Introduction to Philosophy, Politics, and Economics (PHIL 384/002)

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Instructor: Michael Munger. This course meets on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 4:25 p.m. – 5:40 p.m. in Social Sciences 136 (at Duke.)

Duke course listing PS103: Prisoner’s Dilemma and Distributive Justice

Economic, political, and philosophical perspectives on distributive justice and the problems in each discipline raised by variations on the prisoner’s dilemma.  Classic texts include Hobbes and Hume, Smith and Marx, Mill and Rawls.  Gateway course to the Politics, Philosophy, and Economics certificate program.

This class meets at Duke for the first half of the semester (in Allen Building 326), then at UNC for the second half (in Howell 104.)  Duke’s Fall semester begins on August 29, so the first day this class will meet is Tuesday, August 30.

Department permission is required for enrollment.  Preference is given to those who have declared the PPE minor.

Cross-listed with POLI 384.002 and ECON 384.002.

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