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SCHEDULE OFSTUDIES.

Description of discipline.

Philosophy (phi-LOSS-oh-fee) n. [Greek philos (love) + sophia (wisdom) = the love of wisdom] An attempt to come to a systematic understanding of the world through the use of reason and logic.

The subject of philosophy is a sphere of spiritual human activity which involves reflection about aims, meaning, sense and essence of personality taken as subject of culture. The main peculiarity of this subject is studying relationship between personality and society. Philosophy is humanitarian discipline, it learns students to develop their thinking and speech. We can also call this subject as art of thinking or art of true (correct) living.

  1. GOALS OF DISCIPLINE (According standard programme):

- To familiarize each student with a range of traditional problems and positions

- To hone each student's skills in philosophical analysis through practiced instruction in critical thinking and writing;

- To engender sophisticated philosophical reflection and discussion on the topics covered by the readings and other texts;

- To assist students in developing their own philosophical perspectives on key issues in philosophy.

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5. SPECIAL TASKS.

- to form the habit of objective valuation of the philosophical and scientific directions and schools

- to form abilities of revealing and investigating topical contemporary (philosophical) problems.

- to develop abilities of logical thinking and conducting dialog, polemic, discussion.

 

Contents of discipline.

PLAN OF THEMES AND CALENDAR OF DISCIPLINE

Week Theme Number of hours
Lecture   Practical hours SSWT SS(I)W  
1 Module  
Introduction to Philosophy. Philosophy as phenomenon of culture. Its subject and functions. Philosophy in cultural – historical context.  
The Ancient East Philosophy. Phenomenon of philosophy in Eastern philosophy.  
The Ancient West Philosophy. Philosophy within the culture of Antiquity.  
The Medieval Philosophy. Philosophy in Medieval culture. Arabic – Moslem philosophy within the context of Islam Medieval philosophy.  
Philosophy of Renaissance culture and Reformation.  
Western European philosophy of “New time”. Philosophy of Enlightenment period  
German philosophy XVIII – XIX centuries. Marxism philosophy within the context of Soviet culture.  
Phenomenon of philosophy in Kazakh culture. Russian philosophy XIX- XX centuries. .  
2 module  
Philosophy of West in XIX century. The nineteenth century philosophy  
Contemporary philosophy. West philosophy within the context of XX – beginning of XXI centuries’ culture.  
Social philosophy. Anthropology. Philosophy of culture.  
Philosophy of science.  
Ontology. Philosophy of being. Theory of dialectics. Epistemology. Philosophy of politics and education.  
Problems of human in philosophy. (Self-consciousness as the basis of personal identity). Philosophy of history. Philosophy of religion  
Philosophy of global problems.    
  All (hours)  

SCHEDULE OFSTUDIES.



¹ DATE TIME THEMES
LECTURES.
30.01. 16.20-18.10 Introduction to philosophy. Philosophy as phenomenon of culture. Its subject and functions. Philosophy in cultural – historical context.
6.02 16.20-18.10 The Ancient East Philosophy. Phenomenon of philosophy in Eastern philosophy.
13.02 16.20-18.10 The Ancient West Philosophy. Philosophy within the culture of Antiquity.
20.02 16.20-18.10 The Medieval Philosophy Philosophy in Medieval culture. Arabic – Moslem philosophy within the context of Islam Medieval philosophy.
27.02 16.20-18.10 Philosophy of Renaissance. Philosophy of Renaissance culture and Reformation.
5.03 16.20-18.10 Philosophy of Enlightenment. Western European philosophy of “New time”. Philosophy of Enlightenment period.
12.03 16.20-18.10 German philosophy XVIII – XIX centuries Marxism philosophy within the context of Soviet culture.
19.03 16.20-18.10 Kazakh national philosophy. Phenomenon of philosophy in Kazakh culture. Russian philosophy XIX- XX centuries. .
26.03 16.20-18.10 The nineteenth century philosophy. Philosophy of West in XIX century. The nineteenth century philosophy
2.04 16.20-18.10 Contemporary philosophy. West philosophy within the context of XX – beginning of XXI centuries’ culture.
9.04 16.20-18.10 Social philosophy. Anthropology. Philosophy of culture.
16.04 16.20-18.10 Philosophy of science
23.04 16.20-18.10 Ontology Philosophy of being. Theory of dialectics. Epistemology. Philosophy of politics and education.
30.04 16.20-18.10 Problems of human in philosophy. (Self-consciousness as the basis of personal identity). Philosophy of history. Philosophy of religion
30.04 18.20 – 19.10 Philosophy of global problems.
SEMINARS 1 module
29.01, 31.01 16.20-18.10 Introduction to philosophy. Human world view, self- determinacy and role of philosophy.
5.02, 7.02 12.02,14.02 16.20-18.10 The Ancient East Philosophy. Comparative analysis of Indian, Chinese and Greek philosophies. The Ancient West Philosophy. The place and interrelations of the of God, Human and the world in the doctrines of Augustine, Aquinas.
19.02,21.02 26.02, 22.02 16.20-18.10 The Medieval Philosophy. The belief and the knowledge in medieval Arabic – Mozlem philosophy and in Western culture: comparative analyses. Philosophy of Renaissance. Comparativistic analysis of sophistics, scholastic, and dialectics.
4.03, 6.03 11.03, 13.03 16.20-18.10 Philosophy of Enlightenment. German philosophy XVIII – XIX centuries
2 module
18.03,20.03 26.03,28.03 16.20-18.10 Kazakh national philosophy. Transition from autocracy and totalitarianism to democracy: philosophical aspects of transitional society(by using materials of Kazakhstan. ) Differences between natural and cultural in the being of the human and society.
1.04, 3.04 8.04, 10.04 16.20-18.10 The nineteenth century philosophy. Contemporary philosophy. Critics of western philosophy by postmodernists. Science, art, religion and morality in the culture.
15.04, 17.04 16.20-18.10 Social philosophy. Rational – philosophical and occult description of essence and origin of reality. Material and spiritual in culture. Usefulness and value. Economical – political necessity and the meaning of human life. Philosophy of science
25.04, 27.04 16.20-18.10 Religion religious fundamentalism and extremism. Freedom of scientific activity and responsibility of scientist. Philosophical aspects of education. Ontology. Problems of human in philosophy. The human: his essence and existence. Human techniques and historical process.

 

SCHEDULE of IWS (SSW) implementation:

  Theme Contents (form) of the task References on recommended authors Type of controls Terms. Grades.
1 module
Introduction to Philosophy. Report (Aims of Philosophy. Functions. Fundamental question of philosophy) 1,11 Middle termination VI
Ancient Indian philosophy Report (Indian philosophy: schools, religions, philosophers.) Middle termination X    
Ancient Chinese philosophy Report (Chinese philosophy: schools, religions, philosophers.) 1,11 Current XI
The Ancient West Philosophy. Medieval period. Philosophy of Romans Report (Before classical period: Milet school. Classical period: Plato, Socrate, Arisotel.) 11, 4. Middle termination II - VI
Arabian Philosophy. Report (Arabian philosophy. Al – Pharaby, Ibn – Cina, Ibn – Rushd.) 1, 12 Middle termination XI III    
. The philosophy of Western Europe. Report (Christianity, Medieval thinkers.) Current IV
The specifics of Renaissance philosophy. Essay – work (Connection of philosophy whith art. The human in the center of univers) Current III -VI
2 module
Enlightenment period Composition. (The problem of matter and the universe. In Enlightenment period) 14, 1 Current  
German classical period. Report (The principle and object of German philosophy.)   1,11 Current II - IV
Contemporary philosophy Essay - work (Contemporary social, political and philosophical doctrines) Current X IV
Modern western philosophy. Essay - work (Postmodernism, existentialism, structuralism and poststructuralism) 1,15 Current VI
Social philosophy. Essay – work. (The peculiar feature of social philosophy) Current   III
The philosophy of science as the branch of philosophy. Report (Scientism, Positivism, Philosophy and the science)   XII VI
Ontology. Report. (Ontology as a rigorous discipline dealing with such concepts as: object, state of affairs, property etc.) äîìàøíèé  
Problem of the human in society and philosophy Composition (Notion of Self through western and eastern philosophy.) 14,15      
    All grades: 268

SCHEDULE of SSWT implementation:

¹ Theme Contents (form) of the task References on recommended authors Type of controls Terms and hours Grades.
    1 module        
Introduction to philosophy. Essay - work . (The origin of philosophy) 1,11 Middle termination VI;
Aincent oriental philosophy. Essay - work (Specifics of aincent oriental philosophy.Jainism and Brahmanism.) Middle termination X;    
Aincent oriental philosophy. (II) Essay – work. (Spiritual bedrock of the Vedas) 1,11 Current XI;
Ancient Greeks. Composition (Philosophy of Romans) 11, 4. Middle termination II – VI;
Arabian Philosophy. Composition (Islam philosophy). 1, 12 Middle termination XI – III;    
. The Ancient West Philosophy. Report. ( Philosophy and science in Aincent Greek philosophy) Current IV;
Renaissance philosophy. Essay - work (Philosophy of Renaissance) Current III –VI;
    2 module        
Renaissance philosophy. (II) Composition (Religion and art through the Humanism.)   14, 1 Current III;
German classical period. Report (The truth through the Hegelian philosophy) 1,11 Current II – IV;
Modern western philosophy. Essay - work (Decay of classical philosophy in contemporary period). Current X – IV;
Kazakh national philosophy. . Essay - work (Kazakh philosophy in contemporary period.)   1,15 Current VI;
Social philosophy. Essay - work (Most general issues of social philosophy). Current   III;
The philosophy of science Report (Experimentation, logical deduction, and rational thought as instruments of philosophy). Current   XII – VI;
Ontology Report ( Formal ontology and classical ontology.. ). Current   XV;
Problem of the human in society and philosophy Composition (Spiritual and material values in society) 14,15 Middle termination XVI;  
    All grades: 268
     

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