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As the physical quality of life improves in our increasingly global and technologically focused world, it is particularly important to focus on psychology. In fact, psychology is one of the most popular subjects...
As the physical quality of life improves in our increasingly global and technologically focused world, it is...

Justice
Justice

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HarvardX is proud to relaunch this introduction to Justice with new videos and discussion forums in multiple languages! Taught by lauded Harvard professor Michael Sandel, Justice explores critical analysis of...
HarvardX is proud to relaunch this introduction to Justice with new videos and discussion forums in multiple languages!...

What is the relationship between the mind and the body? Can computers think? Do we perceive reality as it is? Can there be a science of consciousness? This course explores these questions and others. It is a...
What is the relationship between the mind and the body? Can computers think? Do we perceive reality as it is? Can there...

You face a difficult moral decision every time you decide what to eat. What impact should animal rights have on your decision? Is the suffering involved in meat, egg and dairy production bad enough that you...
You face a difficult moral decision every time you decide what to eat. What impact should animal rights have on your...

This globalization course focuses on the ways market-led macro-economic reforms associated with globalization (such as free trade agreements and privatization initiatives) have come together with much more micro...
This globalization course focuses on the ways market-led macro-economic reforms associated with globalization (such as...

What possibilities exist for a fairer world? Can one person truly make a difference? In this social sciences course, we sample the possibilities and limits of social change in an interconnected, inequitable...
What possibilities exist for a fairer world? Can one person truly make a difference? In this social sciences course, we...

Drawing on new scientific advances, this religion course examines foundational questions about the nature of religious belief and practice. The course is based on the idea that religion is a naturalistic...
Drawing on new scientific advances, this religion course examines foundational questions about the nature of religious...

Sociology is about people. Each individual is unique and idiosyncratic. Yet, when we come together for a common purpose, we try to conduct ourselves in a manner that will achieve mutually desired outcomes....
Sociology is about people. Each individual is unique and idiosyncratic. Yet, when we come together for a common...

This writing course introduces students to discourse, research, and research writing for the purpose of proposing solutions to problems. Rather than learning about these subjects in the abstract, students will...
This writing course introduces students to discourse, research, and research writing for the purpose of proposing...

This philosophy course has two goals. The first goal is to introduce you to the things that philosophers think about. We will look at some perennial philosophical problems: Is there a God? What is knowledge,...
This philosophy course has two goals. The first goal is to introduce you to the things that philosophers think about....

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