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Stephen M. Gardiner
PHIL 407
Seattle Campus

International Justice

Examines issues through investigation of the moral foundations of international politics. Issues include: What moral duties constrain the relationships between states? Is international poverty a matter of moral concern? Are we justified in preferring the interest of our fellow nations? Prerequisite: one course in philosophy.

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Examines issues through investigation of the moral foundations of international politics. Issues include: What more duties constrain the relationships between states? Is international poverty a matter of moral concern? Are we justified in preferring the interest of our fellow nations? Prerequisite: one course in philosophy.

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Last Update by Sara L. Caka
Date: 05/07/2007