Introduction to Democracy and Justice Studies

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  This course will introduce students to a variety of theories about democracy and justice and offer examples of those who have attempted to put decmocracy and justice into practice. The lectures on Marx, titled "Democracy and the Materialist Conception of History," cover the problems of alienation, democracy, freedom, social revolution, and the critique of political economy, and social revolution. .

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