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PSCIĀ 260: History of Modern Political Thought

Machiavelli founded modern political philosophy by asking "How does the ruler acquire power?" This course explores how modern political thinkers answered this question by changing the grounds of authority from religious and philosophical foundations to rational ones. Texts include Machiavelli's Prince and Hobbes's Leviathan, Locke's Second Treatise, Rousseau's Social Contract, Marx's Communist Manifesto, and Nietzsche's Use and Abuse of History.

American Studies

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...MEDIA 260 Media and Screen Cultures MUSIC 345 Advanced Study in Music History PSCI 111...

French

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...History of Modern Philosophy PSCI 260 History of Modern Political Thought PSCI 283 European Social...

Japanese

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...on Japan/Japanese ART 260 The Arts of...Science, Ethics, and Religion PSCI 245 Asian Regionalism...

Management Studies

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...Ethics PSCI 220 Analyzing Politics and Policies PSCI...266 Operations Research MEDIA 260 Media and Screen...

Race and Ethnic Studies

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...Justice PSCI 244 Race and American Politics PSCI...for English Learners EDUC 260 Foundations in Education...