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Analysis of Program Content I

Code 12182
Year 1
Semester S1
ECTS Credits 6
Workload OT(15H)/TP(45H)
Scientific area Didática da Filosofia
Entry requirements Not applicable.
Mode of delivery Theoretical-practical and presential teaching.--
Work placements Not applicable.--
Learning outcomes This course aims that the student is able to create a categorical reference field, inferential and interpretation of the contents of philosophy in secondary education. Learning outcomes: 1. Use procedures to meet educational courses selected by teachers for curriculum work. 2. Perform readings, analysis and discussion of texts and other media as a basic instrument of construction of philosophical reflection in adolescence. 3. Use logical and argumentative techniques to communicate a position, hold it, defend it and critically evaluate contrary positions. --
Syllabus 1. The importance and the role of Philosophy today.
2. The various and heterogeneous questions of Philosophy.
3. Argumentative and rhetorical contexts of Philosophy.
3.1. Argumentation and formal logic.
3.1.1. Distinction validity-truth.
3.1.2. Valid inferences.
3.1.3. Fallacies.
3.2. Argumentation and Rhetoric.
3.2.1. The argumentative techniques.
3.2.2. Argumentation and informal fallacies.
3.3. Argumentation and Philosophy.
3.3.1. Rhetoric and Democracy.
3.3.2. Persuasion and manipulation.
Main Bibliography Blanché, R. (2001). História da lógica. Lisboa: Ed. 70
Deleuze, G., Guattari, F. (1992). O que é a filosofia? Lisboa: Editorial Presença.
Downes, S. Guia das Falácias Lógicas.
Fidalgo, A. (2008). Definição de retórica e cultura grega. BOCC (www.
Kant. Crítica da Razão Pura. Lisboa: FCG.
Perelman, C. (1993). O império retórico. Porto: Edições ASA.
Platão. A República. Lisboa: FCG.
Savater, F. (2005). Ética para um jovem. Lisboa: Dom Quixote.
Serra, P. (1995). Retórica e argumentação. BOCC (www. bocc.
Toulmin, S. (1958). The uses of argument. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Weston, A. (1996). A arte de argumentar. Lisboa: Gradiva.----
Teaching Methodologies and Assessment Criteria The teaching methodology will include the following strategies: explanatory; reading and commenting on texts; work in the classroom to practice oral and argumentative communication on selected topics; tutor sessions; presentation and
discussion, in class, of practical exercises of argumentation elaborated by the students in the classes and outside
from them.
Language Portuguese. Tutorial support is available in English.
Last updated on: 2020-01-16

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