Attending students and non-attending students must refer to different syllabi.
ATTENDING students are required to study one or more university handbooks dedicated to the development of the thought from the Late Antiquity to the later Middle Ages. In particular, the following handbooks are recommended (as alternative to one another).
- Étienne GILSON, La filosofia nel Medioevo. Dalle origini patristiche alla fine del XIV secolo. Whatever reprint (es.: Milano: Rizzoli, 2011).
- Sofia VANNI ROVIGHI, Storia della filosofia medievale. Dalla patristica al secolo XIV, a cura di Pietro B. Rossi, Milano: Vita e Pensiero, 2011.
- Pietro ROSSI - Carlo Augusto VIANO, Storia della filosofia, vol. 2, Roma-Bari: Laterza, 1994.
- Other university handbooks can be agreed with the teacher.
Further notes will be made available in the "materiali didattici" section of the website of the Department of Philosophical, Pedagogical and Economic-Quantitative Sciences.
NON-ATTENDING studens are required to study a handbook dedicated to the evolution of philosophical thought from the Late Antiquity to the Modern Age.
In order to prepare the related examination, the following text is recommended.
- Costantino ESPOSITO - Pasquale PORRO, Filosofia, vol. 1 “Antica e medievale” and vol. 2 “Moderna”, Roma-Bari: Laterza, 2009 (or a subsequent reprint). Vol. 1 must be studied starting from ch. 7; vol. 2 must be studied entirely.