Lezioni di filosofia tenute da grandi filosofi


Sul sito Open Culture sono riportati i link alle registrazioni di cicli di lezioni di filosofia tenute da importanti filosofi presso università americane.

Ecco l’elenco delle risorse che abbiamo selezionato:

John Searle

Philosophy of Language (2010) – iTunes –  UC Berkeley
Philosophy of Mind (2010) – iTunes –  UC Berkeley
Philosophy of Society (2010) – iTunes –  UC Berkeley

Hubert Dreyfus

Existentialism in Literature & Film (2009) – iTunes –  UC Berkeley
Heidegger (2007) – iTunes –  UC Berkeley
Heidegger’s Being & Time – iTunes (2008) –  UC Berkeley
Man, God, and Society in Western Literature – iTunes (2010) –  UC Berkeley

Walter Kaufmann

Kierkegaard and the Crisis in Religion (1960) – Internet Archive
Nietzsche and the Crisis in Philosophy (1960) – Internet Archive
Sartre and the Crisis in Morality (1960) – Internet Archive

Leo Strauss – The Leo Strauss Center (University of  Chicago)

Aristotle’s Nicomachean Ethics (1963) – audio
Plato’s Gorgias (1963)audio
Vico (1963) – audio
Hobbes’ De Cive and Leviathan (1964)audio
Aristotle’s Rhetoric (1964)audio
Introduction to Political Philosophy (1965) – audio
Hegel’s The Philosophy of History (1965)audio
Plato’s Political Philosophy: Protagoras (1965)audio
Montesquieu’s The Spirit of the Laws (1966)audio
Plato’s Meno (1966)audio
Plato’s Political Philosophy: Apology and Crito (1966)audio
Seminar in Kant (1967) – audio
Aristotle’s Ethics (1968)audio
Plato’s Laws (1970-1971)  – audio
Nietzsche, Beyond Good and Evil (1971) – audio

Molti altri corsi di Filosofia sono disponibili qui: http://www.openculture.com/philosophy_free_courses

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