This article illustrates your understanding of the classical and social contract approaches to justice with illustrative examples from contemporary political life.
We have been setting our focuses on the purpose, understanding, and nature of the self. We are to introduce the idea that the self is relational. This greatly touched upon the role of community in how we understand ourselves. This week, we will continue that line of inquiry by examining social and political philosophy. Political philosophy involves an inquiry into the foundations, presuppositions, and relationships that inform and uphold laws and r. The social understanding is more broadly as the relationship between the individual and the community.
Your Learning Objectives for the Week: