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2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

RTS 3850 - War & Peace: Religious Perspectives

Credits: 4
This course explores war and peace from a variety of theoretical and practical perspectives. It engages religious, philosophical, psychological, sociological and historical analyses of the phenomena of war and peace. Students will encounter such concepts as: Holy War (in both Christian and Muslim traditions); Pacifism (in the Christian, Jewish, Muslim and Hindu traditions); and the Just War tradition (as employed by Jews, Christians, Muslims, philosophers and political scientists). The course also explores a variety of particular challenges to war and peace, such as: guerilla war, terrorism, nuclear war, and the use of military force for humanitarian causes.
Fulfills: Second institutional requirement in religious and theological studies. E in LS Core.