PH023 - Political Philosophy
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|Course Type||On Campus|
|Course Category||Subsidiary Courses|
Through a review on the major Western political ideas, this course aims at building the strength to assess and criticize these major political thoughts.
This course will have three focuses: 1. studying the theoretical foundation and arguments of those critical texts of political philosophy; 2. introducing the role of Christianity in the development of Western political philosophy, with a special attention to the issue of Church-state relations; 3. introducing contemporary political concepts, such as, governance, neoliberalism, cosmopolitanism, and nonmajoritarianism.
|College Organization Structure||PHILOSOPHY DIVISION|
|Course Tuition Fee||1150.00|
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