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    PS290 – Introduction to Political Philosophy

    Investigates the foundation and aims of politic rule as well as fundamental debates over the meaning of justice, liberty, power, authority, law and rights through an examination of basic but competing perspectives drawn from ancient, medieval, and modern texts. Thinkers include, but are not limited to, Aristotle, Aquinas, Machiavelli, and Locke. (Also offered as a CC120 course.)

    Prerequisite: Meets AP:A if taken immediately before Political Science 101.


    TermBlockTitleInstructorLocationStudent Limit/ AvailableUpdated
    Fall 2020 Block 2 Introduction to Political Philosophy Tim Fuller TBA 25/3 09/22/2020
    Spring 2021 Block 5 Foundations of Political Thought Tim Fuller TBA 1/1 03/30/2020
    Spring 2021 Block 6 Introduction to Political Philosophy Eve Grace TBA 25/25 09/22/2020