This is a course in political theory and philosophy focused on the moral assessment of global institutions. Questions that may be considered include: By what policies may nation-states justly restrict immigration? What duties do affluent Western societies have to alleviate global poverty? Under what circumstances is humanitarian intervention justified? What are the appropriate boundaries of state sovereignty? What would a just global order look like?
Credit 3 hrs May not be repeated for additional credit Grade Mode Normal (A-F) Course Rotation
Prerequisites - (one PHIL course [100-499] excluding PHIL 120 & PHIL 130) or (PLSC 213) Other Restrictions - Restriction by Major - Restriction by Class - Undergraduate standing