POL 539

Law, Morality, and Sexuality

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This seminar considers competing views about sexual morality and marriage, and how such views reflect beliefs about human nature and the human good and shape ideas about the proper role and functions of law. Among the views considered are those associated with ancient, medieval, and modern thought, those associated with religious and secular traditions, and those associated with liberal, conservative, feminist, libertarian, natural law, and liberationist theories.

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