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UTMPOL208Y5Spyridon KotsovilisSummer

POL208Y5 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - International Law, Cold War, Anarchy

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20 Nov 2018
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14,500 armed con icts- the deadliest with millions of dead if you count direct and collateral causalities: the total reaches 3,5000. 000,000 dead. Sinc
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UTMPOL208Y5Spyridon KotsovilisSummer

POL208Y5 Study Guide - Summer 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - International Law, Cold War, Anarchy

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12 Oct 2018
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14,500 armed con icts- the deadliest with millions of dead if you count direct and collateral causalities: the total reaches 3,5000. 000,000 dead. Sinc
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UTMPOL208Y5Spyridon KotsovilisSummer

POL208Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Root Mean Square, Secularism, Neocolonialism

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28 May 2018
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UTMPOL208Y5Spyridon KotsovilisSummer

POL208Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Democratic Peace Theory, Perpetual Peace, Transaction Cost

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28 May 2018
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Uncertain about the other states leads to fear risk averse. Anarchy still anarchic but it does not lead to con ict. Systems level hierarchy- interactio
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UTMPOL208Y5Spyridon KotsovilisSummer

POL208Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Hollow-Point Bullet, Weighing Scale, Renormalization

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28 May 2018
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14,500 armed con icts- the deadliest with millions of dead if you count direct and collateral causalities: the total reaches 3,5000. 000,000 dead. Sinc
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UTMPOL208Y5Spyridon KotsovilisSummer

POL208Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Security Dilemma, Rational Agent, Deductive Reasoning

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28 May 2018
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UTMPOL208Y5Spyridon KotsovilisSummer

POL208Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Failed State, Demagogue, Ethnic Nationalism

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28 May 2018
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Prisoners dilemma: it is about cooperation or con ict when you cannot trust the other players (e. g. in an anarchic environment) it also shows the prob
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UTMPOL208Y5Spyridon KotsovilisSummer

POL208Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Pospolite Ruszenie, Perpetual Peace, Immanuel Kant

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28 May 2018
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Classical antiquity early modern era, and 19th c. landmark works. Origins of modern inter-national system in 17th c. europe. Systematic study began in
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UTMPOL208Y5Spyridon KotsovilisSummer

POL208Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Mutual Assured Destruction, Guerrilla Warfare, Mechanism Design

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28 May 2018
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Partition: internal con ict turns into an international one: vote pooling: electoral mechanism design to encourage election of moderates- in the middle
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UTMPOL208Y5Spyridon KotsovilisSummer

POL208Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Social Theory, Structuration Theory

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28 May 2018
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Everything is a social construct- facts created inter-subjective (anarchy, states) Co/mutual constitution: interests are driven by your identity- vice
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UTMPOL208Y5Spyridon KotsovilisSummer

POL208Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Critical Theory, Problem Solving, Social Relation

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28 May 2018
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Problem solving(positivist) vs. critical (re ectivist) and interpretivism. Anarchy is a natural thing- liberal, realism. Critical theorist: anarchy is
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UTMPOL208Y5Spyridon KotsovilisSummer

POL208Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Failed State

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28 May 2018
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UTMPOL203Y5randybescoFall

POL203Y5- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 23 pages long!)

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30 Nov 2017
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Concern to avoid giving too much power to a person. 13 colonies?- 14 missing colony might have been con ict between indigenous- almost all the time the
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UTMPOL203Y5randybescoFall

POL203Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Mandamus, Miranda Warning, White Primaries

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14 Nov 2017
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Supreme court chooses cases- litigants appeal- rule of four. Thousands of request, small sta - four clerks each. Reversal uncommon- too many cases, dis
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UTMPOL203Y5randybescoFall

POL203Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Commerce Clause, Unitary State, Campus Carry In The United States

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14 Nov 2017
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Federations: canada, germany, russia, nigeria, mexico, india. Constitutions divides authority between two levels of government. Unitary government: bri
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UTMPOL203Y5randybescoFall

POL203Y5 Lecture 1: POL23-Intro

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14 Nov 2017
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UTMPOL203Y5randybescoFall

POL203Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Market Failure, Methodological Individualism

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14 Nov 2017
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Collective action problems: acting individually instead in a group, better outcome in a group, enforce through taxes to solve the cap, goal cant be ach
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UTMPOL203Y5randybescoFall

POL203Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: 6 Years, Intolerable Acts, Sugar Act

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14 Nov 2017
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13 colonies?- 14 missing colony might have been con ict between indigenous- almost all the time the colonists win- stopped expanding at the mountains.
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UTMPOL203Y5randybescoFall

POL203Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Second Continental Congress, British America, Bicameralism

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14 Nov 2017
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Creation of state governments, bicameral legislature and weak governors. Legislative branch- congress, house of representative, senate- pass the laws.
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UTMPHL265H5Gurpreet RattanFall

PHL265H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Absolute Monarchy

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14 Nov 2017
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Since everyone is free, it must be by the consent of all. Since it injures no one else, any group of people can form a civil society. Once everyone con
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UTMPHL265H5Gurpreet RattanFall

PHL265H5 Lecture 8: Locke October 24th 2017

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14 Nov 2017
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Everyone is equal no masters or slaves. State of liberty, but not a state of licence. Law of nature applies to the state of nature (known by reason)- n
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UTMPHL265H5Gurpreet RattanFall

PHL265H5 Lecture 1: Crito September 12, 2017

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14 Nov 2017
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By running away, socrates would be doing what his enemies would want. He"d be betraying his sons since he"d not be able to participate in their educati
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UTMPHL265H5Gurpreet RattanFall

PHL265H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: 2017 Nfl Draft

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14 Nov 2017
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Human beings need through an assembly reduce their will to the will of one. The covenant gives all right to the sovereign. The sovereign is not a parti
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UTMPHL265H5Gurpreet RattanFall

PHL265H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Human Action

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14 Nov 2017
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To look into the similitude of passions, ,not the similitude of their objects. No rational objects of desire only the rational pursuit of our passion.
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UTMPHL265H5Gurpreet RattanFall

PHL265H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: 2017 League Of Ireland First Division

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14 Nov 2017
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The essay is on the origins of inequality. Hobbes and others: project the passions of a social being into the state of nature. The movement of the stat
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UTMPHL265H5Gurpreet RattanFall

PHL265H5 Lecture 2: Hobbes September 19th 2017

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14 Nov 2017
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The right of nature liberty each man has to use his power . Theres no limit to the right of nature- not even the use of other peoples bodies. Law of na
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UTMPHL265H5Gurpreet RattanFall

PHL265H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Private Good, Rationality

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14 Nov 2017
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No justice because one should never give up ones own reason. Keep ones covenants only when in ones interest. Follow my own self judgement- in the state
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