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Philosophy and Literature - Single View

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Type of Course Intermediate seminar Long text
Number 094655 Short text
Term SS 2008 Hours per week in term 2
Expected no. of participants Study Year
Max. participants 50
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Language german
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Thu. 12:00 to 14:00 weekly Johannisstr. 12-20 - ES 131         65
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Stierstorfer, Klaus, Prof. Dr.
Graduation - Curricula Sem ECTS Bereich Teilgebiet
LA Berufskollegs - Englisch (27 049 3) -
LA GHRGe/Grundschule - Englisch (21 049 3) -
LA Gymn. u. Gesamtschulen - Englisch (25 049 3) -
LA GHRGe/HRGe - Englisch (24 049 3) -
Lehramt Sek I - Englisch (43 049 98) -
Sek II mit berufl. Schw. - Englisch (18 049 98) -
Lehramt Sek II - Englisch (44 049 98) -
Lehramt Sek II und Sek I - Englisch (49 049 98) -
Magister - Englische Philologie (02 008 97) -
Lehramt Primarstufe - Englisch (42 049 98) -
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Fachbereich 09 Philologie
Englisches Seminar
Description In his Defence of Poesy (1579-90), Sir Philip Sidney protrays philosophy on the oone hand as "too abstract and general" and hence not useful for practical purposes while he considers history too caught in the "particular truth" that it "draweth no necessary consequence", whereas literature "coupleth the general notion with the particular exampe", and hence is the most desirable discipline among the three. Constrasts and connections between philosophical positions and literary theories and practices have been established in great number ever since Sidney's time all the way to Postmodernism. This seminar proposes to explores some of these with the aim to further the mutual understanding and relationship between philosophy and literature in students' practical and theoretical work on and about texts.

1.) Personal enlistment at in the secretariat (Frau Wahlig) 21.-25. Januar 2008. List of accepted participants will be posted on the blackboard by Wednesday, 30 January 2008; OBLIGATORY introductory meeting on FRIDAY, 8 Feb: 2008, 14-16.00 in H19.
2.) Enrolment under HIS-LSF (http://uvlsf.uni-muenster.de/).
Literature Bibliographical References will be provided at the obligatory introductory meeting on Feb 8, 2008, 14-16, in H19.
Remarks [Teilgebiete: B.1,2,3 (LPO 94/98/2000); V.3 (MPO 1997)]

ERASMUS-Students only:
ECTS: 5 credits / with paper and presentation 10 credits

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