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Social Ontology

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Social Ontology

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Anno accademico 2020/2021

Codice attività didattica
FIL0350
Docente
Maurizio Ferraris (Titolare del corso)
Corso di studio
laurea magistrale in Filosofia
Philosophy International Curriculum M.A.
Anno
1° anno, 2° anno
Tipologia
Caratterizzante - Ambito: Istituzioni di filosofia
Crediti/Valenza
6
SSD attività didattica
M-FIL/01 - filosofia teoretica
Erogazione
Tradizionale
Lingua
Inglese
Frequenza
Facoltativa
Tipologia esame
Scritto ed orale
Tipologia unità didattica
corso
Prerequisiti

The course is intended for all students at the Laurea Magistrale level. The aim is for the student to acquire knowledge of the topics and themes discussed in class. The instructor's focus will be on the following skills: understanding, reasoning, contextualizing, and processing.

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Obiettivi formativi

 

The course is intended for all students at the Laurea Magistrale level. The aim is for the student to acquire knowledge of the topics and themes discussed in class. The instructor's focus will be on the following skills: understanding, reasoning, contextualizing, and processing.

 

 

The course is intended for all students at the Laurea Magistrale level. The aim is for the student to acquire knowledge of the topics and themes discussed in class. The instructor's focus will be on the following skills: understanding, reasoning, contextualizing, and processing.

 

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Risultati dell'apprendimento attesi

 

The evaluation will be based on a final written test followed by an oral discussion. The exam will be centered on the understanding of key notions and theses and on a critical analysis of the main themes developed during the course. The instructor will assess the students' argumentative abilities and the depth of their theoretical understanding. 
The students will have to demonstrate:
- deep knowledge of the subjects discussed;
- analytical and argumentative abilities in the discussion; 
- the capacity to integrate different philosophical notions;
- the capacity to quickly acquire new notions pertaining to the themes discussed during the course.

 

 

The evaluation will be based on a final written test followed by an oral discussion. The exam will be centered on the understanding of key notions and theses and on a critical analysis of the main themes developed during the course. The instructor will assess the students' argumentative abilities and the depth of their theoretical understanding. 
The students will have to demonstrate:
- deep knowledge of the subjects discussed;
- analytical and argumentative abilities in the discussion; 
- the capacity to integrate different philosophical notions;
- the capacity to quickly acquire new notions pertaining to the themes discussed during the course.

 

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Programma

 

The course aims to investigate the latest philosophical research in relation to theories describing the genesis of social reality and that of individual intentionality. We will examine two specific entities: "intentionality" and "documentality". According to intentionalism, society is the result of collective intentionality, and individual intentionality is a primitive. For the documentalistic approach, society is the result of documentality, which is also decisive to the genesis of individual intentionality. Finally, the way in which documentality comes into existence is not construction, but emergence: a long evolutionary chain rooted in our past (and present) animality – relationships of dominance and subordination, marking one's territory and so on – that generates documentality and its inherently normative nature. Eventually, the course will focus on what I have called "The Documedial Revolution".

 

 

The course aims to investigate the latest philosophical research in relation to theories describing the genesis of social reality and that of individual intentionality. We will examine two specific entities: "intentionality" and "documentality". According to intentionalism, society is the result of collective intentionality, and individual intentionality is a primitive. For the documentalistic approach, society is the result of documentality, which is also decisive to the genesis of individual intentionality. Finally, the way in which documentality comes into existence is not construction, but emergence: a long evolutionary chain rooted in our past (and present) animality – relationships of dominance and subordination, marking one's territory and so on – that generates documentality and its inherently normative nature. Eventually, the course will focus on what I have called "The Documedial Revolution".

 

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Modalità di insegnamento

 

Lectures

 

 

Lectures

 

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Modalità di verifica dell'apprendimento

 

The evaluation will be based on a final written test followed by an oral discussion.
To meet the course requirements the students will have to show the ability to present and analyze the topics developed in class; a good mastery of the scientific lexicon; the ability to identify connections and relations of interdependence among the notions and the theses studied during the course.  The final grade is based on a scale of thirty.

 

 

The evaluation will be based on a final written test followed by an oral discussion.
To meet the course requirements the students will have to show the ability to present and analyze the topics developed in class; a good mastery of the scientific lexicon; the ability to identify connections and relations of interdependence among the notions and the theses studied during the course.  The final grade is based on a scale of thirty.

 

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Testi consigliati e bibliografia

 

Exam program

Attending students: the content of the course and the study materials given during lessons

Non-attending students:
M. Ferraris, Documentality: Why It Is Necessary to Leave Traces, New York, Fordham University Press, 2012
M. Ferraris, "The Documental Revolution and the Archives of the Future". In J. M. Rabaté (Ed.), After Derrida. Literature, Theory and Criticism in the 21st Century, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2018
M. Ferraris, "From Capital to Documediality". In A. Romele, E. Terrone (eds.), The Age of Recording. A Philosophy of Digital Media, Basingstoke, Palgrave MacMillan, 2018

 

 

Exam program

Attending students: the content of the course and the study materials given during lessons

Non-attending students:
M. Ferraris, Documentality: Why It Is Necessary to Leave Traces, New York, Fordham University Press, 2012
M. Ferraris, "The Documental Revolution and the Archives of the Future". In J. M. Rabaté (Ed.), After Derrida. Literature, Theory and Criticism in the 21st Century, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2018
M. Ferraris, "From Capital to Documediality". In A. Romele, E. Terrone (eds.), The Age of Recording. A Philosophy of Digital Media, Basingstoke, Palgrave MacMillan, 2018

 

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Note

 

If you want to attend the course you have to register to the course on this page. Registration is mandatory.

For any information, please write to erica.onnis@unito.it.

 

 

If you want to attend the course you have to register to the course on this page. Registration is mandatory.

For any information, please write to erica.onnis@unito.it.

 

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