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Justice

by Harvard University

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Course Description

Justice is one of the most popular courses in Harvard's history. Nearly one thousand students pack Harvard's historic Sanders Theatre to hear Professor Sandel talk about justice, equality, democracy, and citizenship. Now it's your turn to take the same journey in moral reflection that has captivated more than 14,000 students, as Harvard opens its classroom to the world.

This course aims to help viewers become more critically minded thinkers about the moral decisions we all face in our everyday lives.

Over 12 weeks of lectures, Sandel challenges us with difficult moral dilemmas and asks our opinion about the right thing to do. He then asks us to examine our answers in the light of new scenarios. The result is often surprising, revealing that important moral questions are never black and white.

Customer Reviews

Greatest class I found so far

I enjoy this class immensely. I love the easy charm of Professor Sandel. Love his teaching style - he is not giving you answers, you have to find it yourself, very engaging. I wish I had the opportunity to be his student when I was young. Would have made me a lot more thoughtful and probably smarter. Please please put out more of his class!

A lecture for every American!

The argument explored in this lecture is not only relevant and critical for students but truly for those of us well beyond our college years who are having or should be having similar arguments in our living rooms!

Excellent introduction to philosophy

I wish every college student would be first exposed to philosophy by Professor Sandel. I first took a class in philosophy from a local college where the professor spent the first half of the semester attempting to prove their was no God, and the second half yelling at students for asking questions that interrupted his convoluted lectures. Personal beliefs aside, I didn't learn anything about the actual subject of philosophy. I was totally turned off by the subject until I watched the first lecture by Mr. Sandel, and I was hooked. Definitely worth your time, I'm currently in a political philosophy class, and I've found that some of these lectures have given me great insight into other courses. Probably the best lecture series on iTunes at the moment.

Justice
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  • Category: Ethics
  • Language: English

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