Lecture series: Political Philosophy: An Introduction
This Guide covers the basic concepts and theories in political philosophy. Below, you’ll find a short introductory essay and a series of lectures. Though they make the most sense in sequence, feel free to read and watch them in whatever order most interests you; each should stand on its own just fine. This Guide’s featured book, Political Philosophy: An Introduction, serves as a companion text to the course. It will enrich your experience with the Guide, but it’s not a prerequisite for any of the content you’ll find here.
What Makes Institutions Just or Unjust? (06:04)