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HONR 1141 God and Politics I (Fall: 3 )


Course Description

Political scientists, like sociologists and economists, study human beings above all as members of communities, that is, in their relations to others. We are curious about the varieties of communities, about the diversity of these relations, and about the tension that always seems to exist between the individual and the community; since the relations of human beings, unlike those of any other social animal, are established to an important extent by laws, we are especially interested in the phenomena of law and the question of its sources and status.


Instructor(s): Alice Behnegar

Prerequisites: None

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Last Updated: 21-Feb-17