Введение в корейскую философию и культуру
- The purpose of this course is to introduce the concepts of Korean philosophy through the study of Korean language, culture, and perspectives.
- Have a comprehensive understanding of key ideas in Korean philosophical debates, such as the concepts of moral emotions and everyday feelings.
- Have a relevant theoretical toolkit to comprehensively analyze and compare Chinese and Western philosophy with Korean philosophy.
- Have an understanding of how language reflects Korean philosophy.
- Have an understanding of the periodization and patterns of development of philosophical teachings in Korea.
- Online course
- Topic 1. What is Korean philosophy?
- Topic 2. How does Innovation occur at Cultural Boundaries?
- Topic 3. What are the Core Debates of Korean Philosophy?
- Topic 4. How do you think through Korean Philosophy?
- Seminar 1. Traditional beliefs and Korean philosophy
- Seminar 2. Reflection of elements of traditional beliefs and Chinese philosophy in contemporary Korean literature
- Seminar 3. Philosophy and culture in contemporary society in the Republic of Korea
- Online courseStudents complete weekly practical assignments, with a final test (0.2) at the end of the online course with no possibility of retake.
- SeminarsDuring seminars, students work with sources and literature on the basis of homework, discuss topics suggested by the instructor, and, at the discretion of the instructor, make reports and presentations. The student must demonstrate assimilation of lecture material, thoroughness of homework, active participation in general discussion, ability to critically interpret sources and scientific literature, ability to express own opinion and lead discussion on the issues raised.
- Final ExaminationA written exam in the form of an essay on one of the topics suggested by the teacher.
- 2021/2022 3rd module0.2 * Seminars + 0.6 * Final Examination + 0.2 * Online course
- Kendall, L. (1985). Shamans, Housewives, and Other Restless Spirits : Women in Korean Ritual Life. University of Hawaii Press.
- Tudor, D. (2012). Korea: The Impossible Country : South Korea’s Amazing Rise From the Ashes: The Inside Story of an Economic, Political and Cultural Phenomenon. Boston: Tuttle Publishing. Retrieved from http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&site=eds-live&db=edsebk&AN=1567533
- Laurel Kendall. (2009). Shamans, Nostalgias, and the IMF : South Korean Popular Religion in Motion. University of Hawaii Press.