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SGBS 331 - The Political Philosophy of Hannah Arendt

4.00 credit hours
(Same as: SGBH 331 .) Hannah Arendt is one of the most important philosophers of the twentieth century. Her first book was a detailed analysis of the two major totalitarian trends that defined her world, the communism of Stalin and the racial ideology of the Third Reich. This course surveys the broad range of her thinking on all the themes of classical philosophy and concentrates on political issues, especially the threat to social order posed by totalitarianism.

Prerequisite(s): SGBS 101  and SGBS 102 .
Cardinal Directions Designation(s): Humanities, Ethical Dimensions.
iCon(s): Engaging Civic Life.


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