At the end of this learning unit, the student is able to :
|1||The aim of this topic, opened to unspecialised fellows susceptible of an epistemological thought, is to train the students' thought on the problematic of the Evolution and the Humanisation. It analyses critically the causes of the theory of the Evolution and takes an inventory of the heuristic locks and of the cultural contexts of its history those allows a best understanding of the circumstances and the conditions of the presence of the human group|
Due to the COVID-19 crisis, the information in this section is particularly likely to change.Lectures
Due to the COVID-19 crisis, the information in this section is particularly likely to change.Written exam (one for each part). Be careful, the score of each part must be higher than 7/20 to be successful. A partial score of 7 or less out of 20 for a game automatically gives a final score of 7/20 or less, even if the arithmetic mean is higher.
Partial exemptions valid for sessions of the same academic year are possible if one, but not the other part of the course is successful (i.e. 10/20 or more), after written request and agreement of the holders (by email).
Please use the UCLouvain Moodle platform of the course to be updated on contents and organisation, including examination.
- Please use the UCLouvain Moodle platform of the course to be updated on contents and organisation, including examination.
- - Partie humanisation (livre de référence) : How Humans Evolved (Anglais), december 2017 (and new editions in 2020) de Robert Boyd (Auteur), Joan B Silk (Auteur), W. W. Norton & Company Editors