The wonder of the real 1. The sleep of reason 1. Curiosity about the truths 2.
Civil society 2. The challenge for the reception of foreigners 2. The plot of the tradition 2. Ethics and morality 3. Identity and Difference 3. Civilization and Barbarism 3. Reason and Passion. No, currently philosophy is not being taught in both secondary and high schools of Armenia, not even as part of the content of other courses.
Yes, at grammar schools and some other types of high schools. The basic outline of curriculum is given by the Czech Ministry of Education. Details can be adjusted by the school management or teachers. Philosophy is taught only in the final year of study and teachers should explain the whole history of philosophy, i. Logic is one lesson per a week in 3 rd grade; Ethics is optional in all high school in all four grades of high school. Third curricula are mixing of first two…. Just a few teachers teach philosophy in this way.
These courses are used when the questions for the Philosophy- test in the Matriculation Examination are created. In some schools, there are additional philosophy courses that are described only in the school curriculum in question. As the Finnish system is course based, the relevant answer is to say that an average course module contains officially around 38 hours.
The exams are usually written, although oral examinations can be used in school specific courses, during preparations towards the Matriculation Examination etc. Basic outline of curriculum is included in Supplementary Material contained in my reply to this query. I shall post it under the title Finnish education and curriculum, Supplementary Material.
Five minutes lessons per week , per aprox. There is a basic curriculum, proposed by the Ministry of Education, which comprises: a The human person, society, and culture; b Philosophy and religion; c Logic; d Epistemology; e Ethics; f Aesthetics. Note the absence of Metaphysics. Every school, however, is free to adapt this curriculum normally, depending on the criterion of the teacher.
Notes : 1 in Guatemala, there is a big difference between private and public schools; private schools are much better. YEAR: A. Ethics or Religious course, as alternatives, in upper-elementary level.
Previewed as compulsory choice in new National Curriculum for all high-schools from The presence of these subjects is seriously affected by this circumstance all over the highs schools. Authors range from Pre-Socratics to Heidegger, post-war or contemporary authors. At present, teachers are free to select from a short list of textbooks. Some teachers would prefer to widen the range of textbooks, in the new Curriculum however only ONE textbook is previewed.
Ethics optional in 11th year : Special fields, problems of ethics discussed in philosophical perspective. Teachers have some liberty to choose topics, readings, methods, etc.
Here students may also get assistance to get prepared for the national and international philosophy Olympiads. Not available in print as of now. Will update a.
mechaten.ru/includes/mobile/herat-lyubov-ee-sayt.php Primarily includes — Logic, argumentation, Historic introduction to Indian systems of thought, rudimentary introduction to western thinkers and the schools of thought; little introduction to modern western thinkers. Many different boards in India about 40 , hence data is an average. Yes, in a subject called history and philosophy, which is compulsory in all kinds of high schools.
In vocational schools, however, philosophy is not offered, only history. History and Philosophy are taught four hours per week, of which philosophy takes the half: two hours per week; seventy hours per year over three years, which equals hours devoted to philosophy. First year: Presocratics to Cusanus—first volume of textbook; Second year: Renaissance to Kant—second volume of textbook; Third year: Fichte to our days—third volume of textbook.
The collection should be of interest to both philosophers and mathematicians, as well as to anyone who is susceptible to wondering what the main intellectual tool used in science, economics and finance, and indeed everyday life is ultimately about. Plato early 4 th century BC. From E.
Cairns eds. Guthrie trans. From B. Jowett ed. Jowett trans. From John Cooper ed. Reeve, Hackett: Republic Book 6, ae, pages Reeve, Hackett: Republic Book 7, ac, pages Aristotle mid-4 th century BC.
From Jonathan Barnes ed. Hardie and R. Gaye, Princeton University Press. Physics , Book B, part ii, pages Cottingham, R. Stoothoff and D. Murdoch trans. Descartes: Selected Philosophical Writings , pages Woolhouse ed. Clarke ed , Cambridge University Press. Gottfried Leibniz , from R. Woolhouse and R. Francks trans.
Sections 23 to 25 of Reply to Bayle's Note L , pages Sections 28 to 38 of Monadology , pages Gottfried Leibniz , from P. Wiener ed. Reprinted in augmented form in: B. Sumner, J.