Course Four Views on the Human Being

Kierkegaard, Nietzsche, Heidegger and Scheler

Official name
Four Views on the Human Being
Modality On-site
Duration 2 Months
Language Spanish
Places available 20
Credits 5-ECTS
Start Date October 2024
Schedule Tuesday, from 18 to 21h
Location Barcelona

The Course Four Perspectives on the Human Being aims to engage in profound reflection on the state of being human in today's world. This exploration is guided by the anthropological viewpoints of four of the most prominent contemporary philosophers: Søren Kierkegaard, Friedrich Nietzsche, Max Scheler, and Martin Heidegger.

Key works by these philosophers will assist students in reexamining crucial aspects of human existence, such as love, vocation, the place of humanity in the cosmos, anxiety, time, and death.

The diverse perspectives presented in the writings of these great thinkers open up new horizons for contemporary thought and stimulate discussions on pivotal questions that are more pressing than ever in the face of challenges like transhumanism and posthumanism: What is the essence of being human? What is our purpose in the world? Does life and human suffering have a meaning? Are love and hope possible?



Some or all of the cost of this course may be covered by FUNDAE training funds.

La Salle-URL is accredited by FUNDAE as a training provider, and we provide all the information required so you can request funding for your course from said body.

We offer special bonuses to those companies that enroll several participants in the same course or in different courses within the current academic year.