Political philosophy is reflective thought on group activity. It differs from political science in that it is a conceptual inquiry, while political science is a more empirical and practical application of that inquiry. The program enables students to pursue studies using the resources of both the philosophy department and the political science department. Students take coursework in ethics, political theory, history of political thought, law, and human nature. Some other topics of study include governmental structures and their ideal implementation, political behavior, civil liberties, the relationship between individuals and governments, and philosophy of law.
|Thomas M. Keck||Associate Professor, Political Science||315- firstname.lastname@example.org||312 E Eggers Hall|
|Glyn Morgan||Associate Professor, Political Science||315- 443-8678||Associate Professor, Political Science||100 Eggers Hall|
|David Sobel|| Irwin and Marjorie Guttag Professor, |
|email@example.com||206 Tolley Humanities Building|
|Laurence Thomas||Professor, |
|firstname.lastname@example.org||535 Hall of Languages|