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A study of major conceptions of justice held by late-twentieth-century political philosophers, including the liberalism of John Rawls, the libertarianism of Robert Nozick, and the communitarianism of Michael Sandel, followed by an examination of feminist, socialist and postmodernist critiques of these conceptions.
General Education Requirement Fulfillment: Writing centered
Prerequisite: One Philosophy course or consent of instructor