POLSCI 402 - Liberalism and Its Critics
Section: 001
Term: WN 2018
Subject: Political Science (POLSCI)
Department: LSA Political Science
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Advisory Prerequisites:
POLSCI 101 or 302.
May not be repeated for credit.
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This course examines the development of liberalism as a political theory of individualism, rights, and toleration. It also considers an array of criticisms of liberalism, some originating within liberalism itself and some coming from anti-liberals. The course will primarily focus on contemporary liberalism and the debates surrounding it, although attention will be given to earlier formulations of liberalism.

This course is in the Political Theory subfield.

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POLSCI 402 - Liberalism and Its Critics
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001 (REC)
MW 11:30AM - 1:00PM
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ISBN: 9780915145607
A letter concerning toleration : humbly submitted, Author: ed. and introduced by James H. Tully., Publisher: Hackett Repr. 1983
ISBN: 9780674005112
Justice as fairness : a restatement, Author: John Rawls ; edited by Erin Kelly., Publisher: Harvard University Press Reprint. 2001
ISBN: 9780691004327
Is multiculturalism bad for women?, Author: Susan Moller Okin with respondents ; edited by Joshua Cohen, Matthew Howard, and Martha C. Nussbaum., Publisher: Princeton University Press 1999
ISBN: 9780915144433
On liberty, Author: John Stuart Mill ; edited, with an introd., by Elizabeth Rapaport., Publisher: Hackett Pub. Co. 4. print. 1978
ISBN: 9780143112365
Murder in Amsterdam : liberal Europe, Islam and the limits of tolerance, Author: Ian Buruma., Publisher: Penguin Books 2007
ISBN: 9780226738925
The concept of the political, Author: Carl Schmitt ; translation, introduction, and notes by George Schwab ; with "The Age of Neutralizations and Depoliticizations" (1929) translated by Matthias Konzen and John P. McCormick ; with Leo Straus's notes on Schmitt's essay, translated by J. Harve, Publisher: The University of Chicago Press Expanded e 2007
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