2013 - 2014
Undergraduate Catalogue

CL381  Aristotelian Political Philosophy     (3.00 cr.)

An investigation of the founding of political science by Aristotle devoted to a reading of Nicomachean Ethics and Politics, as well as selections from Aristotle's scientific and logical treatises. Subsequent contributions to the tradition are also considered, including those of Marsilius of Padua and Saint Thomas Aquinas. Aristotle's modern enemies: Hobbes and Marx. Same course as PS381.

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