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PHIL6107: Social and Political Philosophy

Social philosophy and political philosophy are closely related fields which address the role of the individual in society and ask how should we, as human beings, live together. This unit will deepen understanding of core issues in social and political philosophy. Possible topics include social and political justice, the state, freedom, the nature of social and political norms and obligations, rights and human rights, inequality, social and political violence, selfhood in social and political contexts, democratic theory, and social and political justice.

Code PHIL6107
Academic unit Philosophy
Credit points 6

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