A study of various competing contemporary philosophical approaches to issues of social justice, with special attention to issues of individual rights, political liberty, and distributive justice.
Prerequisite: All 300-level philosophy courses have a prerequisite of 3 hours of philosophy, or permission of the instructor.
Frequency: Philosophy 325 is offered irregularly.
Achievement-Centered Education (ACE): Philosophy 325 fulfills Student Learning Outcomes 8 and 9.
Comprehensive Education Program: Philosophy 325 meets the Humanities ES requirement, and is also an IS course.