Philosophy 366 Course Materials
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361: course syllabus, critical reading project assignment, paper assignments,
and any other distributed materials.
REVISED,REVISED Course syllabus
First Paper Assignment
Second Paper Assignment
Final Exam Study Questions
Assignment for 1/16: Hobbes, Leviathan, Ch. XVII
Assignment for 1/23: Hobbes, Leviathan, Ch. XXI.7-17
Assignment for 1/30: Locke, Second Treatise of Government, sec. 25-35, 40-49
Assignment for 2/6: Locke, Second Treatise of Government, sec. 211-212
Assignment for 2/13: Rousseau, Social Contract, Bk. II, Chs. 3,6
Assignment for 2/13: Mill, On Liberty, Ch. I, bottom, p. 13 through middle p. 16; consider also how these ideas apply to Ch. II
Assignment for 3/6: Mill, On Liberty, Ch. V, middle, p. 111 through p. 115.
Assignment for 3/13: Marx, Communist Manifesto, pp. 483-486.
Assignment for 3/20: Marx, On the Jewish Question, pp. 40-46.
Assignment for 3/27: Rawls, Justice as Fairness, pp. 66-72.
Assignment for 4/3: Rawls, Justice as Fairness, pp. 135-140,158-162.
Assignment for 4/10: Nozick, Anarchy, State, and Utopia, pp. 22-25.
Assignment for 4/17: Nozick, Anarchy, State, and Utopia, pp. 113-119.
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