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PHIL 5567 Ethics, Religion, and International Politics I (Fall/Spring: 3 )

Course Description

An examination of the role of religion in international politics and of ethical approaches to international affairs. Special emphasis will be given to religion as a source of conflict, religious communities as transnational agents for justice, protection of human rights, and peace; the historical development and contemporary formulations of ethical norms for the use of force; and ethical and religious contributions to reconciliation and solidarity.

Instructor(s): Department

Prerequisites: None

Cross listed with: INTL5561

Comments: Major Restricted. See International Studies, Philosophy, or the Theology Department for registration approval. Preference to Theology and International Studies majors and minors.

Last Updated: 24-Jun-17