locomotion (act and potency).Kenneth Bryson4
11月16下午
2:00—5:30
Aquinas' metaphysics of creation, the transcendental properties of being. The metaphysics of human death as the final act of a being in potency.Kenneth Bryson4
11月17下午
2:00—5:30
Aquinas' epistemology and the mind-body connection. William Carlo and the immateriality of thought. Some epistemological issues: the concept and the idea, freedom of the will. Jacques Maritain and the Degrees of KnowledgeKenneth Bryson4
11月18下午
2:00—5:31
Aquinas' ethics (natural law) and some applications: euthanasia, assisted suicide, suicide, homosexuality, the environment (Lynn White's criticism), the suffering of innocent victims (John Hick), healing and curing. Reason and faith as complementarities.Kenneth Bryson4
11月19下午
2:00—5:32
Descartes' Meditations as the solution to a problem. The beginnings of science and technology. Can science and technology tell us everything about existence or do we need the humanities? The paradoxical ways of reason (Emile Meyerson)Kenneth Bryson4
11月21下午
2:00—5:33
Kierkegaard's subjective truth and the opposition between reason and faithKenneth Bryson4
11月22下午
2:00—5:34
Gabriel Marcel's philosophy of participation: the revolt against the 'technocratic mentality'.Kenneth Bryson4
11月23下午
2:00—5:35
The existence and nature of God (St Anselm, Aquinas, Descartes, Blaise Pascal, Jacques Maritain, John Wild).Kenneth Bryson4
11月24下午
2:00—5:36
The meaning of Genesis 1:26. Does science and technology reverse this view of creation so that we can now make God in our image and likeness?Kenneth Bryson4
11月25下午
2:00—5:37
The meaning of human death in Christianity. The problem of personal identity. Addenda: Is Martin Heidegger a mystic? Does being's unconcealment (unverborgenheit) move us beyond temporality?Kenneth Bryson4