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POL101 Lecture #2

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Department
Political Science
Course Code
POL101Y1
Professor
Agria

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POL101 Lecture 2 Constant and the Rise of Liberalism 17671830 Swiss born French intellectualpolitician Prevent liberal Context French revolution and its aftermathQuestion how should free people govern themselves What is freedom better characterized as Freedom from tyrannyFreedom from something Model Rejected Liberty of Ancients Freedom Participatorywhat it meant to be a human being to be in participationsDirect involvementpublic not private liberty Freedom was collective not individualIndividual vs collective freedom Freedom of the communityselfgovernmentCanada is not free from the Greeks POV Parliament with representatives No direct participation of the citizens Dependent upon a class of people who didnt engage in commerce or even work Big decisions were decisions on war Liberty of ModernsFreedom fromthings Legal protection Limited governmen
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