PHIL3211 Philosophy of Law, OL 96, FA2021

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PHIL3211 Philosophy of Law, OL 96, FA2021
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Department
Social Science
Course Code
PHIL 3211
Semester / Year
Fall 2021
Course Description

An examination of the concepts and classifications used in and about legal systems; problems of legal reasoning and judicial decision-making; and the evaluation of philosophical and legal arguments in the areas of justice, liberty and responsibility on such issues as civil disobedience, capital punishment, censorship and pornography, reverse discrimination, theory of torts and contracts.

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This course was created by: Rob MacDougall

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