PHIL 5001: Global Justice
Seminar - 4 credits
- Explores the theoretical, political, and philosophical foundations of the obligations that underlie global justice.
- Theoretical approaches include human rights, human capabilities, cosmopolitanism, particularism, and universalism.
- Examines nationalism and the particular set of obligations that it generates.
- Following the theoretical component, the course considers social issues that arise in a global context: (1) the duties to the distant poor, (2) global philanthropy and problems of donee accountability, (3) global health and essential medicines and issues in environmental justice, and (4) issues in international law.
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