Concepts of Community
In the age of instantaneous and open communication, economic globalism and intercontinental travel, never has the question of the possibilities and limits of human community been more important. What are the practices and institutions that bind us together? What are the structures of communities and how do these limit and define us as individuals? Exploring such questions through history, philosophy and economics, students will develop an interdisciplinary perspective on community in the modern world and their place in it.
Prerequisite: COR-110, COR-115 COR-125 IS THE REQUIRED COREQUISITE COURSE
Not Offered This Semester