This course explores foundational philosophical questions concerning justice as personal, communal and historical, and redemptive. Particular attention is given to questions regarding order in the soul and in the city, virtue and friendship, different meanings of justice, the problem of natural right, historical contingency, and cultural relativism, and the possibility of redemptive justice. Primary sources, lectures, seminar discussion, student-led discussion. Two tests, research paper, peer seminar on their research, two additional seminar meetings.
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