202122 SE Knowledge and Cognition: Reading Course: Basic Texts on Social Epistomology

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202122
SE Knowledge and Cognition: Reading Course: Basic Texts on Social Epistomology
SE 1
2
every 2 weeks
annually
German

This class aims to acquaint students with some important contributions to this literature.

Traditional epistemology emphasizes the cognitive abilities of individuals, such as sense perception and deductive and inductive reasoning, as sources of knowledge. However, a large part of our knowledge comes from other people: our parents, teachers, and the broader society. In the last 30 years there has been a rich and fast-growing literature about the way in which knowledge can be gained from other people.

Text reading, student presentations and discussions.

Essay, student presentation

Short essays or extracts from contemporary literature.

For Bachelor's Programme in Philosophy at the Faculty of Catholic Theology: positive completion of compulsory modules 2 and 3.

not applicable
05.10.2017
Group 0
Date Time Location
Thu 2017-10-05
10.00 - 11.45 SR I (Theologie) SR I (Theologie) Barrier-free
Thu 2017-10-19
10.00 - 11.45 SR I (Theologie) SR I (Theologie) Barrier-free
Thu 2017-11-09
10.00 - 11.45 SR I (Theologie) SR I (Theologie) Barrier-free
Thu 2017-11-23
10.00 - 11.45 SR I (Theologie) SR I (Theologie) Barrier-free
Thu 2017-12-07
10.00 - 11.45 SR I (Theologie) SR I (Theologie) Barrier-free
Thu 2018-01-11
10.00 - 11.45 SR I (Theologie) SR I (Theologie) Barrier-free
Thu 2018-01-25
10.00 - 11.45 SR I (Theologie) SR I (Theologie) Barrier-free