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PHIL 372M: Mini Course: Solidarity

Mini course runs from May 9th to June 3rd. nIn this course we will consider the hypothesis that solidarity is the most fundamental source of moral and political authority. Solidarity is a property of collaborations involving mutual concern and recognition. We will study four topics, corresponding to the four weeks of the course. First, contemporary views on solidarity, including work by Tommie Shelby, Mike Zhao, Avery Kolers, and Sally Scholz. Second, we will explore some continuities with work in collective action and group responsibility, in particular from Stephanie Collins and Garrett Cullity. Third, we will consider some continuities and contrasts with work on relational equality and economic democracy. Here we will likely read Samuel Scheffler, Elizabeth Anderson, and Carole Pateman. We may also enter into the debate between Axel Honneth and Nancy Fraser on recognition and distribution. Finally, we will consider some implications for the ethics of institutional design, engaging with some joint work of mine developing a new workforce model for pharmaceutical care in Scotland and some related work on 'industrial epistemology'.
Terms: Spr | Units: 1
Instructors: Maguire, B. (PI)
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