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Honors Program> Course Descriptions

HON315 Modern Self and Society

An exploration of the origins, evolution, and contemporary significance of modern intellectual thought, from the triumph of classical liberalism in the nineteenth century to challenges of postmodernism in the mid-twentieth century. Borrowing from the fields of Literature, Philosophy, History, and Psychology, the seminar will provide a chronological examination of major works that both construct and critique the modern self and society.

Credits

  • 3

Attributes

  • GE3: HUM
  • Effective Expression/Written
  • Liberal Arts

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