|116||Special Topics in Political Philosophy||Munoz-Dardé||MWF 11-12||210 Wheeler|
This course will be taught in seminar format, with two weekly meetings and enrollment limited to fifteen students. It is devoted to some of central questions in political philosophy: consent, authority, neutrality, rights, equality, pluralism, and well-being. The primary focus will be on contemporary philosophical thought in the liberal tradition, with special emphasis on the work of Rawls and Raz.
NOTE: as taught this semester, Phil 116 satisfies the ethics requirement for the philosophy major.