PHI 333 : POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY
This course will explore the philosophical underpinnings of political structures, identities, and actions. Readings from a variety of historical, philosophical, political, and economic sources will look at topics such as the nature of the liberal state, the public sphere, democracy, justice, multiculturalism, rights, liberty, and equality. The course may be retaken for credit if the content is substantially distinct, as determined by the philosophy program coordinator.
GEP Humanities, major, minor, elective credit.