PHIL 211 Global Justice

Critical examinatiion of theoretical and practical issues within the field of global justice. Theoretical concerns include the nature and scope of justice, the moral significance of national boundaries, and the possibility of cross-cultural reasoning at the global level. Practical concerns include global poverty, women's human rights, terrorism, and environmental degradation.

Credits

3

Prerequisite

None

General Education

  • Course meets International Requirement

Offered

  • Fall
  • Even