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The student will be able to see the wester city as the product of historical, social and cultural processes, and to compare its evolution with that of other similar products.
- the city in modern and contemporary novel
- social justice and an introduction to political philosophy
1. personal notes from classes.
2. David Harvey, 1989, The Condition of Postmodernity, Blackwell.
3. Robert Nozick, 1974, Anarchy State Utopia, Basic Books: selected passages.
Active participation; students will be asked to produce arguments to support or reject theories and points of view. Mode of delivery: lesson; class discussion of cases.
- Readiness to offer individual assistance also in a foreign language to incoming students. Language: English and French.
- Availability of supporting material and bibliographic references also in a foreign language. An alternative program in english or french can be provided.
- Readiness to accept examination of incoming students also in a foreign language. Language: English French and Spanish.