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Representative Thinkers

Phil 082

Dr. Joseph Asike

An examination of the fundamental nature of justice. The course examines two primary questions: What is Justice? Is the just individual happier than the unjust person? In the Republic, Plato argues that the structure of the just society is analogous to the psychological structure of the just person, and that the characteristics of justice are more easily discovered in a society than in an individual. Plato’s account of justice reveals a still closer connection between the just individual and the just society (Republic pp. ix-x)
Systematic inquiry into selected issues in contemporary societies based on the outstanding works of thinkers who have influenced humanity.

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Aesthetics
African American Philosophy
Afro-Caribbean Philosophy
Ancient Egyptian Philosophy
Ancient Egyptian Philosophy
Ancient Greek Philosophy
Classical Ethics
Comparative Philosophy: Philosophical Explanations of Evil Across Cultures
Current Topics: Philosophy and Ethics of Appropriate Technology and Development
Current Topics: Africana Philosophy and Film
Environmental Ethics
Epistemology
Ethics and Public Policy
Ethics of Medical Care
Ethics of Medical Care
History of Africana Philosophy
Introduction to Ethics
Introduction to Philosophy
Introduction to Social and Political Philosophy
Medieval Philosophy
Metaphysics
Modern Philosophy
Philosophy of Education
Philosophy of Language
Philosophy of Mind
Philosophy of Religion
Philosophy of Social Science
Pragmatism
Principles of Reasoning
Representative Thinkers
Seminar on Aristotle 
Symbolic Logic

 

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