[FE 1086]  Political Ethics

Semestre I
Venerdì 10:30 - 12:15

Informazioni sul corso

Prof: BAUZON, Stephane
Email: [email protected]
Lingua: Inglese
Programma: Baccellierato
ECTS: 3
Programma:
Semestre I
Venerdì 10:30 - 12:15

Introduzione

PART ONE: POLITICAL SOCIETY AND HUMAN ETHICS

 

  1. A) Modern Civil Society and Political Law

1: Hobbesian Legalist Positivism

  1. The nature philosophy of epicureans and its influence on Modern

Politics Paragraph

3: Utilitarianism of scientific positivism and political right

 

  1. B) The law of the political community and the political right

1) The antinomy of general texts

2) The antinomy of special texts

3) The permanent search for the political purpose of the laws

 

SECOND PART: POLITICAL LAW AND MORAL AND RELIGIOUS VALUES

 

A)Political Law and Moral Precepts

1: Modern jusnaturalist philosophy

2) Human rights

3) Which influence of morality on political law?

B Politics and Divine Law

1) Plato’s Philosophy of   Divine Law

2) The Torah and Legal Augustinism

3) Saint Thomas and the Social Doctrine of the Church

Bibliografia

Texts to read:

1) Aristotle, Politics, Book 1
2) Saint Thomas Aquinas, S.T., IIa, IIae, Questio 57
3) ADDRESS OF HIS HOLINESS BENEDICT XVI, Reichstag Building, Berlin,
Thursday, 22 September 2011
https://w2.vatican.va/content/benedict-xvi/en/speeches/2011/september/documents/hf_ben- xvi_spe_20110922_reichstag-berlin.html