OC103327

OC103327

University of Toronto St. George

First year Student. Currently working towards my English and Political Science major, though that is subject to change. I don't always go to class (shh) but when I do and wh...

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UTSGHIS109Y1Anthony CantorWinter

HIS109Y1 Lecture Notes - Democratic Socialism, Class Consciousness, Scientific Socialism

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Marx thought that the original socialism was unpractical that he wanted to dismiss it, that they were a bunch of utopians . He wanted to create the tru
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UTSGHIS109Y1Anthony CantorWinter

HIS109Y1 Lecture Notes - Vyacheslav Molotov, Yalta Conference, Truman Doctrine

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16 Apr 2013
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Visions for the post-war settlement two superpowers/bi-polar world rebuilding europe. New international institutions and alliances ending wwii turning
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UTSGHIS109Y1Anthony CantorWinter

HIS109Y1 Lecture Notes - Economic Liberalism, Invisible Hand, Free Trade

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16 Apr 2013
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A middle-class ideology characteristics of liberalism legacy of the french revolution liberal forefathers and key thinkers two ideologies developed dur
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UTSGHIS109Y1Anthony CantorWinter

HIS109Y1 Lecture Notes - Moses Mendelssohn, Constitutionalism, Dreyfus Affair

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16 Apr 2013
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UTSGHIS109Y1Anthony CantorWinter

HIS109Y1 Lecture Notes - Class Conflict, Auguste Comte, Erasmus Darwin

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16 Apr 2013
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UTSGHIS109Y1Anthony CantorWinter

HIS109Y1 Lecture Notes - New Imperialism, Pseudoscience, Social Darwinism

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16 Apr 2013
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Darwin as a challenge to religious orthodoxy. Social darwinism social application of darwin"s organic evolution. Nations in struggle for survival racia
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UTSGHIS109Y1Anthony CantorWinter

HIS109Y1 Lecture Notes - Civic Nationalism, French Second Republic, Volksgeist

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16 Apr 2013
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UTSGHIS109Y1Anthony CantorFall

HIS109Y1 Lecture Notes - Maximilien Robespierre, Tyrant, French Revolutionary Army

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16 Apr 2013
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1789, 26th of august, the declaration of the rights of man was set in place: read as if it was written by a philosoph; the law is the power of the gene
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UTSGENG150Y1David RobertsWinter

ENG150Y1 Lecture Notes - Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz, Immorality, Theodicy

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14 Apr 2013
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This is when the protagonists go through a u shape train of loss and gain. Providential torn of everything that they have (odysseus: losses everything)
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UTSGENG150Y1David RobertsWinter

ENG150Y1 Lecture Notes - Gluttony, Cultural Anthropology, Aeneid

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14 Apr 2013
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UTSGENG150Y1David RobertsWinter

ENG150Y1 Lecture Notes - Acheron, Phlegyas

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UTSGENG150Y1David RobertsWinter

ENG150Y1 Lecture Notes - Pietro Della Vigna, Theodicy, Pentecost

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14 Apr 2013
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UTSGENG150Y1David RobertsFall

ENG150Y1 Lecture Notes - Monolatrism, Polytheism, Talmon

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14 Apr 2013
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The plotline of the a. and the bible are essentially the same. Differences: the religion; monotheistic vs. polytheistic, land based culture vs. sea bas
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UTSGENG150Y1David RobertsFall

ENG150Y1 Lecture Notes - Aeneid, Synoptic Gospels

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14 Apr 2013
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Gospel according to mark (2012-11-26, the bible; lecture 5) 500 years ahead of the first texts read; closer to the period in which the aeneid is writte
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UTSGENG150Y1David RobertsFall

ENG150Y1 Lecture Notes - Ninsun, Demigod, Intertextuality

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14 Apr 2013
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Man who is a (g/g)od, (g/g)od who is a man. Ancient pharos"s, rhama, augustus (virgil), roman emperors after death and some during their lifetime. Son"
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UTSGENG150Y1David RobertsFall

ENG150Y1 Lecture Notes - Erich Auerbach, Binding Of Isaac, Dharma

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14 Apr 2013
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Hebrew bible (lecture 4) the book of job. Comparison of literacy technique between homer"s odyssey, and genesis: different realities to express the pur
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UTSGHIS109Y1Anthony CantorWinter

HIS109Y1 Lecture Notes - Malthusian Trap, Edmund Cartwright, Thomas Robert Malthus

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14 Apr 2013
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UTSGENG150Y1David RobertsFall

ENG150Y1 Lecture Notes - Pathos, Simile, Fake History

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10 Apr 2013
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162-163 you sir now quit at last 68-69 tough sons have darted us children"s children . Not just words to interpret, but events. Language: very heavy in
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UTSGENG150Y1David RobertsFall

ENG150Y1 Lecture Notes - Axial Age, Aeneid, Turnus

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10 Apr 2013
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UTSGENG150Y1David RobertsFall

ENG150Y1 Lecture Notes - Centrality, Darth Vader, Ravana

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10 Apr 2013
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Asrama: sharabhanga (indra; vow to defeat rakshasas: asrama: sutheekshna. In the heart of the forest, 10 years: asrama: sutheekshna. Asrama: agastaya (
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UTSGENG150Y1David RobertsFall

ENG150Y1 Lecture Notes - Indo-European Languages, Enlil, Enkidu

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10 Apr 2013
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The ramayana, popular epic of the indian culture. Still told and retold in the indian culture: dance, play, song, comic books, movies. Diwali celebrati
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UTSGHIS109Y1Anthony CantorFall

HIS109Y1 Lecture Notes - Omnipotence, Totalitarianism

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9 Apr 2013
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No one had the influence of rousseau. V. lacked the energy to change the ancient regime of fr. Could create an ideal world if you were willing to do wh
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UTSGHIS109Y1Anthony CantorFall

HIS109Y1 Lecture Notes - English Civil War, Fronde

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9 Apr 2013
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Nothing to restrain the power of the government, The power of the monarch protected the state quite well, better against foreign invasions. The 30 year
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UTSGHIS109Y1Anthony CantorFall

Realignment of States, Classes, Economies

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Europe had different boundaries and principles that would drive certain societies in certain directions. (english civil war) major influence. Creation
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UTSGHIS109Y1Anthony CantorFall

HIS109Y1 Lecture Notes - Castelnaudary

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9 Apr 2013
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Louis xiii was not favored amongst the people of this time, everyone tended to wonder about the man that was incredibly distrustful and not very well e
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UTSGHIS109Y1Anthony CantorFall

HIS109Y1 Lecture Notes - Total War, Proxy War, Habsburg Monarchy

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9 Apr 2013
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Kings and princes acting on their best interest for reasons of state, but bringing the lives of their subjects into peril (mass slaughter) Peace of wes
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UTSGHIS109Y1Anthony CantorFall

HIS109Y1 Lecture Notes - Puritans, Scale-Invariant Feature Transform, Catholic Church

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9 Apr 2013
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In early modern, less sophisticated societies, religion is the voice of change: no structure for political or social change, only divine intervention.
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UTSGHIS109Y1Anthony CantorFall

HIS109Y1 Lecture Notes - Catherine Parr, Protestantism, Long Parliament

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9 Apr 2013
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Reformation of the church of england, nothing like a popular rebellion at all: no new groups, wants, ideas. Church in the middle ages was nothing profo
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UTSGHIS109Y1Anthony CantorFall

HIS109Y1 Lecture Notes - John Calvin, Theocracy, Protestantism

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8 Apr 2013
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People who are working in the real world offer more to society than monks. Humanism was useful and appropriate: had a very specific agenda. Spiritual w
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UTSGHIS109Y1Anthony CantorFall

HIS109Y1 Lecture Notes - Boarding School, Religious Vows, Representational State Transfer

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8 Apr 2013
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