CATHOLIC SOCIAL THOUGHT: HISTORICAL AND CONTEMPORARY PERSPECTIVES
This course explores the origins of, and developments in, modern Catholic social thought from the nineteenth century to the present. Using a chronological and thematic framework, the course pivots between historical and contemporary dimensions of Catholic thought, teaching and practice. It examines how historical thinking can contribute to ethical decision-making.
Prerequisites: 1.0 senior History course(s) at the 2100 level or above; or Social Justice and Peace Studies1025F/G, 1026F/G, or the former Social Justice and Peace Studies 1020E and 2200E; or permission of the Department.