PHILO215

Moral and Political Philosophy: A Historical Introduction

This paper uses Plato's Republic to introduce students to central issues in moral and political philosophy, including questions about virtue, happiness, justice, liberty, democracy, tyranny, feminism, art, censorship, and moral education.

This paper uses Plato's Republic to introduce students to central issues in moral and political philosophy, including questions about virtue, happiness, justice, liberty, democracy, tyranny, feminism, art, censorship, and moral education.

Paper Information

Points: 15.0
Restriction(s): PHIL215
Internal assessment / examination: 1:0

Semesters and Locations

Occurrence Code When taught Where taught
18B (HAM)B Semester : Jul 09 - Nov 04, 2018 Hamilton

Timetabled Lectures for Moral and Political Philosophy: A Historical Introduction (PHILO215)

DayStartEndRoomDates
Tue12:00 PM2:00 PMMSB.1.02Jul 9 - Oct 14
Fri1:00 PM2:00 PMMSB.1.02Jul 9 - Oct 14

NB:There may be other timetabled events for this paper such as tutorials or workshops.
Visit the online timetable for PHILO215 for more details


Indicative Fees for Moral and Political Philosophy: A Historical Introduction (PHILO215)

Occurrence Domestic International
 Tuition Resource 
18B (HAM) $750 $0 $2908
You will be sent an enrolment agreement which will confirm your fees.
Tuition fees shown below are indicative only and may change. There are additional fees and charges related to enrolment - please see the Table of Fees and Charges for more information.

Paper Outlines

Paper outlines are currently not available for this paper. Please contact the Faculty or School office for further details.

Additional Information

Available Subjects:  Philosophy | Ethics | History | Political Science

Paper details current as of : 20 November 2017 4:56pm
Indicative fees current as of : 21 November 2017 4:30am

This page has been reformatted for printing.