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POL323Y1 - Week 1 - Introduction.docx

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HIS242H1
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Doris Bergen

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POL323Y1 MIGHT AND RIGHT AMONG NATIONS 11­Sep­13 Week 1 – Introduction 1. Justice vs. Necessity (and advantage) a. If it is not just, the speaker will present an argument in ways that it is  unjust b. Political leaders justify themselves in their own language 2. The Just War Tradition 3. Modern Realism 4. Modern Idealism 5. The Melian Dialogue The History of the Peloponnesian War ­ Athens was the first democracy.  ­ Thucydides himself depicts a war among the Greeks themselves –  ­ 531BC – 401BC ­ Athens Sea Power, Sparta superiority on land ­ Athens had 60,000 citizen households in 531 in 401 they had lost ¾ of the  households ­ Thucydides will claim the nature of war ­ The majority of Plato’s dialogues took place in the back drop of t
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