To take this module, you must declare the MA in Philosophy (F30) (or another qualification towards which this module can count) as your qualification intention. You should also have taken one of the MA in Humanities postgraduate foundation modules (or you could take one at the same time as this module, though we would not normally recommend that). If you wish to gain the MA in Philosophy you will need to take the the Postgraduate foundation module in philosophy (A850). If you have any doubt about the suitability of the module, please speak to an adviser.
We recommend reading one or more of:
Will Kymlicka (2001) Contemporary Political Philosophy, 2nd edition, Oxford University Press
Stephen Mulhall, Adam Swift (2000) Liberals and Communitarians, 2nd edition, Blackwell
Robert Goodin, Philip Pettit (eds) (1997) Contemporary Political Philosophy, Blackwell
The MA website gives information about the topics in the module and suggests further readings.