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    • 21779-01
    • Addiction and the Law: Perspectives from Philosophy, Economics, and Neuroscience
    • Yaffe
      Schwartz
      Kober
      Moore
    • Tue 2:10 PM-4:00 PM
    • 2
    • -
    • faculty permission (15)
    • paper required
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    Addiction and the Law: Perspectives from Philosophy, Economics, and Neuroscience (21779). 2 units. This course will concern the bearing of addiction on various forms of treatment under the law, including but not limited to the criminal liability of addicts. The course will address this broad set of issues through consideration of the import for the law of philosophical, economic and neuroscientific conceptions of the nature of addiction. Paper required. Enrollment limited to fifteen. Also PHIL 744b and PSYC 609b. G. Yaffe, A. Schwartz, M. Moore, and H. Kober.

    Course Bidding: In addition to listing this course among permission-of-the-instructor selections, student should submit a CV and a statement of interest by December 8 at 4:30 p.m.

    Location: SLB - 110 (Tue)
    Grade mode: graded
    CRN: 20189

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