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Class Notes for PHIL 2280 at University of Guelph (page 3)

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PHIL 2280 Lecture 6: Lockes Letter
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PHIL 2280 Sept 28/17 Lecture 6: Law only begins when there is a Sovereign. This is logical since in the judicial or legal is defined as a command of the sove...

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PHIL 2280 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Social Contract
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PHIL 2280 Sept 26/17 Lecture 5: John Locke An important figure in political theory. He wanted to model his political theory after natural sciences. Locke r...

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PHIL 2280 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Immanuel Kant, Hypothetical Imperative, Categorical Imperative
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October 3, 2017 Immanuel Kant: On the Common Saying - Kant presents the outline of a republican state. - He frames his discussion around the relation between the theory and practice in three separate ...

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PHIL 2280 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: A Letter Concerning Toleration, Truism, Divine Law
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September 28, 2017 Law begins only when there is a sovereign. This is a logical truism since in the judicial or legal sense a law is defined as a command of the sovereign. Hobbes also says the same thing about morality an...

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PHIL 2280 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Cardinal Virtues, Meddle
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September 14, 2017 1. Justice According to the doctrine of the four cardinal virtues in a good city well have wisdom, courage, moderation, justice. (427e) justice according to some is to be found in For Socrates, justice ...

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PHIL 2280 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Everyman, Deductive Reasoning, Human Body
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Hobbes Leviathan Scientific methodology: observation and deductive reasoning. Using this method, Hobbes set out an ambitious project of studying the physical nature, the nature of humanity and the nature of human society...

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PHIL 2280 Lecture 6: John Locke’s Second Treatise of Government
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September 26, 2017 John Lockes Second Treatise of Government Wrote in a time of unrest like Hobbes before him. He modeled his theory and morality around the natural sciences. With the hope of getting the same results of...

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PHIL 2280 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Ancient Greece, Making Money
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September 12, 2017 *Numbers represent sections in textbook Platos republic Book 2: the protection of the city is the task of the guardians who by their nature are suited for this task. (400403) Plato had most of his philos...

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PHIL 2280 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Everyman, Leviathan, Body Politic
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PHIL 2280 Sept 21/17 Lecture 4: Hobbs: The Leviathan Motion=Change Scientific Methodology: Marked Paradigm Shift from traditional Philosophy to modern ...

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PHIL 2280 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Cardinal Virtues, Dennis Eichhorn, Totalitarianism
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PHIL 2280 Sept 14/17 Lecture 3: The globe and mail example letter to the editor, people care about something, the write a few lines, it gets published in the new...

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PHIL 2280 Lecture 2: Philosophers vs Poets and Forms
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PHIL 2280 Sept 12/17 Textbook Notes Lecture 1: ➢ Philosophy focused on justice ➢ Always bring your textbook to class. Read and come to class with Questio...

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PHIL 2280 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Bastion, John Stuart Mill, Classical Liberalism

POLS 2280 February 9, 2014 class notes Aristotelian variant, man is by nature a being who consummates or perfects his nature only in and through life in a political association, which alone among human institutions aims ...

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PHIL 2280 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Thrasymachus, Socratic Method, Cephalus

Plato: The Republic (Book 1) Justice and Power September 13, 2016 Plato  Student of Socrates’, teacher to Aristotle  Many, ‘Socrates dialogues’ including The Republic ...

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PHIL 2280 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Virginia Held, Political Philosophy
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PHIL*2280 Key Concepts in Political Philosophy 20161103 Lecture Virginia Held, Care and Justice in the Global Context Virginia Held: o Professor of Philosophy at the Graduate Centre, City University of New York (CUNY) o Ex...

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PHIL 2280 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Restorative Justice, Political Philosophy, Collective Responsibility
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20161101 Lecture KokChor Tan, Colonialism, Reparations, and Global Justice KokChor Tan: o Professor of Philosophy at the University of Pennsylvania o Social and political philosophy, ethics, and international justice The i...

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