Political Science : Medieval and renaissance political philosophy, from Saint Augustine to Sir Thomas More. Scholastic and neo-scholastic political thought, natural law and natural rights, as well as civic and northern humanism, republicanism and liberty. Twentieth century work on similar concepts will be used.
Terms: Winter 2011
Instructors: Nina Valiquette (Winter)
- Prerequisite: POLI 333 or written permission of the instructor. POLI 333 should be taken before this course
- Note: The field is Political Theory.