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POL S 201 Lecture 15: Hannah Arendt
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1. Who is Hannah Arendt a. 1906-1975 b. wrote book in 1951 2. What is Freedom?: The Genealogical Argument a. Ancient idea of freedom fundamentally political: ancient freedom was freedom to ...

Political Science
POL S 201
Jack Turner Iii
POL S 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Eugene V. Debs, Cretinism
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Eugene Debs Communist VIsion- Every man will work and get the full equivalent of what he produces. He will work not as a slave, but as a free man, and he will express himself in his work, and work with job (144). Get the...

Political Science
POL S 201
Jack Turner Iii
POL S 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Carthago Delenda Est, Body Politic, Thesis Statement
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1. The Essence of Revolution Pg 214-215 - To the extent that the greatest event in every revolution is the act of foundation...The act of founding the new body politic of devising the new form of government in...

Political Science
POL S 201
Jack Turner Iii
POL S 201 Lecture 14: Freedom, Founding, Revolution
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Arendtian Freedom-- Major components Eruptive quality, principled basis, publicity and natality --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ...

Political Science
POL S 201
Jack Turner Iii
POL S 201 Lecture 11: McWillams
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www.beaconfellows.org What for McWilliams is the crisis of American Democracy? - Its harder for citizens to be involved in the democracy because they cant see their actions truly come to life - Voice...

Political Science
POL S 201
Jack Turner Iii
POL S 201 Lecture 10: Poli Sci_ Socialism & Communism
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Socialism Unions need to realize the only class that exists are the working class - Unions are for commonwealth - They are comrades - They cant gain benefits from the expense of each other - Debs says you must destroy the ...

Political Science
POL S 201
Jack Turner Iii
POL S 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Federalist No. 10, Vise
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Hamilton, Madison, Cato, Jefferson Hamilton and Madison- the meaning of citizenship and freedom would be transformed in the extended Republic. The role of citizenship would become much stronger Catio and ...

Political Science
POL S 201
Jack Turner Iii
POL S 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: John Locke, Thomas Hobbes, Limited Government
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Liberty of Subjects (Hobbes Review) 1.) Subjects free where law is silent 2.) Subjects free when sovereigns is incapacitated 3.) Subjects free when sovereign targets subject for death or bodily harm -----------------------...

Political Science
POL S 201
Jack Turner Iii
POL S 201 Lecture 6: Poli Sci_ The Background to Locke

1. Hobbes Time Every man has a single right to life States glory = Gods glory, Hobbes says no individual has to offer sacrifice for the state 2. Hobbes Method for the similitude of the thoughts and passions of one man to t...

Political Science
POL S 201
Jack Turner Iii
POL S 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Eudaimonia, Habituation

Ancient Liberty Aristotle (384-322 B.C.E.) - Founded his own school the Liceum from 344 to his death - Nicomedian Ethics - edited by Aristotles son Ethics - The straightforward meaning of ethics is dis...

Political Science
POL S 201
Jack Turner Iii
POL S 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Aristocracy, Nicomachean Ethics

1.) Aim of Political Community To be a political animal is to discover and realizing the common benefit By realizing the common good, we can understand our own good Politics at its core is virtue politics. A life of ethica...

Political Science
POL S 201
Jack Turner Iii
POL S 201 Lecture 3: Poli Sci_ Political Community

Political science spends most of its paints on making citizens of a certain character viz good and capable of noble acts (946) - Aristotle, Ethics Hierarchy of Communities Claim 1: Every city state is a community Claim 2: ...

Political Science
POL S 201
Jack Turner Iii
POL S 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Political Freedom, Direct Democracy

Overview of Socrates Socrates doctrine - Examining thinking about what you are doing. Process oriented rather than goal oriented Pleasure often turns to pain Democracy demands in one small way or another that we all be pol...

Political Science
POL S 201
Jack Turner Iii
POL S 201 Lecture 1: Intro to Political Theory

Purpose of the Course: Cosmic Insignificance That which has been is what will be, That which is done is what will be done and there is nothing new under the sun - Solomon, 970-931 B.C.E.Ecclesiastes 1:8-9, 11 (everything i...

Political Science
POL S 201
Jack Turner Iii
POL S 203 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: World Trade Organization, General Agreement On Tariffs And Trade, Schwinn Bicycle Company

Free Trade, WTO & Globalization (5/19/17) I. From GATT to the WTO A. What is GATT? General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade: negotiated in 1947 into effect 1948 o Response to the Smoot-Hawley Tariff ...

Political Science
POL S 203
Jonathan L.Mercer
Permachart - Marketing Reference Guide: Multilateral Treaty, European Economic Community, Statute Of The International Court Of Justice

l e a r n • r e f e r e n c e • r e v i e w permacharts TM International Law APPLICATIONS TREATIES ...

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COMM 404
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Permachart - Marketing Reference Guide: Liberal Democracy, Illiberal Democracy, Representative Democracy

Political Science2 Political Science3 permacharts TM WHAT IS POL...

Political Science
POLC42H3
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