Philosophy 3000.01

Topics: Seeking Justice Equality

Instructor: Ed Sherline
Delivery Method:
Traditional In Person
Meeting Times:
TR 1:20p - 2:35p

Justice and equality are at the center of ethics, legal and political thought and life. Justice is a diverse concept, and we will examine many different types of justice: justice as a virtue (Plato and Aristotle), distributive justice(Rawls and Nozick), and social justice.We will also look at social and political equality and its various issues, including its relation to justice, different conceptions of distributive equality, the idea of relational equality, equality versus equity, institutions for achieving equality.

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