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    Saint Michael's College
  Oct 20, 2017
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog

PH 351 - Otherness and Marginalization: Levinas and the Alienated

This course will philosophically examine: (1) accounts of marginalization in the US and around the world; (2) theories of alienation; (3) philosophical ethics based on “Otherness”; and (4) community Service-Learning work. We will discuss political, economic, and social marginalization, both local and global, based on race, poverty, age, and illness.

Prerequisites: One 200-level Philosophy course.

Full course
Liberal Studies Curriculum: Experiential Learning or Global Issues that Impact the Common Good