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PHIL 2174 - Anarchism


1 Course Unit(s)
Anarchism presents a distinctive critical tradition of social-political philosophy. This course surveys the major strains of anarchist philosophy regarding the state, religion, gender, private property, human nature, the natural environment, social change, liberty, and equality. Special attention will be given to the contrasting anarchist thought against various strains of Marxism. The place of anarchist thought in the panoply of American political philosophy will be addressed through an analysis of the Haymarket bombing of 1886 and the first World War. Thinkers addressed will include Bakunin, Proudhon, Kropotkin, Goldman, Boochkin, and the Situationist International.

General Education Requirement(s): IV
Prerequisite(s): None
Corequisite(s): None
Pre/Corequisite(s): None



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