202747 VO Applied Ontology

winter semester 2017/2018 | Last update: 08.05.2017 Place course on memo list
VO Applied Ontology
VO 2
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Advanced competence in the critical discussion of ontological naturalism.

Ontology and its application in (e.g.) biology, psychology, ethics, theology.
Implications of the acceptance / refusal of universals for an understanding of laws of nature; ontology of events and its applications in philosophy of mind; artefacts and organisms; persons: ontology and applied ethics; the relevance of ontology for theological questions.

Lecture inputs and discussion.

Oral exam.

Will be discussed in the first lesson.

For Bachelor's Programme in Philosophy at the Faculty of Catholic Theology (C 033 194): positive completion of compulsory modules 2 and 3.

This course is organized in cooperation with the Philosophisch-Theologische Hochschule Brixen. Please note that for admission you have to be a registered student of the Philosophisch-Theologische Hochschule Brixen (incl. tuition fee), additionally to the admission requirements of the University of Innsbruck. More information on the admission in Brixen: http://www.hs-itb.it/de/hochschulstudium/philosophie-studieren-in-brixen.html

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