Capitalism and Its Critics

Fall 2020 > Humanities & Social Sciences > PHIL.3650 > 061

Course No: PHIL.3650-061; SIS Class Nbr: 14424; SIS Term: 3010
Course Status: Registration Closed

Course Description

This course explores the historical evolution of capitalism, from its early beginnings in the Enlightenment to the most recent debates about the free market and globalization. The focus will be on the debate over the vitues and vices of capitalism as distinct from other modes of economic and political organization. Concepts to be discussed will include freedom, equality and the distribution of wealth. Readings include Adam Smith, Karl Marx, Max Weber, Joseph S, and others.

Prerequisites, Notes & Instructor

When Offered & Tuition

  • Online Course
  • 2020 Fall: Sep 01 to Nov 08
  • Course Level: Undergraduate
  • Tuition: $1140
  • Note: There is a $30 per semester registration fee for credit courses.

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