PHIL 255 (2016-2017, Interim) Race and Social Justice

This course analyzes issues concerning race and social justice from the perspective of normative ethical frameworks and various theories of value. Students investigate, interpret, and critique both intellectual foundations and reasons for endorsement of the various approaches to study in grace and social justice. Students pay critical attention tohow the black intellectual tradition understands the meanings and moral implications of such ideas. Offered periodically during Interim. Counts toward race and ethnic studies major and concentration. Prerequisite: BTS-T or permission of instructor.

Counts Toward Majors: American Studies, Philosophy, Race and Ethnic Studies, Social Studies Education

Counts Toward Concentrations: Africa and the Americas, Africa/African Diaspora, Educ. Studies -Licensure, Educ. Studies -TEFL, Educ. Studies-Non-licensure, Race and Ethnic Studies

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