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Lecturer: Edward Niesyty, Ph.D., D.Sc.,

Institute of Management Engineering,

Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Management,

Strzelecka 11, 60-965 Poznań, Poland

tel. 852-75-21 w.174

e-mail: office_me@put.poznan.pl



Objectives of the course:

Students should obtain theoretical knowledge of aesthetics as a way of understanding and valuation of art.


Course description:

Main categories of aesthetics, Art - the creator and receiver. The problem of receiving the piece of art, its understanding, Styles and conventions of art, Most important styles in Mediterranean culture history. Styles of Greek and Roman art. Middleages art. Renaissance outbreak. art development till XIXth century, the idea of modernity in European culture. Main attitudes in modern art. From “art for art” to engaged art. Vanguard and the limits of art. Useful art, games of words. bodies and gesture, professional art. Kinds of art: theatre, music, poetry. literature, architecture, sculpture, painting and connected. Borrowing and plagiarism. Mass art, unique art. Art dealing. Fashion, pulp art, cheap art.


Assessment methods:

Written test


Bibliography:

1. E. H. Gombrich, The Story of Art, London 1996



Course title: Principles of Philosophy

Elective humanistic subject II

Field of study: Environmental Protection


Hours/week



Number of credits: 2

project/seminars:


Lecturer: Stanisław Popławski, Ph.D., D.Sc.

Institute of Management Engineering,

Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Management,

Strzelecka 11, 60-965 Poznań, Poland

tel. 852-75-21 w.174

e-mail: office_me@put.poznan.pl



Objectives of the course:

Students should obtain knowledge of main philosophical terms and categories and the ways of philosophical thinking for better interpretation of recognized reality.


Course description:

Introduction: a man and a world - natural, scientifical and philosophical picture. The subject and the inner structure of philosophy. Phil. among other sciences. Philosophical basis of sciences. Epistemology - realism and idealism in recognition theory. Rationalism and empiricism in looking for the sources of knowledge. The matter of truthfulness of knowledge, the criterions of truth. The theory of existence (ontology. metaphysics) - basic knowledge. Currents and points of view of ontology. The rules and the changes of the world: determinism. indeterminism. The problems of freedom: ontological and socially axiological dimensions. Human being and a subject of scientifical and philosophical reflection. Philosophical conceptions of a man - an argue of human nature. Techniques, it’s humanistic reason and social functions.


Assessment methods:

E.g. written test.


Bibliography:

1. B. Russel, The Problems of Philosophy, London 1967



Course title: History of Philosophy

Elective humanistic subject II

Field of study: Environmental Protection

Hours/week



Number of credits: 2

project/seminars:


Lecturer: Zdzisław Maciejewski, Ph.D.

Institute of Management Engineering,

Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Management,

Strzelecka 11, 60-965 Poznań, Poland

tel. 852-75-21 w.174

e-mail: office_me@put.poznan.pl



Objectives of the course:

Students should obtain knowledge of analyzing elective trends of philosophy. esp. their role of creating the elements of culture.


Course description:

The ways of classification and systematization of philosophical currents. Ancient philosophy of Greek and Roman times. Early Christian philosophy: Augustine and Boethius. Theological interpretation of Aristotle: Thomas. Our times philosophy: methodological rationalism of Descartes, methodological empiricism of Bacon. Social naturalism by Hobbes. Critical philosophy of Kant. German idealistic materialistic philosophy. Positivism and evolutionism. Metaphysical irrationalism by Schopenhauer. Modern philosophy - Elective currents.


Assessment methods:

E.g. written test.


Bibliography:

1. B. Russel, A History of Western Philosophy, sec. ed., London 1968



Course title: Ethics

Elective humanistic subject II

Field of study: Environmental Protection

Hours/week



Number of credits: 2

project/seminars:


Lecturer: Ryszard Nazar, Ph.D., D.Sc.,

Institute of Management Engineering,

Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Management,

Strzelecka 11, 60-965 Poznań, Poland

tel. 852-75-21 w.174

e-mail: office_me@put.poznan.pl



Objectives of the course:

Students should obtain knowledge of theoretical and practical problems of moral consciousness.


Course description:

Human being and the world of values. Main ethics categories: morality. descriptive ethics (sociology and psychology of morality, metaethics), normative ethics, moral value, duty, norms, marks, sanctions. Description and marks - the problem of truth in an ethics. Main currents and criterions of description of normative ethics. Eudaemonism, hedonism, stoicism. Christian ethics. Perfectionism. Utilitarism. Independent ethics. A man and human life and a moral value. Dignity - its understanding and the ways of defending. Freedom, independence and responsibility as markings of moral estimations. Tolerance and its limits. Pluralism, Confidence, kindness, brotherhood, solidarity as moral values in a sphere of social interactions. Engineer’s ethics - moral aspects of engineers’ social roles. Techniques and it development from ethical point of view.


Assessment methods:

Written tests and discussions


Bibliography:

1. P. Singer, Practical Ethics, Oxford 1993.



Course title: English

Field of study: Environmental Protection

Hours/week - semester


Profile:

classes:

4

E

semester II-V

semester V

Code: 3-9-1-009-02 / 3-9-1-009-03

3-9-1-009-04 / 3-9-1-009-05

laboratory:

Number of credits: 6 (semesters II-III – 1 credit

semesters IV-V - 2 credits)

project/seminar:


Lecturer: Iwona Gajewska-Skrzypczak, M.Sc.

Department of Foreign Languages

Piotrowo 3A, 60-965 Poznań, Poland

tel. 665 2491, fax 665 2793

e-mail: office_dfl@put.poznan.pl


Objectives of the course:

The student will obtain knowledge of proper communication in English.


Course description:

  1. Repetition of grammar of the secondary school level (classes, Discussion s, essays on different topics).

  2. Elements of grammar on a new level, focus on the main forms of its use.

  3. Phrases used in typical everyday life situations: shopping, asking the way, at the doctor’s, at the railway station, at the post office, description of a flat,

  4. Reaching high degree of communication and creating written forms on various topics: reports, formal and informal letters, c.v., application for a job,

  5. Enhancing vocabulary, adding new expressions as well as idioms. Discussion on various topics.

  6. Introducing additional elements of foreign languages Elective for different departments.

  7. Technical vocabulary various departments (individual study).

  8. Getting aquainted with professional literature, use of additional materials (newspapers, magazines, bulletin).

  9. Widening of general technical vocabulary.

  10. Additional articles/books of a free discussion and creative writing; marketing, advertising, vocabulary in commercial correspondence.


Assessment methods:

Tests during academic year, final exam (written and oral) after the course.

Bibliography:

Detailed information – course description, exam requirements and topics are displayed on the Board at the Department of Foreign Languages.



Course title: Man and Environment

Field of study: Environmental Protection

Hours/week - semester



Number of credits: 3

project/seminar:


Lecturer: Dariusz Pieńkowski M.Ph. in Psychology, M.Sc. in Biology,

Faculty of Sociology of Agriculture,

University of Agriculture in Poznań,

Wojska Polskiego 28

tel. 848 7128


Objectives of the course:

The purpose of this course is to show the relationships of man and his environment in the aspect of the present social and ecological crisis. Understanding the problems of environmental protection and the relationship of man and his environment requires an interdisciplinary assessment from both the social and environmental viewpoints. The programme focuses on providing these relationships and developing basic skills to assess the multidisciplinary environmental aspects on different dimensions of human activities in the nature.


Course description:

The student will be shown the historical relationships of man and nature, biological and cultural aspects of the human evolution with special emphasis in the following Field of studies: ideological trends, values or environmental awareness and ethics. The student will learn about crucial threats to nature caused by human activities and, further, will learn about the economic activities referring to the basic concepts of an ecological policy.

Basis topics:

  • Human environment as biological, social and cultural system

  • The influence of a crisis and ecological catastrophes in human history

  • Historical relationships of society to nature

  • Crucial threats to nature

  • Ecophilosophy

  • Social aspects of environmental protection: ecological awareness and education

  • Ecological ethics

  • The greening of technology

  • The processes of social and economic globalisation

  • Ecological aspects of healthiness and developments

  • Economy and environment. Macroeconomic aspects of the ecologisation of the economy.

  • An enterprise as an ecological system

  • Basic goals and tasks of an ecological policy. The main political methods of environmental protection. The function of economic methods.

  • The problems of consumption in the aspects of a social and ecological crisis.


Assessment methods:

Tests during academic year, final exams


Bibliography:

  1. Poskrobko B., Górka K., Radecki W., 1995, Ochrona środowiska, Warszawa PWE

  2. Domka L., 1996, Kryzys środowiska a edukacja dla ekorozwoju, poznań UAM.

  3. Kośmicki E., 1988, Kryzys i katastrofa ekologiczna jako czynniki ewolucji biokulturowej człowieka,[W:]Szkice z antropologii ogólnej, nr 12. Poznań, UAM.

  4. Kośmicki, E., 1988, Etologiczne i socjobiologiczne rozwinięcia teorii ewolucji. Poznań.

  5. Minsch J., 1995, Ekologiczne sterowanie w służbie zrównoważonego rozwoju. [W:] Buczkowski P. (red.), Prawne, ekonomiczne i społeczne uwarunkowania działalności władz lokalnych w zakresie ochrony środowiska. Poznań

  6. Cambell B., 1995, Ekologia człowieka, Warszawa PWN.

  7. Cichy D., Michajłow W., Sander H., 1988, Ochrona i kształtowanie środowiska, Warszawa WSiP.

  8. Dobzhansky T., 1959, Human nature as a product of evolution. [W:] Maslow A. H. (red.), New knowledge in human values, New York.

  9. German Advisory Council on Global Change, 1993 Annual Raport “World in Transition”. German.

  10. Interdyscyplinarne podstawy ochrony środowiska przyrodniczego. Kompendium do nauczania i studiowania. 1993, Wrocław - Kraków.

  11. Kalinowska A., 19?? Żyć ekologicznie, czyli codzienne małe działania chroniące środowisko. Gospodarstwo Domowe, nr ?

  12. Kośmicki E., 1995, Ekologia - Rolnictwo - Odżywianie, Wieś i Rolnictwo, nr 2.

  13. Kośmicki E., 1995, Jak możemy sami chronić własne środowisko życia. Wszechświat, t. 96, nr 12

  14. Kośmicki, E., 1983, Z problematyki ekologizacji działań ekonomicznych. [W:] Ruch Prawniczy, Ekonomiczny i Socjologiczny, Rok XLV nr 3.

  15. Kośmicki, E., 1992, Uwagi o genezie świadomości ekologicznej. [W:] [red.] K. Łastowski i M. Rafiński, Idee ekologii w świadomości społecznej, Ser. Szkice, vol. 1, Poznań.

  16. Kośmicki, E., 1995, Koncepcja zrównoważonego rozwoju jako podstawowa kategoria świadomości i polityki ekologicznej. [W:] Borecka K. (red.), Ochrona środowiska na uniwersyteckich studiach przyrodniczych, Opole.

  17. Kośmicki, E., 1996, Człowiek wobec procesów globalizacji. [W:] Hul Z. i Tulibacki W. (red.), Człowiek wobec świata (str. 152 - 166), Olsztyn.

  18. Kośmicki, E., 1996, Geneza i podstawowe elementy koncepcji trwałego rozwoju. [W:] Gospodarka Narodowa, nr 4.

  19. Kośmicki, E., 1996, Globalizm a problem uniwersalizmu kulturowego. [W:] Maszynopis (przygotowany do druku), Poznań.

  20. Kośmicki, E., 1996, Nowe podejście do ochrony środowiska. Przedsiębiorstwo jako system ekologiczny. [W:] Gospodarka Narodowa.

  21. Kośmicki, E., 1996, Przyszłość ekonomii - Ekonomia przyszłości. Czy środowisko posiada jeszcze szansę ?. [Tłumaczenie z:] Binswanger H. C., Zukunft der Őkonomie - Őkonomie der Zukunft. Hat die Umwelt eine Chance ?, [W:] Die Erhaltung der Umwelt als Herausforderung und Chance. Atzelsberger Gesprache 1994, Hrsg. von Max Vollkommer, Erlangen 1995, Erlangen Forschungen. Reihe A, Geistwissenschaften, Band 72, s. 61-72.

  22. Kośmicki, E., 1997, Globalizacja jako podstawowe wyzwanie dla ekologii społecznej.. [W:] Materiały V Ogólnopolskiej Konferencji Metodycznej: Ochrona Środowiska na Uniwersyteckich Studiach Przyrodniczych, Poznań.

  23. Kośmicki, E., 1997, Koncepcja ekorozwoju - próby konceptualizacji i wdrożenia. [W:] Wieś i Rolnictwo, nr 1.

  24. Kośmicki, E., 1997, Wymiar społeczno-ekonomiczny “trwałego rozwoju”. Strategie działania i środki ich wprowadzania.. (maszynopis)

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  27. Pieńkowski D., Problematyka kształtowania konsumpcji w warunkach integracji Polski z Unią Europejską. [W:] Burchard-Dziubińska M., Integracja Polski z Unią Europejską w dziedzinie ochrony środowiska – problemy, korzyści, zagrożenia, Łódź 2000 r. (str. 135-144).

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Course title: Ecology - Introduction

Field of study: Environmental Protection

Hours/week – semester



Number of credits: 4

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