602024 VO/2 History of Philosophy: Philosophy of law in the Enlightenment

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602024
History of Philosophy: Philosophy of law in the Enlightenment
VO 2
5
weekly
every 3rd semester
German

intimate knowledge of history of philosophy, as well as the capability of analyzing, interrelating and reflecting it; advanced philosophical reasoning.

The history of ideas in the Enlightenment is key to understand how constitutions, fundamental rights, parliamentary democracy, modern criminal law etc. have developed. This lecture introduces the thinking of well-known and less known philosophers of the 17th and 18th century and deals with the following topics: State formation and political legitimacy (popular sovereignty, Rights of Man/Woman, revolution and resistance); state and religion (secularization of law, tolerance, religious freedom); criminal law and reform (witchcraft, torture, death penalty); philosophy of international law and international relations.

Method: presentation and discussion

 

 

in written form  

 

 

 

not applicable
12.12.2019
Group 0
Date Time Location
Thu 2019-12-12 17.15 - 20.00 Hörsaal 1, Josef-Moeller-Haus Hörsaal 1, Josef-Moeller-Haus Barrier-free
Fri 2019-12-13 15.30 - 17.00 Hörsaal 5 Hörsaal 5 Barrier-free
Thu 2020-01-09 17.15 - 20.00 Hörsaal 1, Josef-Moeller-Haus Hörsaal 1, Josef-Moeller-Haus Barrier-free
Fri 2020-01-10 15.30 - 18.30 Hörsaal 5 Hörsaal 5 Barrier-free
Thu 2020-01-23 17.15 - 20.00 Hörsaal 1, Josef-Moeller-Haus Hörsaal 1, Josef-Moeller-Haus Barrier-free
Fri 2020-01-24 15.30 - 18.30 Hörsaal 5 Hörsaal 5 Barrier-free
Thu 2020-01-30 17.15 - 20.00 Hörsaal 1, Josef-Moeller-Haus Hörsaal 1, Josef-Moeller-Haus Barrier-free
Fri 2020-01-31 15.30 - 18.30 Hörsaal 5 Hörsaal 5 Barrier-free
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602024-0 2019-09-01 00:00 - 2020-01-20 23:59
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