FILO - Philosophy

FILO-XXXX5 Seminario Electivo Filosofía I

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FILO-XXXX10 Deepening Seminar I

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FILO-XXXX11 Fundamentals II Seminar

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FILO-XXXX12 Deepening Seminar II

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FILO-XXXX13 Research Tutorial II

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FILO-XXXX5 Seminario Electivo Filosofía I

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FILO-XXXX6 Seminario Electivo Filosofía II

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FILO-XXXX9 Foundations Seminar I

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FILO-1000B Logic I

The course is an introduction of elemental symbolic logic study. It is targeted at students from all careers and does not require any prior particular knowledge. The starting point is the study of the logic structure of propositions and arguments in Spanish. Once appropriate understanding of basic concepts is achieved, formal elements are introduced. Propositional logic is presented in an accessible, but also strict manner. The most important notions are given a formal definition and an informal explanation, and are illustrated with multiple examples and various exercises. At the end of the course, predicate logic is introduced, which is the basis for the Logics 2 course.

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Paez Peñuela Andres

FILO-1010 Introduction to Philosophy

The course is aimed at students with no formal education in philosophy. The objective is to introduce them to the main philosophical problems by reading fundamental texts.

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Cepeña Diaz Granados Margarita

FILO-1100B Plato

The course will be focused on one of the most important results or hypotheses of Plato´s philosophy: the theory of ideas. First, a dialog will be studied "temprano" Menón, where such theory is not yet exposed, but which offers a series of elements that allow justifying its formulation and a theoretical device (the doctrine of reminiscence) which will later be integrated therein. Then, it will continue with one of the most read and commented texts of the philosopher: the Fedon. In this dialog, the theory of the ideas is actually exposed, in its most general and problematic version. The course will be concluded with a dialog where these problematic aspects precisely constitute the driving thread: the Parmenides.

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Ariza Rodriguez Sergio

FILO-1110B Aristoteles

The course is a general introduction to some of the problems raised by Aristhoteles with regards to the relation between ethics and politics. To this end, students will analyze, discuss, and read, alternatively and selectively, two aristotelic readings: Nichomachean Politics and Ethics.

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FILO-1120B Descartes

The course intends to introduce students to Descartes´ Doctrine, as it represents the philosophical birth certificate of Modernity. This Doctrine provides for almost all the greatest philosophical problems, in germinal stage, that were object of discussion ever since. Descartes´ Doctrine is one of the most remarkable efforts to protect the fundamental theses from the medieval outlook: God´s existence and immortality of the soul. Descartes thus became the last medieval thinker and the first modern philosopher.

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FILO-1130B Empirismo

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FILO-1200B FILO-1200B

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FILO-1201B FILO-1201B

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FILO-1210B Filosofia Medieval

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FILO-1220B Indian Philosophy

The course is based on some sections of the third and fourth books of the Vasishta Yoga, one of the classic texts of the advait tradition, which is impossible to access through the text exegesis philosophical manner. The text itself suggests means of access that are not merely rational, but which are supported on intuition and on experience itself. Its peculiar style filled with metaphors, resemblances, narratives and the constant revisiting of the same issues from different perspectives will undoubtedly provide us with a new way of seeing and conceiving the world. Likewise, the course seeks to clarify notions such as Brahman, Maya, Ahamkara, Moksha, Atman, Jiva, karma, samsara, vasanas, atmavidya, prana, chakras.

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Cepeña Diaz Granados Margarita

FILO-1222B FILO-1222B

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FILO-1281A La Muerte en Occidente

Both secularization and pluralism in modern day society have led to death being an ever less discussed phenomenon. In past times, the discourse about death was an almost exclusive domain of religion, but with the loss of value in society of what was once traditionally religious, and the paramount status of other discourses (medical discourse, scientific approach, Esotericism, and the pseudo-scientific discourse of Self-improvement) death has come to be one of the great taboos of our time. This course pretends to retake the subject from an interdisciplinary perspective. Although the more prominent approaches will be those of philosophy and psychology (this course is offered by both departments), historical, anthropological and sociological approaches will also be discussed. Some of the general problems the course tries to address are: the historically recognized attitudes towards death in the West, the philosophical debate regarding the relationship between death, morality and happiness, actual individual attitudes, as well as beliefs and social prejudices towards death (subject of Social psychology), and the suffering which necessarily implies one’s own death or that of loved ones (Clinical psychology).

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FILO-1291B FILO-1291B

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FILO-1324B Dilemas Éticos

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FILO-1324B Dilemas Éticos

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FILO-1331A FILO-1331A

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FILO-1332B FILO 1332B

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FILO-1333A FILO-1333A

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FILO-1391A FILO-1391A

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FILO-1392B Filosofia Politica Moderna

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FILO-1393B Escuela de Frankfurt

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FILO-1394B FILO-1394B

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FILO-1395B FILO-1395B

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FILO-1396B FILO-1396B

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FILO-1471A Filosofia y Arte

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FILO-1472B FILO-1472B

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FILO-2000 Logica 2

This course is a continuation of Logic I. The core subject matter refers to the logics of predicates, some semantic and syntactic testing methods, such as the Tree of Truth and natural deduction. Similarly, the course dwells on one of the most important extension of the classical logic: the modal logic, given its complexity only propositional modal logic will be studied.

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FILO-2100 Kant

The course intends to introduce students to Kant´s philosophy through the overview of its thoughts and a selective and careful reading of the Critique of Pure Reason. It is worth recalling that Kant´s philosophy not only constitutes the place where the main philosophical problems suggested by the modern periods merge, but it also sets most of the path that must be followed by philosophy up to these days.

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Manrique Ospina Carlos

FILO-2100B Kant

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FILO-2110 Hegel

According to Hegel, philosophy is about the absolute knowledge, which is not the starting but the final point of the human experience. The Phenomenology of the spirit is concerned with the different shapes consciousness adopts on that path. The course will be focused on the first two stages of the evolution of knowledge, and it will become the venue to discuss the questions brought forward in the first reading of the text.

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FILO-2120B Marx

The course provides an approach to the philosophical and social dimension of Marx´s thought, based on some of his most relevant works, thus approaching to main notions, such as citizenship, emancipation, freedom, society criticism, alienation, nature, individual and society, ideology, history, materialism, idealism, work, value, goods, fetishism and its influence on contemporaneous reflection. Likewise, the course seeks to study contemporaneous readings of the Marxist economic, political, social and philosophical legacy, and how to establish relations and differences with other modern thought traditions, such as liberalism, communitarism, hermeneutics, Frankfurt School, neoliberalism, among others.

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De Zubiria Samper Sergio

FILO-2130 Nietzsche

By studying some of Nietzsche’s texts, the aim is to introduce the student into one of the most important thoughts of the coeval world, him being the philosopher who stands up to the Western philosophical tradition at the level of the development of its own knowledge. With Nietzsche, a doubt comes into play into the way the West has posed and built its knowledge, apparently free of all suspicion. The course will mainly deal with the text Thus Spoke Zarathustra. The book itself represents something completely new. The skillful classical text interpreter, who knows well how much sense can be made of every detail in them, attempts by himself to write a classic. And, from the beginning, he fills it with the equivocality with which classics come to be throughout the centuries.

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FILO-2130B Nietzsche

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FILO-2140 FILO 2140

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FILO-2281B Foucault: Etica y Politica

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FILO-2350B Pensamiento Politico Colombiano

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FILO-2392 Filosofía de la Alteridad

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FILO-2529 FILO 2529

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FILO-2530 Filosofia del Lenguaje

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FILO-3010 Monograph Code

The student -under the supervision of a professor- is supposed to apply the tools of thinking and exegesis of texts he/she has gained throughout his/her research project.

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Uribe Rincon Catalina

FILO-3020 FILO 3020

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FILO-3100 Heidegger

This course will focus on Heidegger´s Capital Work,Being and Time. A limit to heideggerian´s suggestion vis-á-vis the French existentialism, together with the classification of the 20s in the German academic philosophy (the influence of Kierkegaard, Nietzsche, Husserl, Scheler, Weber and Jaspers) will serve as introduction to the new approach of human existence with respect to the restitution of the question of being.

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Uribe Rincon Catalina

FILO-3110 Filosofía analítica

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FILO-3213 FILO 3213

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FILO-3214 FILO 3214

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FILO-3216 Seminario Escepticismo Antiguo

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FILO-3221 Seminario Traducción de Latín

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FILO-3222 Seminario Lectura de Filosofía en Alemán

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FILO-3271 FILO-3271

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FILO-3296 Seminario Filosofía y Retórica en Platón

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FILO-3297 Seminario Neoplatonismo

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FILO-3393 Seminario Lévinas

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FILO-3394 Seminario Historia Crítica del Neoliberalismo

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FILO-3395 Seminario Teocracia

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FILO-3396 Seminario Maquiavelo

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FILO-3431 FILO-3431

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FILO-3535 FILO-3535

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FILO-3603 Seminario Filosofía de la Técnica y la Tecnol

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FILO-3604 Seminario Fenomenología

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FILO-3605 Seminario Perspectivas Sobre la Violencia

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FILO-3606 Entre lo Pragmático y lo Poético: Dos Aproximaciones a la Filosofía del Lenguaje

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FILO-3607 FILO-3607

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FILO-3991 FILO 3991

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FILO-3992 FILO 3992

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FILO-4011 Seminario: Teorias de la Democracia

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FILO-4032 Seminario Idealismo Alemán

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FILO-4070 Seminario Metafísica en Platón y Aristóteles

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FILO-4071 Seminario Filosofía Moral y Política de Hume

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FILO-4072 Seminario Metafísica de Kant

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FILO-4073 FILO-4073

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FILO-4074 FILO-4074

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FILO-4141 Literatura y Política: Derrida. Rancière. Et Al.

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FILO-4147 Seminario Benjamin Estética y Política

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FILO-4247 Seminario Vida e Historia: Hans Jonas y Odo Marquard

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FILO-4275 Seminario Buber. Gadamer y Heidegger

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FILO-4306 Seminario Creencia y Testimonio

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FILO-4307 Seminario Teoría de la Acción

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FILO-4308 FILO-4308

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FILO-4309 FILO-4309

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FILO-4464 Seminario Filosofía. Ética y Política en Spinoza

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FILO-4465 Sem. Teología y Filo. Política

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FILO-4466 Seminario El Retorno del Animal y El Dispositivo de Lo Humano

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FILO-4468 Introducción A la Filosofía Feminista

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FILO-4469 FILO-4469

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FILO-4470 Seminario Derrida: Pensamiento Político

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FILO-4471 FILO-4471

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FILO-4472 FILO-4472

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FILO-4473 FILO-4473

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FILO-4800 FILO 4800

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FILO-4810 FILO 4810

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FILO-4811 Happiness and the Care of the Self in Hellenistic Philosophy

During this course the monograph director monitors the development of the research project until the defense of the thesis.

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Uribe Rincon Catalina

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FILO-4812 Lecturas Dirigidas

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FILO-4900 FILO-4900

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FILO-6000 FILO-6000

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FILO-6001 FILO-6001

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FILO-6002 FILO-6002

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FILO-6003 FILO 6003

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FILO-6004 Tutorial de Proyecto 3

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FILO-6005 Tutoría de Investigación 1 Doctorado

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FILO-6006 Tutoría de Investigación 2 Doc

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FILO-6007 Tutoría de Investigación 3 Doc

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FILO-6008 Tutoría de Investigación 4 Doc

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FILO-6100 FILO 6100

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FILO-6200 FILO-6200

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FILO-6961 FILO-6961

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FILO-6970 FILO-6970

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FILO-6980 FILO-6980

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FILO-6981 FILO-6981

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FILO-6982 FILO-6982

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FILO-6983 FILO-6983

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FILO-6990 FILO-6990

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