The Course provides a map – all along with a genealogical approach to the considered conceptual tools – of the main debates in contemporary Political philosophy concerning single issues, that will be identified every year.

The Course is intended to the acquisition of:
an in-depth knowledge of authors and texts in contemporary Political philosophy;
critical and interpretative conceptual tools both in reading and in debating;
skills in the written exposition of the considered issues.

International students can ask for writing the paper in their native language or in English.


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Mutuazione: 20710612 FILOSOFIA POLITICA CONTEMPORANEA - LM in Scienze umane per l'ambiente LM-1 GIARDINI FEDERICA


For a humanistic approach to the socio-environmental crisis: the Environmental Humanities
How can we think about humanistic education in an era that is defined as the Anthropocene?
This course addresses the various implications and articulations of an up-to-date humanistic education that is in tune with the issues of the present.

Core Documentation

M. Amiero, F. Giardini, D. Angelucci, D. Gentili, D. Balicco, I. Bussoni, Environmental Humanities I. Scienze sociali, politica, ecologia, DeriveApprodi 2021

Type of delivery of the course

Lectures and debates

Type of evaluation

A paper (about 30,000 digits) on the topics and texts of the course to be discussed at the oral exam. The paper must be delivered ten days before the chosen exam date by e-mail to: federica.giardini@uniroma3.it Erasmus students can present their paper in their native language or in English

Mutuazione: 20710612 FILOSOFIA POLITICA CONTEMPORANEA - LM in Informazione, editoria, giornalismo LM-19 (docente da definire)