CHC-1 Theories of historical alteration: Crisis, critique and utopia

CHC-1 Theories of historical alteration: Crisis, critique and utopia

COURSE INFORMATION

Learning outcomes: After having attended the course, students should be able to reconstruct a) the main articulations of Kant’s philosophy of history; b) the Marxian understanding of the concepts of critique and crisis; c) the way in which 19th century utopian thought thematizes the questions of crisis and of social change; d) the way in which sociological and philosophical approaches to the phenomenon of utopia construe it as a constitutive factor of historical change.

General Competences: 
Production of free, creative and inductive thinking.
Production of new research ideas.

School:

Social Sciences

Academic Unit:

Social Anthropology and History

Level of studies:

Postgraduate

Course code:

CHC-1

Semester:

Independent teaching activities

Lectures:

Weekly teaching hours

3

Credits

10

Course type:

special background

Prerequisite courses:

None

Language of instruction and examinations:

Greek

Teacher:

Βίκυ Ιακώβου

Is the course offered to erasmus students:

No