|Course Code||Course Type||ECTS||Semester||Year||Level of Course Unit||Mode of Delivery||Language of Instruction|
This course elaborates on the problematic of ideal political regime within the context of Ancient Greek-Rome and Middle Age Europe.
This course focuses on the question of political regime by analyzing different traditions of political philosophy such as Platonism, Aristotelianism, Stoicism and Neo-Platonism.
The selective reading from the writings of Plato, Aristotle, Cicero, Polybius and secondary readings related to Stoa and Neo-Platonism.
|Term (or Year) Learning Activities||Quantity||Mean Percentage|
|End Of Term (or Year) Learning Activities||Quantity||Mean Percentage|
|Activities||Count||Duration (hrs)||Total Workload|
|1||Political Theory and The Question of Political Regime|
|2||Platon "Republic" I, II, III|
|3||Platon "Republic" IV, V, VI|
|4||Platon "Republic" VII, VIII, IX, X|
|5||Aristoteles "Politics' I, II, III, IV|
|6||Aristoteles "Politics' V, VI, VII, VIII|
|8||Stoa Thinking: God, Nature and Knowledge|
|9||Stoa Thinking: Morality, Free Will and Politics|
|10||Polybius and Cicero|
|11||Neo-Platonist Thinking: God, Nature and Knowledge|
|12||Neo-Platonist Thinking: Morality, Free Will and Politics|
|Learning Outcomes||Program Outcomes|
|Students understand the question of political regime.|
|Students understand basic texts of Platon, Aristotle and Augustinus on the basis of political regime.|
|Students understand different politico-theological and philosophical basis of monarchy, aristocracy and democracy as the different types of political regime.|
1 Very Low
5 Very High