Welcome to the Library Resource Guide for GERMAN MORAL & POLITICAL THOUGHT FROM KANT TO NIETZSCHE
PS0182_58 (Political Science)
In the late eighteenth and nineteenth century, German thinkers produced some of the most original and challenging work on ethics and politics ever written. This course will include close readings, in translation, of the writings of Kant, Herder, Hegel, Schopenhauer, Marx, and Nietzsche. Themes discussed will include the foundations of morality and the proper relationship between ethics, politics, and economics. Enrollment limited to 20. Written permission required.
Michael Frazer (email)-- http://directory.brown.edu/search?search_string=frazer