Social philosophy and political philosophy are quite intimately related areas of philosophy.
This [course_title] is designed to introduce you to the fundamental concepts of political philosophy, such as authority, rights, equality, justice, liberty, and democracy. In addition to that, undergo an analysis of the purpose and use of the term in the contextual application in political philosophy. Also, go through some of the vital issues of social and political philosophy by an analysis, comparison and critical examination from various point views.
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Course Credit: Open Culture
|Social and Political Philosophy Lecture #1: Introduction||00:51:00|
|Social and Political Philosophy Lecture #2: Plato||01:31:00|
|Social and Political Philosophy lecture #3: Aristotle||01:29:00|
|Social and Political Philosophy Lecture #4: Thomas Hobbes||01:26:00|
|Social and Political Philosophy Lecture #5: John Locke||01:39:00|
|Social and Political Philosophy Lecture #6: John Stuart Mill||01:29:00|
|Social and Political Philosophy Lecture #7: Karl Marx & Friedrich Engels||01:26:00|
|Social and Political Philosophy Lecture #8: Friedrich Hayek||01:33:00|
|Social and Political Philosophy Lecture #9: John Rawls||01:18:00|
|Social and Political Philosophy Lecture #10: Conclusion||01:17:00|
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