Course Terms of Use

All Saylor Academy courses are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License. For licensing purposes, a "course" is defined as the structure, syllabus, learning outcomes, unit descriptions, and the framing text that accompanies resources curated from third parties. That excludes the third party resources themselves, including the following resources used in this course, which contain the individual licenses listed below:

Jonathan Chan's Resources:

Wikipedia Resources:

BC Open Textbooks Resources:

  • Attributed to Steve McCartney and Rick Parent 
  • Licensed under  CC BY 4.0

Open Academy Resources:

  • Attributed to Michael Sandel and Harvard University 
  • Licensed under CC BY-NC 3.0

University of Adelaide Resources:

Fair Use Repository Resources:

Thomistic Philosophy Page Resources:

  • Attributed to: Joseph M. Magee, Ph.D.

PhilosophyPages Resources:

Locke versus Hobbes Resources:

University of Pennsylvania's African Studies Center Resources:

  • Attributed to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. 

Yale University Resources:

Freedom and Flourishing Resources:

  • Attributed to: Winton Bates 
  • Licensed under:  CC BY 3.0

Independence Hall Association in Philadelphia Resources:

  • Attributed to: Independence Hall Association
  • Licensed under: CC BY 4.0

Project Gutenberg Resources:

Rationally Speaking Resources:

  • Attributed to: Massimo Pigliucci
  • Licensed under: CC BY-NC 3.0

In the Matter of Baby M., 109 N.J. 396 (1988) Resource:

  • Attributed to: New Jersey Supreme Court 

In Tech Resources:

Bill Soderberg, Philosopher at Large Resources:

  • Attributed to: William Soderberg
  • Licensed under: CC BY-NC 3.0

OpenDemocracyUK Resources:

John Rawl's and Harvard University Resources:

  • Attributed to Professor John Rawls and Harvard University

Danubius University Resources:

  • Attributed to: Monica Pocora and Danubius University 
  • Licensed under: CC BY 4.0

Journalist's Resource Resources:

  • Attributed to: Harvard Kennedy School's Shorenstein Center and the Carnegie-Knight Initiative 
  • Licensed under: CC BY 3.0

Cornell University Resources:

Affirmative Action Opposed: The Case of Cheryl Hopwood Resources:

Philosophy, et cetera Resources:

  • Attributed to: Richard Yetter Chappell and University of York
  • Licensed under: CC BY-NC-SA 3.0

Race, Racism and the Law Resources:

  • Attributed to: Fran Lisa Buntman and Vernellia R. Randall
  • Licensed under: CC BY-NC-SA 3.0

On Truth and Reality Resources:

Saint Anselm College Resources:

  • Attributed to: David Banach and Saint Anselm College 
  • Licensed under: CC BY-NC-SA 2.5

All other resources are copyrighted, and may not be reproduced without the explicit permission from the copyright holder.

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