Credit Weight: 0.5 Description: The contribution of Classical and Medieval thinkers to the development of ideas about political practice in the West will be studied. The primary goal is to acquaint the student with the variety of opinion around such subjects as community, society, law and justice, and power. Students will also be encouraged to challenge the assumptions of these thinkers with regard to a wide variety of “modern” political perspectives such as technology and media, gender, and post-modernism. Offering: 3-0; or 3-0 Notes: Students who have previous credit in Political Science 2520 may not take Political Science 2510 for credit.

Political Science 2510 Ancient and Medieval Political Thought

Credit Weight: 0.5 Description: The contribution of Classical and Medieval thinkers to the development of ideas about political practice in the West will be studied. The primary goal is to acquaint the student with the variety of opinion around such subjects as community, society, law and justice, and power. Students will also be encouraged to challenge the assumptions of these thinkers with regard to a wide variety of “modern” political perspectives such as technology and media, gender, and post-modernism. Offering: 3-0; or 3-0 Notes: Students who have previous credit in Political Science 2520 may not take Political Science 2510 for credit.




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