PS 270: Liberty and Equality
|Block B||1 CC unit (4 semester hours)||Grace, Eve|
Course Description: This course in political philosophy will engage students in a searching exploration of the question of whether there is a fundamental justification for democratic rule: we will analyze defenses, as well as moderate and radical critiques, of the claims that democracy is founded on the truth of human equality and best provides for individual liberty. Satisfies the required political theory requirement for the political science and the international political economy major.
Class Time: 9:00 a.m. – 12 noon.
Course Limit: 25
Meets the Critical Perspectives: None