Found 385 courses
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social sciences  subject

Ecclesiastical Law III

Kyriakos Kyriazopoulos - Postgraduate - (A+)
Law, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

In this course we examine the relations between state and religions or religious communities or communities of non-believers, amongst the member-states of the European Union with a catholic, protestant, or mixed (catholico-protestant) tradition.

medicine science health professions subject

Biology of dental implants

Georgios Makris - Undergraduate - (A-)
School of Dentistry, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

This course aims to describe the biological foundations of clinical dental implantology

humanities and arts subject

Kolyvades and Neomartyrs: Sanctity and theology of martyrdom

Symeon Paschalidis - Undergraduate - (A+)
Pastoral and Social Theology, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

Not available

humanities and arts subject

Synoptic tradition and Q studies

Ekaterini Tsalampouni - Postgraduate - (A+)
Pastoral and Social Theology, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

The course deals with the Synoptic tradition and so-called “Spruchquelle” (Q) as well as with the individual sources of all three Synoptics and their possible interrelations. Moreover, the following topics will be discussed in the course: (1) the synoptic problem and the various solutions that have been proposed from antiquity onwards Ι, (2) the synoptic problem and the various solutions that have been proposed from antiquity onwards ΙΙ, (3) the oral and written sources of the Synoptic Gospels (Lord, Bailey, Dunn), (4) the oral and written sources of the Synoptic Gospels (Bryskog, LeDonn),(5) Q and its significance in the Early Church, (6) Q and the Gospel of Thomas (7) the literary and theological interdependence and interactions among the three gospels, (8) Mark and its sources, (9) the individual material of Matthew and Luke, (10) theological themes and motifs of the Synoptics and their role and place within their narrative structure I, (11) (11) θεολογικά θέματα και μοτίβα κι η θέση τους μέσα στην αφηγηματική δομή των τριών συνοπτικών ΙI, (12) the Passion narrative, and (13) the probable relation between the Synoptic Gospels and the Gospel of John.

humanities and arts subject

Ecological Interpretation of the New Testament

Aikaterini Tsalampouni - Undergraduate - (A+)
Pastoral and Social Theology, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

During the course the students will get acquainted with the method of ecological interpretation of the New Testament as this has been developed recently and they will (a) investigate whether this can be enriched by principles and conceptions of the Orthodox hermeneutical and theological tradition, (b) apply the method on selected New Testament texts, and (c) will evaluate whether and in what respect such an interpretative approach of the biblical text cal offer answers to a contemporary issue, that of ecology, realizing at the same time the potential aw well aw the limits of the biblical text.

natural sciences subject

Physical Methods in Inorganic Chemistry

Periklis Akrivos - Undergraduate - (A-)
School of Chemistry, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

Analysis of canonical coordinates and calculation power stable inorganic compounds. Electronic spectroscopy of complex compounds. Magnetic properties and magnetic exchange interaction. Applications of NMR and EPR. Methods of thermal analysis of inorganic and complex compounds.

social sciences  subject

Administrative economic law

Eugenia Prevedourou - Undergraduate - (A+)
Law, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

Introduction to the main concepts and institutions of administrative financial law.

social sciences  subject

European Constitutional Law

Triantafyllia (Lina) Papadopoulou - Undergraduate - (A-)
Faculty of Law, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

1. Introduction to European Constitutional Law 2. Are the Treaties the ‘Constitution’ of the Union? 3. What kind of democracy for the Union? Is there a democratic deficit? a. The notion of representative democracy in the Union (Art. 10 Treaty of European Union). b. Citizens’ participation to the political governance of the Union (Art. 11 Treaty of EU). c. The role of national parliaments in the EU (Art. 12 Treaty of EU) and Protocol 1. 4. European Citizenship. 5. Constitutional principles: Subsidiarity. 6. Towards the Constitutionalisation of the Area of Freedom, Security & Justice. 7. Institutions: a. The Council, b. The President, c. The Commission, d. The Parliament. 8. Separation of powers. 9. The Relationship between EU law and national constitutions. 10. The Economic Constitution of the Union. 11. CFSP-EU external relations. 12. Relationship between EU law and national Constitutions. 13. The Union and Fundamental Rights: a. the ECJ case-law, b. The Charter of Fundamental Rights as a new source of rights: legal value, c. The role of the ECHR for the protection of rights at EU level.

social sciences  subject

Comparative Ecclesiastical Law Ι

Kyriakos Kyriazopoulos - Undergraduate - (A+)
Law, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

This course comparatively examines the prerequisites and the procedures by which religious organizations obtain their legal personality according to various state laws. It mostly refers to the first two pillars of the common Ecclesiastical Law, namely: i. the international and constitutional right to obtain legal personality and the legal claim for regulation of the procedure of obtaining legal personality on behalf of the states.

medicine science health professions subject

Complete Dentures

Argiris Pisiotis - Undergraduate - (A-)
School of Dentistry, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

This course starts with teaching of the anatomy of the completely edentulous mouth and continues with the clinical and laboratory procedures required for the fabrication of complete dentures. The course provides to the students the theoretical clinical and laboratory knowledge required for the construction of functional complete dentures.