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    Saint Michael's College
   
 
  Oct 23, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog

PH 205 - Philosophy of Society


Will provide students with resources for examining the question of the relation between human nature and civil society. For example, some of the questions examined in these courses will be: the nature of a just human society, the relationship between a just civil society and a divine order, the relation between the cultivation of human virtue and a just civil society, whether civil society enhances or limits our freedom, and whether civil society should be focused primarily on the common good or the rights and benefits of a single individual. (The particular emphasis or approach is left to the discretion of the faculty member.)

Prerequisites: PH 103

Full course
Liberal Studies Curriculum: Study of Christian Traditions and Thought