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Introduction To Philosophical Anthropology

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Alpha and Omega
Nov 24, 2022
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Introduction To Philosophical Anthropology
Published 2/2023
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz
Language: English | Size: 1.51 GB | Duration: 1h 39m

All the key philosophical concepts for understanding the essentials of being human​

What you'll learn
The key philosophical concepts when thinking about human beings
Thematic summaries of the key concepts, and their interrelations
A selection of the main philosophical theories and authors regarding these concepts
The value of understanding human beings theoretically, now and going forward
Simply an interest in the topic
This course introduces the exciting theoretical field of philosophical anthropology, namely the study of human being through concepts. It is divided into 12 lectures (listed below); after a free introduction each one then focuses on a key concept or cluster thereof. It takes a thematic approach and draws on some of the most important and well-known theories from the history of Western philosophy, and it also includes the tutors own take and formulation on a number of important issues. Short and selective lectures introduce one into each idea where the main points and angles presently clearly and concisely. It is designed to get you thinking about your own humanity, as well as those of others, and it can be used as a good prelude to further study on this fascinating topic. Each lecture comes with a list for further reading and a quiz.Lecture 1. IntroductionLecture 2. Reality, Perception and ImaginationLecture 3. Emotions and ValuesLecture 4. FreedomLecture 5. Space, Time and the BodyLecture 6. Thinking and the MindLecture 7. Intersubjectivity, Language and SocietyLecture 8. Ethics and PoliticsLecture 9. Aesthetics and ArtLecture 10. Nature, Being and MetaphysicsLecture 11. God and ReligionLecture 12. Going Forward: Sex, Race, Environment and TechnologyThe lecture style is academic, with clarity and concision top priorities. It aims to give an overall picture of the main philosophical concepts when considering human being, and it should be these very that captivate and enchant. I hope you will try the introduction and enjoy the course!
Section 1: Introduction
Lecture 1 Introduction
Lecture 2 Reality, Perception and Imagination
Lecture 3 Emotions and Values
Lecture 4 Freedom
Lecture 5 Space, Time and the Body
Lecture 6 Thinking and the Mind
Lecture 7 Intersubjectivity, Language and Society
Lecture 8 Ethics and Politics
Lecture 9 Aesthetics and Art
Lecture 10 Nature, Being and Metaphysics
Lecture 11 God and Religion
Lecture 12 Going Forward: Sex, Race, Environment and Technology
This course is for anyone interested in learning about some of the basics of philosophical anthropology, for prospective undergraduate students who would like to familiarize themselves with the topic before or during further study, or anyone interested in a general and selective introduction to the topic.


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Alpha and Omega
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