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Seminar In The Humanities: Contemporary Theories Of Justice (LGS-310)

Semester: Spring 2024
Number: 0960-310-001
Instructor: Shawn Kaplan
Days: Tuesday Thursday 1:40 pm - 2:55 pm
Note: Traditional In-Person Class
Location: Garden City - Science Building 308
Credits: 3

For Levermore Global Scholar Students Only
Sophomore Standing Or Higher Crosslisted With 0154-352-001; Learning Goals: G.
Distribution Req. H

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Students study recent debates on the nature of justice and investigate whether the just society should promote: fairness, liberty, equality, the development of individual capabilities, or the communal good. Students use these theoretical debates to analyze recent egalitarian and libertarian social movements, e.g. Occupy Wall Street and the Tea Party. (Learning Goals:G;Distribution Reqs:Humanities)

Learning Goals:   Global Learning/Civic Engagement

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