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Western Philosophy, since its inception, has largely ignored the medium by which it is communicated: its literature. This course examines the relation between linguistic ability and philosophical acuity through a number of texts, from ancient to modern.

The approach is to examine seminal works throughout the history of Western Philosophy - one text every class - from Plato's "Symposium" and the poetry of Lucretius, to Descartes' "Meditations" to the ground-breaking work of Friedrich Nietzsche and Ludwig Wittgenstein.

 

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Tea Connection
Av Cerviño 3550 C1425AGR Buenos Aires
Almacaen & Co
Andrés Arguibel 2816 C1426DKB Buenos Aires
Dada Bistro
San Martín 941 Buenos Aires
At home
(Buenos Aires)
In your office
(Buenos Aires)
In a public place
(Buenos Aires)

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Hourly rates (USD $)

1 student$30.00
2 students$24.00
3 students or more$20.00

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Aprende por qué hay personas que dicen "vistes" en vez de "viste". A que no sabes que ese NO es un error. ¿Por qué seguimos usando la "h"? ¿Por qué tenemos acentos tan diferentes? ¿Miguel Hidalgo seseaba al hablar? ¿Qué vicisitudes enfrentó Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz por ser poco recatada?

Utilizo la inducción en vez de la deducción; esto quiere decir que te doy un ejemplo práctico y, a partir de él tú induces la teoría general; contrario a la manera en la que suelen darse las clases. Es la manera más sencilla de aprender bien.

1. El latín vulgar
2. Movimientos históricos y el habla
3. Poesía y música popular: el habla, la historia y la creación literaria
4. Las enseñanzas del siglo XX
5 Saca tus propias conclusiones

 

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FES Acatlan
Av. Alcanfores y San Juan Totoltepec S/N, Santa Cruz Acatlan, 53150 Naucalpan de Juarez, Mex
Fac de Filosofia y Letras
Circuito Interior. Ciudad Universitaria, s/n. C.P. 04510. Mx, DF. Entrada a CU por metro Copilco
Parque Mexico
Av. Mexico S/N, Cuauhtemoc, Col Hipodromo Condesa, 06100 Ciudad de Mexico, D.F.
In a public place
(Mexico City)

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Hourly rates (MXN $ / USD $)

1 student$150.00 [~$6.90]
2 students$120.00 [~$5.52]
3 students or more$100.00 [~$4.60]
Literature Courses
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Un panorama della letteratura inglese e americana scritta in o avendo come soggetto principale l'Italia; un viaggio letterario che parte nel tardo Settecento con i poeti Romantici quali John Keats e Lord Byron e che arriva al primo Novecento con James Joyce e Ernest Hemingway.

This course will explore the writings of British and American ex-pats during time spent in Italy. This literary voyage will begin in the late 18th century, with the Romantic poets (Johns Keats and Lord Byron) and will dock in the early 20th century experiences of James Joyce and Ernest Hemingway.

This course aims not only to familiarize students with canonical English literature a product of an Italian setting, but will also examine other artistic movements equally influenced by the Mediterranean peninsula (art, music). It also sees as a secondary goal, the acquisition of English language through literary analysis.

 

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Biblioteca delle Oblate
Via Dell'Oriuolo, 26 (Firenze, FI, 50122)
Mama's Bakery
Via della Chiesa, 34R (Firenze, FI, 50125)
At home
(Florence)
In your office
(Florence)
In a public place
(Florence)

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Hourly rates (EUR € / USD $)

1 student€15.00 [~$17.00]
2 students€10.00 [~$11.33]
3 students or more€7.00 [~$7.93]

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Imparate l'inglese guardando la TV americana, canadese e inglese. Imparate a riconoscere le differenze negli accenti anglosassoni attraverso il mondo e nel gergo locale usato nei paesi anglosassoni.

Learn English by watching American, Canadian, and British television series. Learn to recognize and differentiate English accents from around the world and different varieties of English slang. You will be able to speak like a British or American local after this course!

This course uses mainstream (and independent) television programs to connect learners to English in a fun and relevant context. It uses current conversational techniques and encourages real interaction with the idiosyncrasies of English language rather than a strict focus on grammar.

 

Lessons in person:

Biblioteca delle Oblate
Via Dell'Oriuolo, 26 (Firenze, FI, 50122)
Mama's Bakery
Via della Chiesa, 34R (Firenze, FI, 50125)
At home
(Florence)
In your office
(Florence)
In a public place
(Florence)

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Hourly rates (EUR € / USD $)

1 student€15.00 [~$17.00]
2 students€10.00 [~$11.33]
3 students or more€7.00 [~$7.93]

Free registration

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