Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv

 

 

                                                                

 

 

          

Approved by

         

 Vice-Dean of the Philosophical faculty

                                                           

  Komakha L.G.                                                                                                                                                                                   

                        ______________________

                                                                                                             

                «__» ________________ 2019 year

 

 

 

Program

of the discipline

 

«PHILOSOPHY»

 

Specialty 222 «Medicine»

 

 

 

Lecturers:  Ph.D. in Philosophy, associate professor of the department of Philosophy and  Methodology of Science Savynska I.V.,

Ph.D. in Philosophy, assistant professor at the department of Philosophy and Methodology of Science Zagorognuk V.V.

 

 

Prolonged:        20__/20__ yr.__________ (___________) «__»___ 20__yr.

 

                                         20__/20__ yr. __________(___________) «__»___ 20__yr.

 

                                        

 

Kyiv – 2019

 

 

Approved by the Department of Philosophy and Methodology of Science

 

Protocol ¹ ___ of «____» of August 2019

 

 

Head of the Department of Philosophy and Methodology of Science:

 

Professor Dobronravova I.S.

 

______________________

 

 

Approved by the Scientific and Methodical Commission of the Philosophical faculty

 

 

Protocol dated «_____» _____________________ 201__ year ¹__

 

Head of the Scientific and Methodical Commission

 

____________________ (Maslikova ².².)

 

«_____» _________________ 20___ year

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1.  The purpose and objectives of discipline:

 

   The goal of teaching "Philosophy" is ideological and methodological training of medical students, forming of their philosophical culture as a theoretical foundation of university level of specialists of training and updating of national consciousness of future medical elite.

   The main objectives of learning of the discipline "Philosophy" is to teach students to navigate the palette of philosophical trends, currents and schools; to develop their abilities to relate philosophical world outlook ideas and theories to practice of social life, professional work in the field of medicine and health care, etc; to create a proper theoretical framework for the free world outlook self-determination of each representative of youth.

Teaching if philosophy enables to lure students to ideological and methodological culture accumulated by mankind for its history, to show a holistic, integrative nature of knowledge about the world, to emphasize the fundamental importance of each man's spiritual self, civic and professional identity based on the principles of humanism and culture.

 

2.                 Interdisciplinary connections: the study of "Philosophy" discipline is connected with the knowledge of the socio-humanitarian and natural science disciplines and courses (history of Ukraine and Ukrainian culture, life safety, basics of bioethics and bio safety), and elective courses (Ethics, Aesthetics, Religion, Sociology and medical sociology, basic economic theories, etc.).

In turn, philosophy as an academic discipline integrates knowledge to disciplines, which provide further humanitarian and natural-scientific training medical students: Logic and formal logic; Ethical problems in medicine; The theory of knowledge and medicine; Fundamentals of Christian ethics and morals and so on.

The philosophy for future physicians is both world outlook and methodological basis, based on which is the assimilation of the humanities, general education, basic and applied sciences. Largely thanks to her output, it becomes possible to widen consciousness of students beyond the narrow professional training and achieve focus on general human values.

 

3. Description of discipline (abstract)

The study of philosophy plays an important role in the modern humanitarian education of medic, because philosophy takes methodological and cognitive functions, integrating humanitarian, fundamental and professionally oriented subjects in training the second (master's) level of the field of training 22 "Health Care ".

The subject of discipline is to study the fundamental problems of the world and human being, a decision if which will promote universal values acceptance by students.

 

4.Tasks (training goals):

According to the requirements of the Standard, the "Philosophy" discipline provides to students the acquiring of:

competences:

integrative — the ability to apply knowledge to solve complex problems and practical problems in the doctor's practice by applying the theories, principles and rules of humanitarian, fundamental and clinical science in terms of complexity and informative competence;

general:

- The ability to think abstractly;

- Capacity for analysis and synthesis of information received;

- The ability to form, organize and sequent express the thoughts;

- The ability to draw up and implement plans and personal projects;

- The ability to use interactive learning tools;

- The ability to carry out the processing and interpretation of empirical data;

- The desire for autonomous activity;

- The ability to operate in heterogeneous groups;

- Readiness to act in accordance with the norms of morality and ethics;

- The ability to identify and justify the objectives related to their own values and the meaning of life;

- The ability to work, take initiative and maintain relationships with others;

- The ability to apply theoretical knowledge and gain practical experience in solving problems of everyday and professional life;

- The ability to use information technology in everyday life;

- The ability to self organization and the free development of personality.

special (professional):

- The capacity for logical and dialectical thinking;

- The ability to use skills of definitions of philosophical concepts;

- The ability to assimilate the theoretical and methodological basis of philosophy of science;

- The ability to serial reproduction of historical and philosophical doctrines, systems of philosophy and practical philosophy;

- The ability to exercise their worldview;

- Test the ability to solve problems of varying complexity;

- The ability to create and use a philosophical terminology;

- The ability to search for and collect information of philosophical character;

- The ability to summarize sources and scientific publications on philosophy;

- The ability to put into practical use the theoretical and philosophical knowledge;

- The ability to analyze the mechanisms of development and interaction of natural, social and cultural processes;

- The ability to synthesize a priori knowledge gained from philosophical disciplines in a holistic worldview and outlook.

- The ability to anticipate problems and processes related to the preservation of the environment and the development of social and cultural life;

- The ability to use methods and techniques of dialogue and debates;

The learning outcomes:

the formation of culture of person of future dentist on the principles of humanism and universal human values, together with mastering basic set of general and specific competencies, theoretical and methodological knowledge in the discipline and practical skills.

 

 

5. Results of studying in a discipline:

 

 

Results of learning

Methods of teaching and learning

Method of evaluation

Percentage in the final evaluation of the discipline

(1.  to know; 2. to be able; 3.communication;

4. autonomy and responsibility)

Code

Learning outcomes

1.

To know

 

 

 

1.1

Definition of the concept of philosophy, it’s subject

lection, practical lesson

module control work, assessment of oral/written answers

5

1.2

Methods of philosophy

lection, practical lesson

module control work, assessment of oral/written answers

3

1.3

Different approaches to learning philosophy

lection, practical lesson

 

module control work, assessment of oral/written answers

5

1.4

Basic historic epochs of philosophical knowledge development

lection, practice class

module control work, assessment of oral/written answers

6

1.5

Main notions of philosophical vocabulary

lection, practice class

module control work, assessment of oral/written answers

10

2.

To be able

 

 

 

2.1

To do analytical work on philosophical text

practical lesson

module control work, assessment of oral/written answers

5

2.2

To take part in discussion on philosophical themes

practical lesson

module control work, assessment of oral/written answers

5

2.3

To work critically on material

practical lesson

module control work, assessment of oral/written answers

5

2.4

To compare different philosophical conceptions and positions

practice class

module control work, assessment of oral/written answers

7

2.5

To prepare own philosophical vocabulary on the base of material

practical lesson

module control work, assessment of oral/written answers

15

2.6

To represent different kinds of self-dependent works creatively, using modern technologies of presentation

lection, practice class

module control work, assessment of oral/written answers

5

3.

Communication

 

 

 

3.1

To be able to work in group

lection, practice class

oral answers

4

3.2

To present own preparation to the practice class orally

lection, practice class

oral answers

5

3.3

To take part in polemics and discussion, adhering to the culture of dialogue

lection, practice class

discussion

5

4.

Autonomy and responsibility

 

 

 

4.1

To use knowledge of foreign languages for independent researches

practice class

preparation to practice classes

5

4.2

To comply all of kinds of proposed job, correctly evaluating quotes and references on sources

practice class

oral answers, philosophical vocabulary

5

4.3

To take responsibility of own authority of researches and executed tasks

practice class

assessment of oral/written answers

5

 

 

6. The ratio of results of studying discipline with programmatic learning outcomes

 

Learning outcomes of the discipline (code)

Program

learning outcomes (title)

1.1

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2.1

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2.5

2.6

3.1

3.2

3.3

4.1

4.2

4.3

the ability to identify knowledge in practical situations

 

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the ability to use knowledge and understanding of the subject area and understanding of the profession

 

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understanding self-regulation and healthy lifestyle, the ability to adapt and act in a new situation

 

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the ability to understand the choice of communication strategy, teamwork skills, interpersonal skills

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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the ability to communicate effectively, to formulate and solve the problem in the native language, both verbally and in writing

 

 

 

 

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the ability to select and apply suitable, typical experimental methods, to interpret the results of the study

 

 

 

 

 

 

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practical skills in solving complex problems of implementation of anatomical and biological projects and conducting research according to specialization

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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collect, interpret relevant data and analyze the complexities within the specialization for reporting judgments that cover social and ethical issues

 

 

 

 

 

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the ability to demonstrate the current level of knowledge of the profile issues of clinical anatomy and surgical surgery in dealing with medical problems

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the ability to use the acquired knowledge in case of surgical interventions

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7. Scheme formation of mark.

7.1.Forms of student evaluation:

- semester assessment:

1.     Oral responses  – 5 points (10 seminars)

2.     Module control work (test)- 10 points

3.     Exam (final test) - 40 points

 

- final evaluation: in the form of the exam

The total score from the educational component as a whole, the final form of examination for which the exam is established, is defined as the sum of marks (marks) for all successfully evaluated learning outcomes during the semester (grades below the minimum threshold are not added to the final score) and the score obtained during exam.

The exam form is a test control. The maximum number of points that can be obtained by an examiner during the exam is 40 points per 100 ball scale.

It is not allowed to complete the semester control in order to improve the positive assessment.

 

- admission conditions for the final exam:

Mandatory admission to the exam is the completion of all practical classes and the writing of modular control work. An apprentice is not allowed to take an exam if he has scored less than 20 points during the semester.

7.2.Validity scale

 

Excellent

90-100

Good

75-89

Satisfactory

60-74

Poor

0-59

 

8. The structure of the discipline

 

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Section titles and themes

Number of hours

Lectures 

Practical lesson

Consultation

Independent work*

1

The subject of philosophy. Philosophy and worldview. Philosophy of Ancient Greece

2

1

 

8

2

Philosophy of Middle Ages and Renaissance

2

1

 

8

3

New Time and Age of Reason Philosophy.

2

2

 

8

4

German classical philosophy of XIX century.

2

2

 

8

5

History of ÕÕ century Philosophy

2

2

 

8

6

Problem of Being: Ontology as a Branch of Philosophy

2

2

 

8

7

The Philosophical Problem of Consciousness. Cognition and Truth as Main Problems of Gnoseology

2

2

 

8

8

General methodology: Philosophical Aspects.

2

2

 

8

9

Philosophy of Society. Philosophy of Global Problems and Strategy of Sustainable development of Humanity.

2

2

 

4

10

Philosophical Anthropology and Philosophy of Culture

2

2

 

8

11

Module control work

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2

 

4

12

Consultation

-

-

 

-

13

Total

20

20

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80

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total volume 120 hours, including:

Lectures - 20 hours.

Practical classes - 20 hours

Independent work - 80 hours.

 

9. Recommended sources:

Basic:

1. Basics of Philosophy: http://www.philosophybasics.com/

2. Classics of Western Philosophy / edited by Steven M. Cahn (6th ed.). Indianapolis, Hackett Publishing Company, 2002. 1199 p. Available from: http://books.google.com.ua/books?id=3lZ3BqmRDlAC&printsec=frontcover&dq=Clàssics+of+Western+Philosophy+/+edited+by+Steven+M.+Cahn&hl=uk&sa=X&ei=t0Eb

3. Online Philosophical Texts: http://www.philosophyindex.com/texts.php

4. Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy: http://plato.stanford.edu

Additional:

1.     Early Modern Philosophy Texts: http://www.earlymoderntexts.com

2.      Theory and history of ontology: http://www.ontology.co/