Philosophy and Political Science
Philosophy and Political Science is a natural double major. In a political science class, under the heading of "political theory," you will usually find many of the same readings you will find in a political philosophy class. In fact, it's hard to tell where one stops and the other begins. Political Science gives more consideration to the descriptive and empirical aspects of politics; Political Philosophy is more normative and conceptual. Together these disciplines can yield a deep and broad understanding of political reality. Students considering law school and jobs in the public sector should benefit from this double major.
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