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UTSGPOL200Y1Ryan BalotFall

POL200Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Sibylline Oracles, Dynamic Equilibrium, Jerusalem In Christianity

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Discourses, livy, and rome: new modern teachings. Chapters 1 2: foundation, cycle of constitutions. Chapters 3 6: struggle of the orders . Chapters 7 8
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POL200Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Meritocracy

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Religion can lead to weakness or strength of the people. Depending on how its used: use religion correctly; invoke the fear of god. O(cid:373)a(cid:374
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POL200Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Cardinal Virtues, Civics, Cesare Borgia

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Chapters 1 and 2: acquire kingdoms and the role of memory. Chapter 7 and 8: cesare borgia, agathocles, and the well-used cruelty. In chapter 7: cesare
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POL200Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Tendon, Cesare Borgia, Plausible Deniability

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Chapter 12 to 14: m on the military. Chapter 15 to 18: transformation of virtues. Moses, romulus, cyrus, and theseus: the four rulers who were capable
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POL200Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Tyrant, Pessimism, Republicanism

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Chapters 16 18, 55: corruption and the free republics. Princes of the republic: 21, 55, 34, and 42. Humanism, anti-mystical, scientific rationalism, em
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POL200Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Athenian Democracy, Greco-Persian Wars, Total War

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POL200Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Leviathan, Cesare Borgia, Spiritual Warfare

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Chapters 22 and 23: advising the prince. Using cruelty well = security and prosperity in the society, at the cost of damaging a few. 15 to 19: a spirit
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POL200Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Political Psychology, Meritocracy, Human Nature

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Machiavelli - discourses: discourses, livy and rome. Written around the same time as prince (16th century) Discourses can be interpreted as m"s answer
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POL200Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Bourgeoisie, A Prophet, Politeia

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Chapters 1 3, 8, and 12: human nature, the attack on aristotle, and school-men. Chapters 4 5: speech, rationality, and science. First great philosophic
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POL200Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Cesare Borgia

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Macchiavelli: ch. 17-26: chapter 17: cruelty, compassion, love, fear. You got to be cruel to be kind. His rep. of cruelty was of using cruelty well (be
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POL200Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Cesare Borgia, Proverb, Cardinal Virtues

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Virtue = intrinsically good; a quality of the soul. It"s not about making decisions that are good", but about making decisions that are useful (can mai
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POL200Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Cesare Borgia, Insult, Breaking Free

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He understood politics as the art of power & acquisition. Taught that civil life would only be possible if some ppl would face up and do the necessary
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