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European Modern Philosophy

Introduction

This course covers the foundations of European modernity from the Renaissance to the Enlightenment, the development of rationalism and empiricism, German idealism and its legacy, socio-political philosophy including Marxism and psychoanalysis, and philosophical reflections on World War I and II.

What you will learn

To gain a comprehensive understanding of European modern philosophy, including its historical context, key philosophical movements, and their impact on society and culture.

Course program

Foundations of European Modernity: Renaissance to Enlightenment
Rationalism, Empiricism, and the Kantian Synthesis
German Idealism and Its Legacy
Socio-Political Philosophy: Marxism and Psychoanalysis
Philosophy in the Shadow of War: Responses to World Conflict