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UTSGPOL200Y1Ryan BalotSummer

POL200Y1 Lecture Notes - Hoplite, Advantageous, Athenian Democracy

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UTSGPOL214Y1D.PondSummer

POL214Y1 Lecture Notes - English Canada, Pierre Trudeau, Turnitin

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15 May 2013
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UTSGPSY100H1A.W.DentonFall

PSY100H1 Lecture Notes - Deductive Reasoning, Inductive Reasoning, Syllogism

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19 Oct 2012
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How do we represent knowledge? representations are all over the place a mental representation. Symbolic representation: the mental image shares some of
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UTSGPSY100H1A.W.DentonFall

PSY100H1 Lecture Notes - Suggestibility, Eyeblink Conditioning, Amygdala

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19 Oct 2012
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UTSGPSY100H1A.W.DentonFall

PSY100H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Radical Environmentalism, Scientific Method, Baby Steps

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23 Sep 2012
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Tuesday, september 13, 2012 introspection was not considered to be necessary. They were just verbal labels giv- en to things that didn"t really exist o
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UTSGPHL373H1Ingrid L.StefanovicWinter

PHL373H Issues in Environmental Philosophy

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9 Jan 2012
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Continental philosophy: british analytic, refers to the thinkers who came to the continent, thinkers from france, germany who reacted to a narrow analy
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UTSGHIS102Y1C.PenningtonSummer

Summer 2011

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22 Jun 2011
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Parliament will decide - 1939 decided to make a limited commitment there was enthusiasm for the war but there was also some hesitation there was a brie
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UTSGHIS103Y1Vasilis DimitriadisSummer

Summer 2011

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16 Jun 2011
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 treaty of westphalia - setting up what a treaty should look like.  make sure that no similar conflict would ever emerge secularization of internatio
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UTSGHIS102Y1C.PenningtonSummer

Summer 2011

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16 Jun 2011
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Canada joined the league of nations but was not enthusiastic for the possibility of war entanglement later due to. Canada did very well for itself at t
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UTSGHIS102Y1C.PenningtonSummer

Summer 2011

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Canadian troops returning from the battle of the somme 1916. Borden always stated that the troops sacrifice and performance forced britain to acknowled
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UTSGHIS102Y1C.PenningtonSummer

Summer 2011

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16 Jun 2011
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1911-1921 period in question is the period of conservative politics in canada. 1914-18 wwi there is no reassurance that wwi was worth it it was a tradi
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UTSGHIS102Y1C.PenningtonSummer

Summer 2011

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16 Jun 2011
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 assumed that foreign policy was a federal matter.  neither level (federal nor colonial) was assigned foreign policy as it was assumed that britain w
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UTSGHIS102Y1C.PenningtonSummer

Summer

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16 Jun 2011
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Lecture 3: birth of a dominion: canada and the world. 1783: the date of the conclusion of the american war. Imp: the british government conceded on the
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UTSGHIS103Y1Vasilis DimitriadisSummer

The birth of IR

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22 May 2011
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Last class: major last picture survival to remain in existence actions to ensure survival: negotiation, diplomacy, last resource war but risky best res
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UTSGHIS102Y1C.PenningtonSummer

May 18 - Lecture 2

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20 May 2011
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Lecture 2: canada and the world to 1812: quebec: neglected fur trade outpost, 1608-1663.  champlain"s alliance w/the huron was created in 1609.  queb
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UTSGHIS103Y1Vasilis DimitriadisSummer

2nd hr - intro lecture

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17 May 2011
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Broad picture of what statecraft and strategy are: How does a state achieve their survival: by adhering its own national interests, by adhering to its
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UTSGHIS103Y1Vasilis DimitriadisSummer

Intro to class - 1st hr

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17 May 2011
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UTSGHIS102Y1C.PenningtonSummer

HIS311Y1 Summer - introduction

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16 May 2011
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Ta: dave gall dave. gall@utoronto. ca we will almost always stay for the full 2 hrs favourite course to teach. Blackboard does not have information up
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UTSGENV222H1Mairi Mac DonaldWinter

study session part 2

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28 Apr 2011
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UTSGENV222H1Mairi Mac DonaldWinter

Study session part 1

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28 Apr 2011
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The lectures corresponded quite closely to the lecture notes (maybe not the readings) thus to prepare for the exam the. Prof. macdonald things that wil
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UTSGENV222H1Mairi Mac DonaldWinter

March 31 part 1

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7 Apr 2011
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UTSGENV222H1Mairi Mac DonaldWinter

population growth

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2 Apr 2011
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Assignment pay attention to analysis to get a good mark. 300 words does not include references (course readers and maybe others). We are asking you to
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UTSGENV222H1Mairi Mac DonaldWinter

Intro to Env Discpln

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1 Apr 2011
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UTSGENV222H1Mairi Mac DonaldWinter

Per Capita consumption

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1 Apr 2011
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Trends in consumption: difficult to get data.  it is not seen as a significant issue in any discipline: population is recognized as a problem, in a nu
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UTSGENV222H1Mairi Mac DonaldWinter

Empirical method lecture

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1 Apr 2011
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UTSGENV222H1Mairi Mac DonaldWinter

Role of Science P1

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1 Apr 2011
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Renewable technology (nuclear: it is a reliable source of electricity unlike the intermmitent solar and wind, mcguinty government: has shifted from coa
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UTSGENV222H1Mairi Mac DonaldWinter

ENV222H1 Lecture Notes - Environment And Climate Change Canada, Nimby

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1 Apr 2011
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Exam - friday april 29, 2011 9-11 am: a moratorium was placed on the construction of wind power due to activist efforts.  february 11 article - the st
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UTSGENV222H1Mairi Mac DonaldWinter

last of capitalism - Anthropocentrism P1

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1 Apr 2011
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Capitalism - con"t: efficiency vs equity - two dominant themes, efficiency: how well we function, equity: a more equitable way to function. The palgrav
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UTSGENV222H1Mairi Mac DonaldWinter

March 1 part 1

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1 Apr 2011
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Aliens in nature: key: the notion of alienation, technical term in psychology and sociology: the notion of separation. Today"s thesis: the notion of po
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UTSGENV222H1Mairi Mac DonaldWinter

March 1 catch up lecture P2

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1 Apr 2011
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Completion of march 1 lecture: there is another view: institutions having to do w/private property, institutions: refers to (in simplest sense) rules,
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UTSGENV222H1Mairi Mac DonaldWinter

March 17 lecture - behind schedule

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31 Mar 2011
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Final paper this is a research paper - based on a certain quantity of research there is a total of six references required (marks taken off for less th
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UTSGENV222H1Mairi Mac DonaldWinter

March 29 - part 1 only

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31 Mar 2011
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Evaluation of efforts in society, state, market and by individuals p. 1. Factors influencing actors before nature demographics such as gender, race, st
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UTSGENV222H1Mairi Mac DonaldWinter

last lecture - catch up part 2

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31 Mar 2011
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 laws established in order to promote consumption of the resource.  they have conflicting objectives of making country richer vs saving the environme
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UTSGENV222H1Mairi Mac DonaldWinter

first part only

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31 Mar 2011
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 what the private sector vs the environmentalist should do.  we need to think of solid waste from the level of extraction to consumption.  we have b
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