Heidegger

instructed by Associate Prof. Dr. Metin BAL

DOKUZ EYLUL UnIversIty, İZMİR

Graduate School of SocIal ScIences

The Department of PhIlosophy

COURSE INFORMATION FORM

 

Name of Course

 HEIDEGGER

Code of Course

 PHIL 6007

Compulsory / Selective of Course

Elective

Level of Course

Graduate /PhD

ECTS

3

Hours (T)

10

Semester of Course

Fall semester

Course Lecturer

Associate Prof. Dr. Metin BAL

Felsefe Bölümü, Dokuz Eylül Üniversitesi,

Edebiyat Fakültesi, Öğretim Üyeleri Binası,  Tınaztepe Yerleşkesi,

PK: 35370, Buca - İzmir, Türkiye. Tel: ++ 90 (232) 412 79 03  - dahili tel: 19411, Fax: ++ 90 (232) 453 90 93

E-Posta: balmetin@gmail.com , Web: www.metinbal.net

Education system of the Course (Formal education, Distance education)

Formal/organized education (Örgün Eğitim)

Language of Course (Turkish, English, German)

Turkish

Course Objectives

 

Heidegger's critique of metaphysics and a new way of thinking represented by him are tried to be explained in context of German Idealism.

Additional Auxiliary Activities Recommended For Participants

Short-term activities:

1-) Participants of this course are expected to give a presentation on the major work of related philosopher to see to what extend knows the graduate student his/her subject.

2-) Archieve research on the primary and secondary sources of the subject.

3-) Biographical study about the philosopher.

4-) Study of chronological list of the complete works of related subject.

5-) Submission of weekly study of technical terms of the subject.

6-) The participants are expected to be interdisciplinary and to get in contact with other sciences.

Long-term activities:

7-) The participants are expected to immerse themselves in building foreign language skills.

8-) Retrospective and prospective readings in the history of philosophy about the subject.

Course Content

 

WEEKLY BASED DETAILED COURSE CONTENTS

 

 

 

Subjects

Theoretic

Practice

1

German Idealism and Heidegger in the history of philosophy

 

2

The question of Being and Aletheia

 

3

Fundamental ontology and hermeneutical phenomenology

 

4

Kant’s transcendental imagination

 

5

Kant’s anthropology and ontological approach to Kant

 

6

Critique of Critical Philosophy

 

7

Fichte and subject-object identity

 

8

MIDTERM EXAM

 

9

Hegel, Schelling and Absolute

 

10

Hegel’s concept of experience

 

11

Schelling’s idea of freedom

 

12

Anti-systematic thinking

 

13

Representational thinking and poetical thinking

 

14

What does  “the end of philosophy” mean?

 

15

The starting point of thinking

 

16

FINAL EXAM

 

 

 

Learning Outcomes: 1.By the end of this course students will be able to comprehend the framework of Heidegger's thinking.

2. determine the differences and common points between Heidegger's thought and traditional philosophy,

3. carry out arguments related to philosophical questions dealt with by Heidegger and convey the solutions reached to others,

4. present new questions of philosophy,

5. ground the answers to the new questions on safe foundations.

 

 

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