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DR. YANGAS COLLEGES, INC.

Formerly Dr. Yangas Francisco Balagtas Colleges


Wakas, Bocaue, Bulacan

COURSE SYLLABUS
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COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES

Course Code
Course Title
Credit Units
Course Description

Contact Hours/week
Prerequisite
Course Objectives

PHILO 102
PHILOSOPHY OF MAN
3
The course will run for a semester that aims to teach the students the importance of Philosophical views based on ideas,
principles, and concepts of well-known Philosophers that ultimately applied to real life activities will ensure the growth and
development of the student attending to this course.
54 hours/ 18 weeks
None
At the end of the course, the students will be able to:
1. Comprehend and grasp the different concepts pertaining to Philosophy of Man
2. Analytical in the application of philosophical views in day to day affairs;
3. Application of the DYCIAN Core Values based on Philosophical methods to day to day living;
4. Demonstrate effective social transformation based on socio-philosophical approaches.

COURSE OUTLINE AND TIMEFRAME


Course Content/Subject Matter
Week 1
1. Meaning and Importance of Philosophy
2. Study of Philosophy
Week 2

The Two Branches of Philosophy

Week 3
The Methods of Inquiry
Week 4
1. The Nature of Man
2. Man: His Determinants and as A Unique Being
Week 5
Preliminary Examination
Week 6
1. Meaning of Fides
2. Philosophy of Religion
3. Divine Intervention
4. Deities and other Theological Teachings
Week 7
1. Meaning of Veritas
2. Teachings based on Morality and Ethics

Week 8
1. Meaning of Sapientia

2. Philosophical views based on Knowledge and Wisdom


Week 9
1. Meaning of Caritas
2. Philosophical views towards Values Formation
Week 10
Midterm Examination
Week 11
1. Meaning of Excellentia
2. Philosophers of Modern Philosophical Views
Week 12
1. Meaning of Patria
1.
2.
3.
4.

2. Philosophers of Socio-Political ideas and concepts


Week 13
1. Western Traditional Philosophies
2. Greek, Roman, and Medieval Thoughts
Week 14
1. Eastern Traditional Philosophies
2. Asian Philosophers, Religious Doctrines, and oriental mysticism
Week 15

Semi-Final Examination
Week 16 & 17
1. Filipino values, traits, traditions and customs
2. Religiosity and forbearance of the Filipino family
Week 18
Final Examination

LEARNING PLAN
Desired Learning
Outcomes (DLO)

Course Content/Subject
Matter

Textbooks/References

To be
knowledgeable on
the meaning and
importance of
Philosophy as part
of day to day
activities

Identifying the Meaning and


Importance of Philosophy

Bairan, Bonifacio. (2005) An


Introduction to Syllogistic Logic
(Revised Edition). Philippines.
Katha, Publishing Co.
Dy, Manuel B., Jr. (2012).
Philosophy of man : selected
readings. Makati City : Katha
Pub., Co., Inc.
Kahane, Howard. (2005) Logic
and Philosophy (Revised Edition):
USA: Bentham Publishing.
Retrieved from
Students are
http://philosophy.org/intro/man given the tasks

To have expertise in
Differentiation of the Two
determining the two
(2) Branches of Philosophy

Teaching and
Learning
Activities (TLAs)
Students are
given the
introduction in
determining the
meaning and
importance of
Philosophy as
part of day to
day activities

Assessment
Task (ATs)

DYCI Values
Content

Resource
Materials

Time
Table

Case studies
and Board
works

Application of
the different
Philosophical
Views on day
to day affairs

Whiteboard
Marker
Computer
Projector

Week
1

Case studies,

Develop a
stoic point of

PowerPoint
presentation
introducing
the wellrenowned
philosophers
of all time
and their
contributions Week
2

(2) Branches of
Philosophy

1. Speculative/Theoretical
Philosophy
2. Practical Philosophy
3. Modern Views

To have an
application on the
process of Methods
of Inquiry as part of
day today affairs

Methods of Inquiry
1. Principles
2. Concepts
3. Application

Students are
tasks to use and
apply the
different
process of the
Methods of
Inquiry on day
to day affairs

To realize the
Nature of Man
based on
conservative and
modern views

The Nature of Man


1. History
2. Concepts
3. Classical Views

Students are
introduced to
make determine
the Nature of
Man in
identifying the
conservative
and modern
views
Students are
taught to
utilized and
understand the

To make use Fides


or Religion in
addressing the
issues of
ecclesiastical

Childhood Years of Young


1. Influences
2. Early Education
3.Relation to other

of determining
the two (2)
Branches of
Philosophy
based on day to
day affairs
-Educational
Tour

Group
Dynamics,
and Board
works

view

Develop
respect to the
different
Philosophers
and their
Philosophies

Week
3

Develop the
capacity of
the students
to appreciate
the
uniqueness of
man

Week
4

Develop the
Group
awareness of
Dynamics and the students
on the pivotal

Week
5

Group
dynamics

Written or
Oral quiz

concerns

To knowhow the
utilization of Veritas
or Morality and
Ethics

Fides (Religion and Divine


Intervention)
1. Meaning
and
Importance
2. Concepts
3. Philosophical Views

To apply Sapientia
or Philosophical
views on day today
activities

Veritas (Morality and Ethics)


1. Meaning and
Importance
2. Concepts
3. Philosophical Views

Religious
Case studies
doctrines to be
practice in their
daily affairs
Picture analysis
Case studies
Javines, Romeo R. (2009).
-Students are
and written
Philosophy of Human Person :
given the task to
quiz
with selected Readings a textidentify and
workbook. Philippines :
learn moral
Educational Publishing
values and
House, Inc.
ethical
Nery-Nabor, Maria Imelda.
standards as
part of human
(2007) Philosophy of Man:
Philippines: National Book Store. interaction
Stuart, Michael. (2011)
Principles of Philosophy. USA:
Bentham Publishing.
Opening activity Group
Retrieved from
Play viewing:
Dynamics,
(1st
part)
www.logic.com/man/philo/
Interview
Discussion:
process, and
(2nd part)
Case studies
Students are
taught to use
Philosophical
views in their
day to day
affairs

role of religion
in the human
civilization
Acquisition of
the Values of
an effective
teacher (truth,
wisdom,
charity,
excellence,
love of
Country and
faith)

Develop
characteristics
of a good
learner
(Motivated
and desire to
learn)
-Truth
-Faith
-Excellence

Whiteboard
Marker
Computer
Projector

Week
7

Week
8

-Nationalistic
fervor
To determine
Caritias or Values
formation in
addressing issues of
concerns

Sapientia (Knowledge and


Other Philosophical Views)
1. Meaning and
Importance
2. Concepts
3. Philosophical Views
Caritas (Values and Values
Formation)
1. Meaning and
Importance
2. Concepts
3. Philosophical Views

To utilize Excellentia
or Modern
Philosophies in
appreciating
Philosophical
activities

Excellentia (Modern
Philosophers and Their
Philosophies)
1. Meaning and
Importance
2. Concepts
3. Philosophical Views

To relate Patria or
Socio-Political
Philosophy in the
society of man

Patria (Socio-Political
Philosophy)
1. Meaning and
Importance

Students are
taught of
determining
Values
formation based
on social and
humanitarian
practices

Case studies,
Reaction
papers, and
Recitations

Week
9

Differentiation
of wellwritten
behavioral
objectives
-God oriented
-Others
oriented

Ariola, Mariano M. (2009) .


Philosophy of Human Person.
Quezon city : Wiseman Books
Trading Inc.
Trinidad, Harold. (2013)
Philosophy of Man. Philippines:
DYCI.
Retrieved from
www.aristotelian@net.com/pdf
/

Picture analysis
-Students are
given the tasks
to make use and
adapt Modern
Philosophies as
their guiding
principles in life

Students are
required to
make use and
adapt the

Recitations,
Group
Dynamics,
and written
quiz

Recitation,
written quiz,

Appreciation
of the benefits
of different
instructional
methods and
materials.

Develop
positive
attitudes on

Whiteboard
Marker
Computer
Projector

Week
11

Week
12

2. Concepts
3. Philosophical Views

Socio=Political
and Research
Philosophy as
an instrument in
nation-building
-Sharing of
interpretation
(triad)
-Research
activity

how to deal
with people
-Wisdom
-Charity
-Love of
Country
-Faith
-Culture
Sensitivity
-Active
Participation

To employ Western
Traditional
Philosophy to real
life

Philosophy of Man: Western


Tradition
1. History
2. Concepts
Philosophy of Man: Eastern
Tradition

Students are
required to
understand the
Western
Tradition of
Philosophy as
part of their
existence as
human beings

Research,
Board work,
and written
quiz

Personal

Board work

1.History

Develop the
students in
appreciating
the teachings
of western
tradition as
part of human
intervention
and
socialization

Week
13

2. Concepts
To harness Eastern

Filipino Values

Trinidad, Harold. (2013)

Develop the

Whiteboard

Week

Traditional
Philosophy to real
life

To direct Filipino
Values in
determining critical
analysis on written
ideas and
arguments
To mastery of the
Filipino Values and
traits and being at
one with my
heritage

1. Culture
2. Identity

Development of the Human


Person
1. Identity
2. Concepts
3. Culture
4. Impression

Philosophy of Man. Philippines:


DYCI.
Bairan, Bonifacio. (2009) An
Introduction to Syllogistic Logic
(Revised Edition). Philippines.
Katha, Publishing Co.
Retrieved from
www.philo.et.al.com.ph/man/

reflection
-Students are
taught to use
Eastern
Tradition of
Philosophy as
part of their
existence as
human beings

Students are
tasks to apply
Filipino values in
daily
correspondence
and written
ideas based on
the substance of
concepts and
arguments
being presented
Students are
introduced to
the Filipino
Traits as one of
the best quality
of a Filipino

and written
quiz

Board work
and written
quiz
Research

attitude
Marker
Computer
towards
resilience and Projector
patience by
conducting a
research study

Develop
appreciation
in the
uniqueness of
the Filipino
individual as a
person and as
part of the
human society
Develop the
student in
understanding
the
importance of
Filipino Values
as part of the
good qualities
of a person

15

Week
16 17

and as a
creation of
God
Suggested Readings
and References

Suggested Readings from Infotrac Custom 100:

Ancient Philosophy
APEIRON: A Journal for Ancient Philosophy and Science
Asian Philosophy
Epoche: A Journal for the History of Philosophy
History and Philosophy of Logic
Inquiry (An Interdisciplinary Journal of Philosophy)
International Journal of Applied Philosophy
Journal of Ethics & Social Philosophy
Journal of Philosophy: A Cross Disciplinary Inquiry
Philosophy
Philosophy & Public Affairs
Philosophy East and West
Philosophy Today
The Journal of Philosophy
The Journal of the History of Philosophy

References:
A. Books
Ariola, Mariano M. (2009) . Philosophy of Human Person. Quezon city : Wiseman Books Trading Inc.
Bairan, Bonifacio. (2005) An Introduction to Syllogistic Logic (Revised Edition). Philippines. Katha, Publishing Co.
Dy, Manuel B., Jr. (2012). Philosophy of man : selected readings. Makati City : Katha Pub., Co., Inc.
House, Inc.

Javines, Romeo R. (2009). Philosophy of Human Person : with selected Readings a text-workbook. Philippines : Educational Publishing
Kahane, Howard. (1986)Logic and Philosophy: a modern introduction. Belmont : Wadsworth Publishing Co., .
Nabor, Maria Imelda Nery. (2007) Philosophy of Man: Philippines: National Book Store.
Trinidad, Harold. (2013) Philosophy of Man. Philippines: DYCI.
B. Web page
Angle, Stephen C. (2011). Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy. Retrieved from http://philosophy.org/intro/man/
Ankeny, Rachel. (2012). Philosophy of Soren Kierkegaard. Retrieved from www.philo.et.al.com.ph/man/
Cruz, Corazon L. (2012). Models of Man. Retrieved from www.logic.com/man/philo/
Davies, Edwin A. (2013). Political Philosophy. Retrieved from www.aristotelian@net.com/pdf/

Course
Requirements
Grading System

Classroom Policies

Prepared by:

Exams
Exercises and Assignments
Class Participation
Class Standing -------------------------------40%
Recitation, quizzes, seatwork, assignments, group activities
Written Examination ----------------------40%
Major Examination
Character ------------------------------------10%
Project----------------------------------------10%
Any learning-related output
Cheating will result in a grade of 5.0
A student with a failing semi-final standing should not miss the final exam
Once inside the classroom, all cellular phones must be turned off or should at least be turned to discreet/silent mode
All requirements should be submitted on the date and time agreed upon.
References Reviewed by:
Approved by:

Prof. Joseph I. Andagan


Faculty

Ms. Charo Galang


Chief Librarian

Dr. Maria Visitacion G. Fernandez


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