PHILOSOPHICAL FACULTY SKOPJE

PHILOSOPHICAL FACULTY SKOPJE

PHILOSOPHICAL FACULTY SKOPJE – a higher education and scientific institution in the field of social sciences, which mainly educates teachers for work in pre-school, primary and secondary education. The Faculty of Philosophy is the first national higher education and scientific institution with which the establishment and development of the first Macedonian university – the University "St. Cyril and Methodius University in Skopje. It was founded immediately after the liberation of Macedonia, and for the official start of its work was declared December 16, 1946, when the first lectures were held. The Commission that worked on its organization, formed by the then Minister of People's Education Nikola Minchev, comprised: Dr. Mihailo Petrusevski, Dr. Haralampie Polenakovic, Dr. Gjorgji Kuptrajanov, Blaze Koneski, Ljuben Faculty of Philosophy in the building of the Skopje University ( 1952-1963), Petrushevsky, and the Vice-President Fran Petre. The first school year 1946/47 started with 20 teachers and 1 assistant and 548 students enrolled in 6 study groups of the History and Philology Department (Macedonian language, Yugoslav literature, history of art history, Romanian philology, classical philology and philosophy with pedagogy) and 5 study groups of the Natural and Mathematical Department (mathematics, physics, chemistry, biology and geography with ethnology). With the establishment of the Faculty of Philosophy not only began the development of higher education in the Republic of Macedonia, but also laid the foundation for the development of fundamental social and natural sciences. The Faculty of Philosophy was established with the primary task of preparing teachers in the secondary school subjects for which at that time there was a special need. The young Macedonian state, together with the political goals for creating a free and modern state, as the primary national task and one of the basic assumptions of the national and human emancipation in general, raised the question of enlightening the people. Macedonia, the country where Slavonic literacy originates, the Liberation (1945) found out with nearly 70% of the illiterate population over the age of ten. The establishment of the Faculty of Philosophy is actually an answer to these challenges. Four phases are outlined in the development dynamics of the Faculty of Philosophy. The first is bridged by the separation of the Natural and Mathematical Department (1958) into a special Natural and Mathematical Faculty. Characteristic for this development phase are the huge efforts to create as appropriate personnel, spatial, material-technical and didactic conditions for achieving the teaching-educational and scientific-research process. The second phase ends with the separation of the philological study groups (1974) and the establishment of the Faculty of Philology. This is the time when the consequences of the catastrophic Skopje earthquake (1963) are overcome, when the third stage begins, whose basic features are the socially self-managing restructuring and the expansion of the study programs. In the school year 1974/75 four new study groups have been opened (History of Art with Archeology, Psychology, Sociology and Op-Lape and Jovan Trifunovski. The first Dean was Dr. Mihai-the Building of the Faculty of Philology "Blaze Koneski" and the Faculty of Philosophy, Skopje, the national defense) . The former School for Social Workers, whose studies from the academic year 1987/88, join the Faculty of Philosophy. evolve into four-year-olds. In the school year 1993/94 at the Institute of Pedagogy began the studies of special education, which after three years turned into the Institute of Special Education and Rehabilitation. The fourth, the contemporary phase, which begins with the independence of the Republic of Macedonia (1991), is characterized by processes of organizational, managerial and content-program restructuring, as well as the introduction of the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS). The educational and scientific research process is carried out on 10 separate institutes, for: philosophy, pedagogy, history, art history and archeology, classical studies, psychology, sociology, defense and peace studies, social work and social policy and defectology; and on two departments: for humanities and for defenology. The study programs are organized on three levels: undergraduate, postgraduate (specialist and master's) and doctoral studies. Including 2006 10,466 students graduated from the Faculty of Philosophy. 330 Masters and 266 doctoral dissertations were defended. The Faculty has a library fund of over 180,000 books and other publications. Since 1948 The Faculty of Philosophy publishes its own "Annual Review" (in.), Which publishes scientific articles from the teachers and associates of the Faculty. The Faculty of Philosophy in Skopje existed between the two world wars, during the time of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia. It was founded by the Royal Decree of 2 Ⅱ 1920, with the task of preparing teachers for secondary schools, and with official curricula works from the school year 1924/25. Although with a denationalization and assimilation matrix towards the Macedonian people, it made a certain contribution in raising the educational level of the Macedonian population. From it came a significant number of intellectuals and fighters for the Macedonian cause. LIT: Faculty of Philosophy in Skopje: 1920-1946-2006, Skopje, Faculty of Philosophy, 2006. K. Camb.

PHILOSOPHICAL FACULTY SKOPJE

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