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ITB 213E - Topics in Literature&Society

Course Objectives

Introduce students to the interactions of literary texts with ideas in ethical, political and social thoughts, through study of writings in these fields.

Course Description

The course covers topics in literature and society through the ways in which important ideas about truth, reality, knowledge, justice, law, the state, social thought, political thought, ethics, ethics, moral psychology, consciousness, the nature and purpose of art and literature can be found across works of literature, works of philosophy, and works of aesthetic theory. Course readings include works in the form of tragedy, the novel, philosophical dialogue, letters, philosophical discourse and overlaps between these forms. The course will consider how ideas can be expressed in different forms of writing and what we learn from looking at the interactions between forms of writing.

Course Coordinator
Barry Davıd Stocker
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