I teach History of Philosophy, in particular Ancient Philosophy and Early Modern Philosophy, at the Department of Philosophy, Centre for Croatian Studies, University of Zagreb. My core courses are Plato and Aristotle (4h/w, 2nd term) and Rationalism and Empiricism (4h/w, 1st term), both obligatory for undergraduate students of Philosophy at the Centre. At the graduate level, each year I offer an elective course in Hellenistic or Presocratic philosophy and a text-based course in Early Modern Philosophy, usually delivered in English.
Earlier, I have taught Philosophy of Mind and Academic Writing at the Department of Philosophy, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb.
Here is the list of elective courses that I have taught recently:
The Argument from Design, 2h/w, 1st term 2016/17, graduate [in English]
On Space, God and Free Will: The Leibniz-Clarke Correspondence, 2h/w, 1st term 2015/16, graduate [in English]
Hume on Religion, 2h/w, 1st term 2014/15, graduate [in English]
Hellenistic Philosophy, 2h/w, 2nd term 2014/15, graduate
George Berkeley: Principles of Human Knowledge, 2h/w, 1st term 2012/13, graduate [in English]
Presocratic Philosophy, 2h/w, 2nd term 2012/13, graduate
Aristotle’s Metaphysics XII and Theophrastus’ Metaphysics, 2h/w, 1st term 2011/12, graduate
David Hume, An Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding, 2h/w, 1st term 2011/12, graduate [in English]
From Descartes to Kant, 4h/w, 1st term, 2nd year undergraduate
Here is the list of elective courses I have given earlier, at the Faculty of Humanities of the University of Zagreb: