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26:606:503    REVOLUTIONS AND COUNTERREVOLUTIONS (3)
The range, scope, and dynamics of political, scientific, social and aesthetic revolutions, and interrelations among them, examined in view of traditional modes of thought and behavior.

26:606:505    THE MODERN MIND (3)
The twin theses of self and society, freedom and servitude in 19th- and 20th-century thinkers, from Darwin to Marx to Freud; the search for secular, rational, and scientific ways of seeing the world after the death of God.

26:606:510    TOPICS IN CONTEMPORARY CULTURE (3,3)
Usually offered by faculty from humanities and social science disciplines on subjects relating to contemporary life, thought, and art.

26:606:521,522    TOPICS IN LIBERAL STUDIES (3,3)
Special topics in liberal studies designed by Rutgers and other faculty members. Topic announced each term as courses are offered.

26:606:617    INDEPENDENT STUDY (3)
Conference or other non-classroom study individually arranged with an instructor to permit exploration of a subject in depth.

26:606:715    PROJECT IN LIBERAL STUDIES I (3)
Supervised work on a project leading to the M.A. degree in liberal studies.
  Permission of a faculty sponsor and the program director needed

26:606:800    MATRICULATION CONTINUED (E1)
For students not registered for courses but wishing to maintain their admission status in the program.

 

 

 

 




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