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Plotin - RET7039 (Enneada V,3)
Title: Plotin
Guaranteed by: Department of Philosophy (27-F)
Faculty: Protestant Theological Faculty
Actual: from 2013
Semester: winter
Points: 6
E-Credits: 6
Examination process: winter s.:
Hours per week, examination: winter s.:0/2, C [HT]
Capacity: unknown / unknown (unknown)
Min. number of students: unlimited
4EU+: no
Virtual mobility / capacity: no
Key competences:  
State of the course: not taught
Language: Czech
Teaching methods: full-time
Teaching methods: full-time
Level:  
Note: you can enroll for the course repeatedly
course can be enrolled in outside the study plan
enabled for web enrollment
Guarantor: prof. Lenka Karfíková, Dr. theol.
doc. Mgr. Václav Němec, Ph.D.
Pre-requisite : RET7100
Schedule   
Annotation -
Lecture on philosophy (first and second block): The aim of the course is to extend students' knowledge of philosophy by examining a particular theme, school, or philosopher, taking into account the broader systematic and historical context. Evaluation: colloquium.
Last update: MORAVEC (27.07.2010)
Literature - Czech

Texty

Plotini Opera, vol. II, Enneades IV-V (editio maior), vyd. P. Henry - H.-R. Schwyzer, Bruxelles - Paris 1959.

Plotini Opera. vol. II, Enneades IV-V (editio minor), vyd. P. Henry - H.-R. Schwyzer, Oxford 1977.

Komantáře

W. BEIERWALTES, Selbsterkenntnis und Erfahrung der Einheit: Plotins Enneade V,3, Text, Übersetzung,

Interpretation, Erläuterungen, Frankfurt a.M. 1991.

B. HAM, Plotin, Traité 49 (V,3): Introduction, traduction, commentaire et notes, Paris 2000.

F. FRONTEROTTA, Plotin, Traité 49, in: M. Guyot et alii, Plotin, Traités 45-50, Paris 2009.

M. DIXSAUT (vyd.), La connaissance de soi : Études sur le traité 49 de Plotin, Paris 2002.

Další literatura k referátům

A. H. ARMSTRONG, The architecture of the intelligible universe in the philosophy of Plotinus: an analytical and

historical study, Cambridge 1940 (přetisk 1967).

J. BUSSANICH, The One and its relation to intellect in Plotinus : a commentary on selected texts, Leiden 1988.

P. COURCELLE, Connais-toi toi-même. De Socrate à saint Bernard, I-III, Paris 1974-1975.

C. DE VOGEL, Plotinus’ Image of Man. Its Relationship to Plato as well as to later Neoplatonism, in F. Bossier et

alii (éd.), Images of Man in Ancient and Medieval Thought, Leuven University Press 1976, 147-168.

P. HADOT, Plótinos čili Prostota pohledu, Praha 1993.

F. KARFÍK, Plótínova metafyzika svobody, Praha 2002.

H. J. KREMER, Selbsterkenntnis als Gotteserkenntnis nach Plotin (204-270), in: International Studies in

Philosophy 13/2, 1981, 41-68.

W. KÜHN, Quel savoir après le scepticisme? Plotin et ses prédécesseurs sur la connaissance de soi, Paris

2009.

G. J. P. O’DALY, Plotinus’ Philosophy of the Self, Shannon Ireland, Irish University Press 1973.

D. O'MEARA, Plotinus : an introduction to the "Enneads", Oxford : Clarendon Press, 1993.

J. PÉPIN, Que l’homme n’est rien d’autre que son âme, «Revue des études grecques» 82 (1969), 56-70.

TH. A. SZLEZÁK, Platon und Aristoteles in der Nuslehre Plotins, Stuttgart 1979.

R. SORABJI, Self: Ancient and Modern Insights about Individuality, Life and Death, Chicago, University of Chicago

Press 2006.

Last update: Karfíková Lenka, prof., Dr. theol. (17.08.2012)
 
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