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PHIL 177K: On Domination (ETHICSOC 177K, ETHICSOC 277K, PHIL 277K)

Domination is a morally problematic form of social power. To be dominated, according to republican political philosophy, is to be subject to the arbitrary or uncontrolled power of another. And to be free is the absence of domination. This view was the dominant political conception of freedom in the western political tradition until the rise of classical liberalism in the 19th century. In this course, we will examine different accounts of domination and freedom in the republican political tradition and critiques of non-domination as a political conception of freedom. We will also examine the contemporary revival of the republican view and its application to social relations ranging from the workplace to the family and beyond (prerequisite: PHIL 80).
Terms: Spr | Units: 4
Instructors: Kalewold, K. (PI)
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