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PHILOS 326. Philosophy, Politics and Law. 3 Credits.

The primary objective of this course is to acquaint students with the fundamental concepts, issues, theories, and arguments of political and legal philosophy. Students will read selections from classical and contemporary philosophers on fundamental political and legal issues. We will consider such controversial topics as surrogate motherhood, disability, affirmative action, and same-sex marriage. The emphasis throughout will be on the understanding and critically evaluating the argumentation of the philosophers we will studying. Students will be required to formulate their own arguments on important issues, but their argumentation must be informed with the political and legal theories found in the text.
P: none
Fall Even.

Ancient and Medieval Studies Emphasis

http://catalog.uwgb.edu/undergraduate/programs/humanities/major/ancient-medieval-studies/

...HUM STUD 326 Non-Western Religions PHILOS 309 Religion and Medieval Philosophy PHILOS 401 Plato...