ESPS7101 - German Political and Social Thought

Course value: 0.5 units
Dr Mark Hewitson
One term (Term 2)
Teaching structure:
One two-hour seminar
1 unseen two-hour written exam (50%), 1 assessed essay of 2,500 words (50%)
Available to:
Second Years, Final Years and Affiliates 

Course Description:

This course looks at ways in which German thinkers such as Marx, Weber and Habermas have explained the distribution and exercise of power in modern societies and how they have approached the question of political domination and representation.