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Lecture 3

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University of Toronto Scarborough
Ivanka Knezevic

Class OutlineCourseSOCB42H3YLecture 19052010Topic The EnlightenmentKey educational goalsoutcomes for todayUnderstand the importance of the Enlightenment Understand that modernity means both a system of ideas and a society based on those ideas Learn definitions of social contract and social evolutionismWe are in a social contract allows for legitimate authorityGiving up our rights for protection by institutionsththUnderstand how the changes in the 18 and 19 c societies influenced social theories of the time Notice differences in development among European countriesMarx and capitalism communismReadingsAshley and Orenstein Chapter OneQuestions to guide the readingto think about ahead of time for studentsIs there valuefree sociology Why or why notThebiases you have influence the kind of questions you askHow was the development of sociology in the US after WWII different from its development in EuropeMore accepted in the us than it was in Europe In us became a study in schools In Europe Compte became more French than german to make it more acceptable views for society for the FrenchHow do social evolutionists see social changeTowards progressthAccording to Ashley and Orenstein 19 c France favoured a way of solving social problems different from the way accepted In Britain What was it The French revolution was through social revoTrademanu lead to manulead to natural sciencesthHow did the political and economic development of the 19 c Germany differ from other European countriesWhat is voluntarismRef to questAGENDA FOR CLASSIntroduction
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