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PHL300BB(哲学 / Philosophy 300)
Special Lecture on Philosophy (7)-2

Kazuhiko UZAWA

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Faculty/Graduate school Faculty of Letters
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Year 2023
Class code A2225
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Term 秋学期授業/Fall
Day/Period 水5/Wed.5
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Campus 市ヶ谷
Classroom name 市Y‐Y702
Grade 2~4
Credit(s) 2
Open Program
Open Program (Notes)
Global Open Program
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Interdepartmental class taking system for Academic Achievers (Notes) 2~4
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Diversity CP
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Chiyoda Campus Consortium
Category 哲学科
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In the late 1780s, Kant systematically deepened and developed his critical philosophy by recognizing the a priori principle in the pleasant and unpleasant emotions (life emotions). This influence extends from his contemporaries, the poets Schiller and Goethe, to various fields of modern thought (political philosophy, phenomenology, and hermeneutics). This class will focus on "The Critique of Judgment" to clarify Kant's foundations of aesthetics and natural teleology and the systematic significance of the Third Critique. By tracing the speculations that lead from the analysis of life emotions to the discussion of theology, we aim to learn the innermost truths of critical philosophy. Read the textbook and find points you do not understand (2 hours). Review whether your questions find an answer (2 hours). If you have any questions, please write them down in the posting section of Hoppii, the class support system. The assignment (A) and the final report (B) will be 50% each. The evaluation standard will lie in (1) whether you have a correct understanding of Kant's problem setting, concepts, and methods, and (2) whether the structure and expression of the assignments and reports, in the form of answers to questions, are written in a way that readers can understand.

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日本語 / Japanese