Courses

PY 3560 - Philosophical Perspectives on War and Peace
Credits: 3
Offers an integrated look at the problem of war and violence in the nuclear age, including historical, religious, psychological, political, economic and technological aspects. Helps students see the interrelationships among the many causal factors of war as well as to help them think philosophically about the problems of war and peace as global issues facing virtually all nations and, indeed, raising the most serious questions about the continued existence of life on earth. Readings are based on texts, handouts and web sites to ensure that students have information on current developments regarding arms trade, military budgets, United Nations activity, etc. May be taken as IS 3560. Springs. Prerequisite(s): Junior status. (GACO)(INCO)

*All course information is from the 2013-2014 Catalog.