PHIL327 - Global Justice
Theories of global justice and applied issues in global justice, such as individual and collective responsibility for global poverty and poor working conditions; environmental justice and climate change; refugee migration, migrant labor, immigration and citizenship; war and terrorism.
Cross Listed Courses
Goals and Diversity
MN Goal Course
MN Goal Designation(s)
Explain how they are connected and related to people elsewhere in the world.
Describe similarities and differences among global places and populations.
Analyze how political, economic or cultural elements influence relations among the world¿s states, peoples, or societies.
Analyze specific international issues and propose and evaluate responses.
Articulate a vision of their individual roles and responsibilities in a common global future.
Explain the connections among education, citizenship, and participation in a democratic society.
Explain major ethical or political theories.
Describe how interpretations of ethics or citizenship may vary by nationality, ethnicity, race, color, religion, gender, ability and disability, or sexual orientation.
Apply concepts such as democracy, rights, morality, justice, virtue, liberty and obligation to personal, professional, and public issues.
Analyze and evaluate alternative theoretical approaches or formulate solutions to ethical or civic issues.
Develop and exercise personal agency or ethical judgment in the public domain.