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PHI 485 - Social Philosophy

Campus: Springfield

Description:

Theory of interactions among people that lie at the level of generality between individual life and state politics. We shall discuss overlapping consensus v free market of ideas, and the equality without egalitarianism in a global society. Topics: pornography, freedom of expression, welfare, and the role of the internet. Meant primarily for PHI and PSC majors. Course Information: Prerequisites: PHI 336, or PHI 447, 448, 495, 537, PSC 325, 435, 514, 537, 580.

Special Instructions:

Prerequisite: PHI 336, or PHI 447, PHI 448, PHI 495, PHI 537, PSC 325, PSC 435, PSC 514, PSC 537, PSC 580.

Option 1

Number of Required Visit(s): 0

Course Level: Graduate

Credit: 4

Term(s): Fall , Spring


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