Modern Social Thought|
Fall 2009 not offered
This course is a study of the major European thinkers of the 19th and 20th centuries who made attempts to apply their theories as systematic forms toward explaining and understanding the historical process and the interrelationship of individuals, theorists, and literary figures of the period.
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|Course Format: Discussion||Grading Mode: Graded|
||Fulfills a Major Requirement for: (HIST-MN)(HIST)
Hegel, PHILOSOPHY OF HISTORY (History) Marx, GERMAN IDEOLOGY Dostoyevsky, NOTES FROM UNDERGROUND Nietzsche, ON THE GENEALOGY OF MORALS LeBon, CROWD Freud, GROUP PSYCHOLOGY AND ANALYSIS OF THE EGO Freud, CIVILIZATION AND ITS DISCONTENTS Engles, THE ORIGIN OF THE FAMILY Zola, GERMINAL Proust, SWANN'S WAY Flaubert, MADAME BOVARY Foucault, THE ORDER OF THINGS Weber, THE PROTESTANT ETHIC AND THE SPIRIT OF CAPITALISM Mannheim, IDEOLOGY AND UTOPIA Habermas, THE PHILOSOPHIC DISCOURSE OF MODERNITY
|Examination and Assignments: |
Term paper, approximately 25 pages.
|Additional Requirements and/or Comments: |
Additional Requirements and/or Comments not known
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