Class Notes for POL373H1 at University of Toronto St. George (UTSG)

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Lecture 5-6

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Lec04 oct. 05 (aristotle and stoics: introduction. I i. aristotle on emotion (in the light of plato) Aristotle takes into the context in understanding
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POL373H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Stoicism, Intentionality, Crowd Psychology

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POL373H1 Lecture Notes - Pathos, Stoicism, The Emotions

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Intro broad themes and arguments. 3 implications for persuasion (3 types of speech: forensic/judicial. Audience is the judge. Wedding speech, awarding
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POL373H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Paul Ekman, Jaak Panksepp, Limbic System

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Lecture 3 what is emotion

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What is an emotion: a combination of neurological and chemical response to relevant stimuli, a feeling or awareness of changes in the body as a result
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Lecture 1

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Emotions on one hand are something that we know in everyday in the field of our political life= or the intuitive political knowledge. However, emotiona
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POL373H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Montesquieu

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POL373H1 Lecture Notes - French Moralists, Moral Agency

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If a society grants away its original and abosolute powers, it potentiall grats away its capacity to preserve itself and no community can possibly do t
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