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1. Philosophy of Taoism.

2. Philosophy of Confucianism.

3. Philosophy of Buddhism.

4. Philosophy of Jainism.

5. Hindu Philosophy.

6. Ancient Greece philosophy.

7. Philosophy of Socrates.

8. Philosophy of Plato.

9. Philosophy of Aristotle.

10. Christianity.

11. Islam.

12. Philosophy of al-Faraby.

13. Рhilosophy of Acvinatus.

14. Аrt, culture and religion in Renaissance

15. Рhilosophy of N. Machiavelli.

16. Рhilosophical worldview of Leonardo da Vinci and Michelangelo.

17. Innovations in science, culture and in philosophy.

18. Philosophy of Diderot.

19. Philosophy of J. J. Rousseau.

20. Philosophy of Voltaire.

21. Transcendental idealism of I. Kant.

22. Moral philosophy of I. Kant.

23. Philosophical views of Fichte, Schelling and Hegel.

24. Existentialism.

25. Positivism.

26. Phenomenology.

27. Pragmatism.

28. Marxism.

29. Scientism.

30. Philosophy and culture.

31. Kazakh philosophy.


THEME1. Introduction to Philosophy.

What does philosophy discover? (the subject discovers essence of human being (or life) and destination of the human). Philosophy as an attempt to come to a systematic understanding of the world through the use of reason and logic.Philosophy as humanitarian discipline (it learns students to develop their thinking and speech).

THEME2. The Ancient Philosophy of East.

What is the meaning of ancient Indian philosophy? What is the differences between Chinese and Indian philosophy? Confucianism as moral – ethical system of Chinese philosophy. Buddhism as religion and philosophical system. Development of religions in Ancient India.