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Lecture 6

POLI 2342 Lecture 6: The Colonial Covenant and Puritan Government Framework
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Department
Political Science
Course Code
POLI 2342
Professor
Hale
Lecture
6

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The Colonial Covenant !
each member is responsible for the whole community!
suer with others, sympathy with people, infuse a desire to defend other people!
but we resist this, Adam's nature of the fall !
Puritan notion!
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town is where people live their public life, where they interact and get along with people!
the community has to help us overcome our selfish nature -> humans are "fallen"!
!
part of humans but can be overcome with the right spiritual practice and community!
we are naturally isolated!
!
fulfillment of nature is the classical ideal -> the noblest citizens are the ones that fulfill what
nature has called them to do!
the Puritans had a much dierent conception!
!
for the puritans, nature consist of things that need to be overcome, not indulged!
need the community to help us!
no life outside community!
!
notion of nature rights!
when the puritans built communities these principles a political and religion merged into
one!
church and government were intrinsically linked!
!
result of this merger is the New England town -> Tocqueville said that Puritans founded
American!
Puritans governed themselves peacefully with words and debate!
it was the first place where free people agreed to tax themselves!
!
this notion is foreign to us -> political community is important!
Puritans were dierent !
!
they didn't insist on rejecting the material world!
the temporal world is where we live!
there, Christian love is made manifest!
if something is wrong, they will know!
!
the purpose of civil and ecclesiastical power -> improve lives, serve the lord, preserve posterity
of evil world, work out salvation!
this town has responsibilities that the townspeople undertake!
all freemen sit in the town meeting and made decisions!
send delegates to court!
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all men issued land in accordance with children and preeminence !
didn't allow continuous land properties!
scattered land prevents people from being the best!
!
who governs in this place?!

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The Colonial Covenant each member is responsible for the whole community suer with others, sympathy with people, infuse a desire to defend other people but we resist this, Adams nature of the fall Puritan notion town is where people live their public life, where they interact and get along with people the community has to help us overcome our selsh nature > humans are fallen part of humans but can be overcome with the right spiritual practice and community we are naturally isolated fulllment of nature is the classical ideal > the noblest citizens are the ones that fulll what nature has called them to do the Puritans had a much dierent conception for the puritans, nature consist of things that need to be overcome, not indulged need the community to help us no life outside community notion of nature rights when the puritans built communities these principles a political and religion merged into one church and government were intrinsically linked result of this merger is the New England town > Tocqueville said that Puritans founded American Puritans governed themselves peacefully with words and debate it was the rst place where free people agreed to tax themselves this notion is foreign to us > political community is important Puritans were dierent they didnt insist on rejecting the material world the temporal world is where we live there, Christian love is made manifest if something is wrong, they will know the purpose of civil and ecclesiastical power > improve lives, serve the lord, preserve posterity of evil world, work out salvation this town has responsibilities that the townspeople undertake all freemen sit in the town meeting and made decisions send delegates to court all men issued land in accordance with children and preeminence didnt allow continuous land properties scattered land prevents people from being the best who governs in this place?
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