Minor in Law, Justice and Society - Contemporary Liberalism and Democracy PHIL 4470   Contemporary Liberalism and Democracy
Liberalism takes a variety of forms and includes many topics including the rule of law, limited government, the free exchange of goods, entitlement to property, the self, and individual rights. Its philosophical and political assumptions provide the intellectual context within which its account of the individual, its vision of the community and its preferred allocation of resources will be assessed.
FORMAT: Seminar
PREREQUISITES: Two full credits in philosophy or political science or permission of the instructor
CROSS-LISTING: POLI 4479.03/5479.03, ECON 4446.03/5446.03, PHIL 5470.03