Course: Anci-Pol-Tho

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Anci-Pol-Tho
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School
Arts and Sciences
Department
Politics
Faculty
Course Code
POL 201
Section Code
JKL456
Category
Writing Intensive
Course Description

This course is a survey of Ancient Greek and Roman political theory, including texts from Thucydides, Plato, Aristotle, and Cicero.

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Quae cum praeponunt

Quae cum praeponunt, ut sit aliqua rerum selectio, naturam videntur sequi; Quamquam ab iis philosophiam et omnes ingenuas disciplinas habemus; Primum quid tu dicis breve? Ego vero volo in virtute vim esse quam maximam; Nulla profecto est, quin suam See MoreQuae cum praeponunt

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Cur fortior sit

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