Units of study
PHIL2635 - Contemporary Political Philosophy
Semester 2, 2011 | Credit Points: 6
Coordinator: Nicholas Carl Malpas
A critical introduction to the major schools of thought in contemporary political philosophy, organized around the theme of inclusion and exclusion. The inclusive ambitions of liberal political theory will be confronted with objections from thinkers motivated by concern with various facets of social and political exclusion, notably based on the categories of gender, cultural difference, deviancy and statelessness. Debates relating to refugees and asylum seekers will be considered in the latter part of this unit of study.
1x2000 word essay (50%), 1x500 word tutorial paper (10%) and 1x2000 word take-home exam (40%)
Kymlicka, W. Introduction to Contemporary Political Philosophy, OUP, 2nd edition.
Unit reader available from the Copy Centre
1x2 hour lecture and 1x1 hour tutorial per week
12 Junior credit points in Philosophy
Lecture for PHIL2635
|Class||Contemporary Political Philosophy|
|Session||Semester 2 2011|
|Location||Quadrangle Building, The Refectory A14|
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