Class Restriction And Registration Summary

 

POLS 30601 - Section 01: Ancient and Medieval Theory (CRN 19668)


Course Description:
What is the meaning of justice and why should we care about it? Can politics ever perfectly establish justice? Which forms of government are best for human beings to live under, and why? What is the political relevance of religion and philosophy, family and ethnicity, war and peace, nature and freedom, law and right? What are the qualities of a good citizen and political leader? How should relations among diverse political communities be conducted? This course introduces students to theoretical reflection on these and related questions through the study of some of the great works of ancient and medieval political thought. Readings will include writings of authors such as Thucydides, Plato, Aristotle, Cicero, Augustine, Farabi, Maimonides, and Aquinas.

Associated Term: Fall Semester 2015
Campus: Main
Credits: 3
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course may not be repeated




Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Levels:
Employee Non-Degree (EM) ,  St. Mary's College (SM) ,  Undergraduate Non-Degree (UD) ,  Undergraduate (UG)
Must be enrolled in one of the following Campuses:
Main (M)

Course Attributes:
ALSS - A & L- Social Science ,  PWPS - MPCT Political Science ,  ZTST - Final exam

Registration Availability (Overflow: Off )
  Maximum Actual Remaining
TOTAL 26 11 15



Crosslist Information
Class Information Maximum Actual Remaining
POLS  30601 01, CRN 19668  (Primary) 26 11 15
CNST  30619 01, CRN 20248   1 1 0
MI  30800 01, CRN 20645   3 0 3
Total 30 12 18