Lecture 6.3: Political Community, Cosmopolitanism & World Government

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Revolutionary Ideas: Borders, Elections, Constitutions, Prisons
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University of Pennsylvania

Revolutionary Ideas: Borders, Elections, Constitutions, Prisons

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Political Community and Borders
This unit explores the issues of how our political communities are and should be defined. What is the basis of political community? Should we be allowed to change what political community we are a part of? If so, how easily?

Meet the Instructors

  • Alexander  Guerrero
    Alexander Guerrero
    Assistant Professor
    Philosophy and Medical Ethics and Health Policy
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