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HNR 264 - Theory and Practice of Rights II

This is the second of a three-part foundational interdisciplinary sequence on the theory and practice of rights in the United States and around the globe. It examines debates about the meaning of human rights and their value for addressing injustices in western and nonwestern contexts. Fulfills one of the Foundation - Social and Behavioral Sciences. Course offered winter semester. Prerequisites: HNR 263, first-year honors student. Corequisite: HNR 265.

Credits: 3

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