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|PHI 485 - Social Philosophy|
Social philosophy is a 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. In the process we discuss pornography, freedom of expression, welfare, and the role of the internet. The class is fairly technical and addressed primarily to PHI and PSC majors. Course Information: Prerequisite: PHI 436, or PHI 447, PHI 448, PHI 495, PHI 537, PSC 325, PSC 435, PSC 514, PSC 537, PSC 580, BUS 535.
4.000 Credit hours
Levels: Doctoral - Springfield, Graduate - Springfield, Undergrad - Springfield
Schedule Types: Lecture-Discussion, Online
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