Democracy-Ancient And American

Democracy-Ancient And American

Prefix: 
MCL
Course Number: 
335

This course asks students to think critically about the concept of democracy by close examination of the first flowering democracy in ancient Athens, its ancient critics, and comparison to their own experience of contemporary American democracy. Fundamental issues that will engage the students' discussion and writing include: socioeconomic class, individual rights, the scope of government, justice, and democracy and imperialism. Students will develop and articulate their own evaluation of the advantages and disadvantages of democratic government.

Sections

Spring 2018
Section Credits Room Instructor Syllabus
MCL 335-001 3.0 Rm.205 James A Francis
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