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PSCIĀ 262: Critics of the State

Twentieth-century thought across the political spectrum was critical of the modern state. Traditionalists and radicals alike were horrified by the rise of totalitarianism and the dangers of unrestrained political authority. In this course students engage with the works of leading critics of the state on both the Right (e.g. Hayek) and Left (e.g. Foucault), consider the similarities and differences of their critiques, explore the ethical consequences of the alternatives, and assess their contemporary relevance.

Management Studies

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...Ethics PSCI 220 Analyzing Politics and Policies PSCI...to Mathematical Reasoning MATH 262 Probability Theory MATH...

Chinese

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...251 Modern China HIST 262 National Identity and...Science, Ethics, and Religion PSCI 245 Asian Regionalism...

Russian Language and Area Studies

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...231 20th-Century Russia PSCI 282 Russian and...in English translation) RUSSN 262 20th-Century Russian...