POL 510 / CLA 527 / HLS 509

Texts in Ancient and Medieval Political Theory

Melissa Lane

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This course covers selected ancient and medieval political theory texts in depth, beginning in ancient Greece and ending in the early Renaissance. Authors to be covered include Plato, Aristotle, Cicero, Augustine, Aquinas, and Marsilius. Students are required to attend the twice weekly lectures for POL 301, in addition to a eighty-minute graduate meeting in which secondary as well as primary readings are discussed.

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