Aristotle's Metaphysics
I. OBJECTIVES: Examination of concepts, arguments and problems exposed by Aristotle in the books Metaphysics and Categories regarding the problem of categories as supreme genres of being.
II. CONTENT: the theory of categories exposed in the Categories and study of the Delta Book of Metaphysics. Subordinated content: principles, criteria and strategies for determining categories in Aristotle.
III. EVALUATION: Written and / or oral exam at the end of the course
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IV. DURATION: 6 months. Credit Hours: 180 H
Target Audience: Graduate student or graduates

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OTHER COURSES:
Hist. Course of Ancient Philosophy
Hist. Course of Medieval Philosophy
Hist. Course of Modern Philosophy
Hist. Course of Contemporary Philosophy
Intr. Course to the Philosophy of Mind