PSCI180 - ANCIENT POLITICAL THOUGHT

Through reading texts of Plato (Socrates), Aristotle, Augustine and Aquinas, the student encounters a range of political ideas deeply challenging to--and possibly corrosive of--today's dominant democratic liberalism. Can classical and medieval thinking offer insight into modern impasses in political morality? Is such ancient thinking plausible, useful, or dangerous?
Section 401 - LEC
MW 0200PM-0300PM
KENNEDY, ELLEN LEE
STITELER HALL B21
Section 402 - REC
W 0300PM-0400PM
KIM, JUMAN
WILLIAMS HALL 320
Section 403 - REC
F 1000AM-1100AM
JURLANDO, MICHAEL C
PSYCHOLOGY LAB B50
Section 404 - REC
F 1100AM-1200PM
KIM, JUMAN
WILLIAMS HALL 24

University of Pennsylvania
The Ronald O. Perelman Center for Political Science and Economics
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Philadelphia, PA 19104-6215
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Nicholas Sambanis Chair
Alex Weisiger Graduate Chair
Daniel Hopkins Undergraduate Chair