A study of the moral and political philosophy of thinkers such as Plato, Aristotle, Hume and Mill. 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.
|Internal assessment / examination:||100:0|
PHILO215-20A (HAM) have been cancelled. Please contact the School or Faculty Office for more information.
Semesters and Locations
|Occurrence Code||When taught||Where taught|
|20A (HAM)||A Semester : 2 Mar 2020 - 28 Jun 2020||Hamilton|
|20B (HAM)||B Semester : 13 Jul 2020 - 8 Nov 2020||Hamilton|
Timetabled Lectures for Moral and Political Philosophy: A Historical Introduction (PHILO215)
|Tue||3:00 PM||4:00 PM||L.G.05||Jul 13 - Oct 18|
|Thu||3:00 PM||4:00 PM||L.G.04||Jul 13 - Oct 18|
NB:There may be other timetabled events for this paper such as tutorials or workshops.
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Indicative Fees for Moral and Political Philosophy: A Historical Introduction (PHILO215)
The following 2019 paper outlines are available for PHILO215. Please contact the Faculty or School office for details on 2020 outlines.
Paper details current as of : 4 December 2019 8:42am
Indicative fees current as of : 12 November 2019 11:10am