5243003History of Western Philosophy (Seminars)
|Numbering Code||G-LET03 75243 SJ34||Year/Term||2021 ・ First semester|
|Number of Credits||2||Course Type||Seminar|
|Target Year||Target Student|
|Instructor name||SUTOU TAKI (Graduate School of Letters Associate Professor)|
|Outline and Purpose of the Course||
We read closely Augustine's Eighty-Three Questions in Latin.
We will see Augustine's basic understanding of God and the Bible.
We aim at an accurate reading of a philosophical text written in Latin.
We also attempt to understand Augustine's thoughts on God and the Bible.
|Schedule and Contents||
We read closely Augustine's Eighty-Three Questions in Latin. In the work, Augustine discusses basic questions in philosophy and theology. We will try to understand how Augustine tackles these problems. This is the second year of the seminar. We will start at Question 33.
Week 1: Introduction to the relevant literatures and distribution of copies of the text.
Week 2-14: Reading the text closely.
Week 15: Feedback
|Evaluation Methods and Policy||evaluation by course participation only|
|Course Requirements||The course requires knowledge of elementary Latin.|
|Study outside of Class (preparation and review)||You have to be prepared for translating the text into English or Japanese.|
|Textbooks||Textbooks/References||De diversis quaestionibus octoginta tribus, Augustinus , (Brepols), CSEL 44A|
Responses to miscellaneous questions, Augustine, (New City Press)
Eighty-Three Different Questions, Augustine, (CUA Press), ISBN:978-0-8132-1323-1
|Related URL||Augustine's texts and Italian translations|