PHLB91H3: Theories of Human Nature

An exploration of theories which provide answers to the question 'What is a human being?', answers that might be summarized with catchphrases such as: 'Man is a rational animal,' 'Man is a political animal,' 'Man is inherently individual,' 'Man is inherently social,' etc. Authors studied are: Aristotle, Hobbes, Rousseau, Darwin, Marx, Freud and Sartre.

Exclusion
PHL244H, (PHLC91H3)
Breadth Requirements
History, Philosophy and Cultural Studies