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|THEO 185 - Relig, Ethics, Int Affairs|
This course will involve an examination of the growing role of religion in international affairs and of ethical approaches to international politics. Topics to be covered include: Religion as a source of conflict, justice, and peace; debates about political realism vs. moral idealism; and religious and ethical contributions to the protection of human rights, the use of force, post-conflict reconciliation, global economic justice.
3.000 Credit hours
3.000 Lecture hours
Schedule Types: Lecture
Theology & Religious Studies Department
Mean Grade is Calculated, Core: Theology