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The Just Society

POL 307/CHV 307

1214
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An introduction to theories of social justice and examination of their implications in areas of contemporary social and political controversy. The first half of the course introduces the problem of social justice and examines two classic positions, as articulated by John Locke (name associated with liberalism, property, and capitalism) and Karl Marx (name associated with the critique of capitalism). The second half of the course focuses on contemporary theories of justice. We will read authors such as John Rawls and Robert Nozick, and examine controversies over poverty, gender, racial injustice, equal opportunity, and environmental justice.
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Section L01

  • Type: Lecture
  • Section: L01
  • Status: O
  • Enrollment: 41
  • Capacity: 60
  • Class Number: 40800
  • Schedule: TTh 01:30 PM-02:20 PM

Section P01

  • Type: Precept
  • Section: P01
  • Status: O
  • Enrollment: 8
  • Capacity: 10
  • Class Number: 43176
  • Schedule: Th 02:30 PM-03:20 PM

Section P02

  • Type: Precept
  • Section: P02
  • Status: O
  • Enrollment: 7
  • Capacity: 10
  • Class Number: 43177
  • Schedule: Th 03:30 PM-04:20 PM

Section P03

  • Type: Precept
  • Section: P03
  • Status: O
  • Enrollment: 6
  • Capacity: 10
  • Class Number: 43178
  • Schedule: F 10:00 AM-10:50 AM

Section P04

  • Type: Precept
  • Section: P04
  • Status: O
  • Enrollment: 7
  • Capacity: 10
  • Class Number: 43179
  • Schedule: F 11:00 AM-11:50 AM

Section P05

  • Type: Precept
  • Section: P05
  • Status: O
  • Enrollment: 7
  • Capacity: 10
  • Class Number: 43180
  • Schedule: F 12:30 PM-01:20 PM

Section P06

  • Type: Precept
  • Section: P06
  • Status: O
  • Enrollment: 6
  • Capacity: 10
  • Class Number: 43181
  • Schedule: F 01:30 PM-02:20 PM

Section P99

  • Type: Precept
  • Section: P99
  • Status: C
  • Enrollment: 0
  • Capacity: 0
  • Class Number: 40801