[POLS 280] Classical Justice
An examination of classical political philosophy through the study of Plato’s and Aristotle’s most influential political texts. Considers questions pertaining to justice, virtue, freedom, equality, gender, the purpose and scope of political authority, citizenship, education, poetry, as well as the relationship between the philosophical individual and the political community. Emphasis on critical analysis of ancient philosophical texts and class discussion.Edit my profile
Prerequisite: Political Science 180 or sophomore standing.
Offered odd years, fall semester.
Also listed as Philosophy 280.