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HUMAN DIGNITY: IMMANUEL KANT & JOHN STUART MILL
Country - Partner Institution - Programs: Italy - University of Bologna - 'Univ. of Bologna'
UC Course SubjectPhilosophy
Number & Suffix: 178
Full UC Title: HUMAN DIGNITY: IMMANUEL KANT & JOHN STUART MILL 
Transcript Title: HUMAN DIGNITY 
UC QTR Units - Division: 6.0 - Upper Division 
Course Description: This is a graduate level course that is part of the Laurea Magistrale program. The course is intended for advanced level students only. Enrollment is by consent of the instructor. The course focuses on basic knowledge, specific methodologies, and critical abilities with regard to the most relevant issues in the field of philosophy of law and human rights. The topic for the 2017 fall semester is human dignity and its violation. The first part of the course focuses on the notion of dignity on the ground of two philosophical classics: FOUNDATION OF THE METAPHYSICS OF MORALS by Immanuel Kant and ON LIBERTY by John Stuart Mill. These texts are crucial in understanding the idea of human dignity and its social aspects. The course includes a series of seminars and discussion sections. Assessment in the course is based on a final oral examination. Students who complete a final paper on a pre-approved topic are awarded 1 extra unit. Maximum units for this course are 6. 
Language of Instruction: Italian
 
Partner Title: FILOSOFIA DEL DIRITTO (1) (LM) 
Partner University Department: Scienze Filosofiche 
Partner University Course Number: 28109