On successful completion of this course, students will be able to: define the basic concepts in the philosophy of social and political sciences; give examples of social and political phenomena representing those concepts and frameworks; apply those concepts and frameworks in selected case studies.
- Introduction: What is Science?
- Introduction to Philosophy of Science: Ontology
- Introduction to Philosophy of Science: Teleology
- Introduction to Philosophy of Science: Epistemology
- Introduction to Philosophy of Science: Methodology
- Ethics in Science
- Traditions in Philosophy of Social Science
- Introduction to Society and Politics
- Key Concepts
- Law, Order, and Justice
- Political Theory and Political Ideologies: An Introduction
- Comparative Politics
- The Role of Economy in Society and Politics
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