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210.2B sec. 001 - Workshop in Law, Philosophy & Political Theory (Spring 2024)

Instructor: Joshua Cohen  
Instructor: Christopher Lee Kutz  (view instructor's teaching evaluations - degree students only | profile)
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Units: 3
Grading Designation: Graded
Mode of Instruction: In-Person


F 12:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Location: Law 141
From January 12, 2024
To April 19, 2024

Course Start: January 12, 2024
Course End: April 19, 2024
Class Number: 32220

Enrollment info:
Enrolled: 3
Waitlisted: 0
Enroll Limit: 8
As of: 04/19 02:46 PM

A workshop for presenting and discussing work in progress in moral, political, and legal theory. The central aim is to provide an opportunity for students to engage with philosophers, political theorists, and legal scholars working on normative questions. Another aim is to bring together people from different disciplines who have strong normative interests or who speak to issues of potential interest to philosophers and political theorists.

The theme for Spring 2024 is "Intelligence: Human, Animal, Artificial," and we will host scholars working in Philosophy, Biology, Psychology, Law, and Engineering. Our underlying concern will be the normative implications of different ideas of what intelligence is and can do.

Format: for the first two hours, a student will lead off with a 15-minute comment on the presenter’s paper and the presenter will have 5-10 minutes to respond before we open up the discussion to the group. The first two hours will be open to non-enrolled students and faculty. For the third hour, the guest presenter will continue the discussion with students enrolled in the course. Enrolled students must serve as a discussant for at least one presenter’s work in progress and write three short response papers as well as a final paper of 15-20 pages.

The course is cross-listed with the Philosophy and Political Science Departments.

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Exam Notes: (P) Final paper  
Course Category: Jurisprudence and Social Policy (JSP)

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