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POSC 101 Lecture 26: Part 2

- Rousseau Part 2 Path to liberation Compassion is the one natural virtue Recapturing it is the only way to elevate from transitional to liberated If compassion was combined with civilization Change would be possible Peopl...

Political Science
POSC 101
Antonio Campbell
POSC 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 28: The Communist Manifesto, Proletariat, Bourgeoisie

Introduction - Marx 1818-1883 - Most controversial political theorists - Public writer, organize and activist - Importance goes beyond politics into other disciplines including economics, sociology, geography, feminism and...

Political Science
POSC 101
Antonio Campbell
POSC 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 29: Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel, Class Conflict, Wage Labour

Method Hegel to Marx Marx takes a look at history, analyzes it, and then it uses that knowledge to make assumptions about the future Dialectical reasoning Reconciling things that seem on the surface to being contradictory ...

Political Science
POSC 101
Antonio Campbell
POSC 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Social Contract, Human Nature

State of Nature Hobbes, locke will deal with state of nature What people are really like 2. Social contract We need to have a power that is going to keep us in check and make the rules, we are equal in capabilities, govern...

Political Science
POSC 101
Antonio Campbell
POSC 101 Lecture 7: Lecture #7 Aristotle

Lecture 7 Aristotle (continued) Political form of the Polis- who should rule? How should they rule- rotation; protects the state from being overturned Citizenship- Who is a citizen; who can not be a citizen (pg 68) More ci...

Political Science
POSC 101
Antonio Campbell
POSC 101 Lecture 19: Lecture #19- Hobbes- Part 3

Hobbes Part 3 Liberty Civil laws are bonds between the individual and the sovereign Holding the commonwealth together chains over individual actions of regular people...not over the sovereign Sovereign still has power over...

Political Science
POSC 101
Antonio Campbell
POSC 101 Lecture 18: Hobbes- Lecture 18 (part 2)

Sovereigns has an equal interes to keep society safe and to keep their power checked They limit their own political concerns Uses religion from a secular standpoint to make people more apt to obedience, laws, peace, charit...

Political Science
POSC 101
Antonio Campbell
POSC 101 Lecture 17: Lecture #17 Hobbes

If you were not part of the church of england then you were an outcast Thirty years war (1618-1648) On the European continent Extended to the English Civil War between the royalists and the supporters of Parliament Main is...

Political Science
POSC 101
Antonio Campbell
POSC 101 Lecture 16: Lecture #16 Luther Part 2

The sworded should be used in love of your neighbor However, do not assume your actions will save you- only faith will do that (151 2c) Power is the Ordinance of God Those in power do not bear the Sword in vain Because the...

Political Science
POSC 101
Antonio Campbell
POSC 101 Lecture 15: Martin Luther Lecture #15

Martin Luther Reformation- 16th century 1523 reformers denounced the abuses of the Catholic Church Seeking a new way to salvation Faith alone Not through church Northern Europe was devastated Black plague Hundred years war...

Political Science
POSC 101
Antonio Campbell
POSC 101 Lecture 14: Lecture #14 Machiavelli

Gender- Appears to be sexist by trumpeting male traits-power, coercion, and violence; reflects the times; however, men and women are both capable of virtue and vulgarity - means political ignorance Liberty and War- liberty...

Political Science
POSC 101
Antonio Campbell
POSC 101 Lecture 12: Lecture #12- Augustine Continued

Lecture 12- Augustine Continued Tranquility of Order of the Universe; Harmony- God>order>peace pg 113 c Miserable people are that way because they are seperated from the tranquility of order Good can exist without evil BUT...

Political Science
POSC 101
Antonio Campbell
POSC 101 Lecture 8: Lecture #8- Posc 101

Lecture 8 - Monarchy- preeminent virtue (pg 78, 2c); no law that binds them; ostracized from society (p 78); expedient for tyrants and democracies; three alternatives of what to do with a person who has preeminent virtue- ...

Political Science
POSC 101
Antonio Campbell
POSC 101 Lecture 6: Lecture #6 Aristotle

Lecture 6 Aristotle Aristotle-384-322 BCE- Student of Plato - Tutors to young rich people The good life- only possible through Polis (pages 53-c) - All communities aim at some good - Inner circle (family) outer (friends) o...

Political Science
POSC 101
Antonio Campbell
POSC 101 Lecture 5: Plato

Lecture 5- Plato 1.) Three Parts of The Soul- pg 14-25 Temperance, bravery, wisdom = Justice The individual has three parts of the soul: Rational, appetite, and spirit 2.) The Virtues of the Individual - The inner self is ...

Political Science
POSC 101
Antonio Campbell

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