Fall/Winter Timetable

POL2000H1Y L0101

Ancient Political Thought to the Rise of Modernity


A survey of leading texts in the history of political thought.


Tentative list of texts: Plato, Republic; Aristotle, Politics; Machiavelli, Prince; Hobbes, Leviathan; Locke, Second; Treatise of Government; Rousseau, Second Discourse, Social Contract; Hegel, Philosophy of Right; Marx, Selections ; Mill, Utilitarianism, Representative Government, On Liberty; and Nietzsche, Beyond Good and Evil, Genealogy of Morals

Format and Requirements

One term paper each term. No fewer than five 1-page papers per term (at least one on each thinker) to be made available to peers and professors prior to the seminar. These are graded pass/fail. Term papers 40% + 40%, Class participation 20%.

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