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UOTTAWASCS 1160Jordan StancilWinter

Max Weber 2.docx

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2 Apr 2012
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Part of a broader problem linked to the notion of rationalization (the ability to calculate) Disenchantment of the world we don"t have to have recourse
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Max Weber1.docx

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3 Apr 2012
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Part of being a human being is recognizing. Weber = historical sociology: rationalization would not be possible if there weren"t changes in peoples cul
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Class 5. Leviathan.docx

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16 Mar 2012
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We never give up this right of nature, can never go against this right of nature. The liberty that every man has to use his own power or his own preser
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UOTTAWASCS 1160Jordan StancilWinter

Class 6. Locke.docx

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16 Mar 2012
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Writes to argue for this revolution to create a regime of separated powers. The values in locke of democracy, liberalism etc. are not accepted by every
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UOTTAWASCS 1160Jordan StancilWinter

Class 4. Leviathan .docx

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16 Mar 2012
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English philosopher 1588 1679: year of the armada. Hobbes goal: how to achieve security, safety and purity. The great object of hobbes" fear is disorde
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UOTTAWASCS 1160Jordan StancilFall

Class 2. Prince.docx

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16 Mar 2012
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Chapter 25: lays out a dichotomy, and addresses the question of how much we are able to control what happens to us. How much is due to our ability to p
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UOTTAWASCS 1160Jordan StancilSummer

Class 9. Rousseau.docx

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16 Mar 2012
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How many crimes, murder, and wars could we have been spared if property lines did not exist: the fruits of the earth belongs to everyone, the earth its
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Class 1. Machiavelli.docx

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16 Mar 2012
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Constantly fighting for advantage, (northern italy mash-up, not united) Small northern cities in italy are unable to unite in politics and provide a lo
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SCS 1160 Lecture Notes - Aristocracy, Oligarchy

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Virtue the knowledge what is and what is no fortune. The leader needs to be both beast and man fox is more cunning able to get out of the traps the pow
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Class 7. Locke.docx

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16 Mar 2012
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Locke believes in the state of nature there is a natural right to property. You require ownership by mixing your labour with the state of nature. The m
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Durkheim

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26 Mar 2012
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Interested in the role religion plays within society, not the religion itself. Definition of religion: a religion is a unified system of beliefs and pr
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Foucault.docx

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3 Apr 2012
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Foucault writes that the panopticon allows power to be exercised without physical force: [t]he external power may throw off its physical weight[and win
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