This course examines contemporary debates and controversies regarding global justice. Seminar discussions will be arranged around significant issues in the current literature. for example: What (if anything) do we owe to the distantly needy? Do we have special obligations to our compatriots? Do political borders have normative significance? And so on. This course will be of interest not only to political theorists, but also students in other fields interested in social justice or international relations generally.
Note: This course counts towards either the undergraduate International Politics subfield or the Political Theory subfield.
Course Attributes: EN S; AS LCD; AS SSC; FA SSC; AR SSC