Jurisprudence | L4345M

This course examines the relationship of law to morality and accountability. We will be using writings from law, political and legal theory, literature, theology and philosophy as part of the lecture/discussion. This class has an extensive reading list and requires that all students complete a final project and facilitate discussion sessions. The policy areas that we will cover will be drawn from the following areas: War & Torture; the Holocaust; Abortion; Domestic Violence; Immigration; Faith-based legislation. Please note, we will not cover all areas listed but coverage will be drawn from the list. Admission: By permission of professor. Submit a 2 paragraph statement as to (1) why you want to take the class and (2) how you expect to meet the requirements.

Prerequisites: None
Credit Hours: 3
ULW: This course does not satisfy the Upper Level Writing requirement (ULW)


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