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DUKEPOLSCI 318Michelle WhymanFall

POLSCI 318 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - President Of The United States, United States Congress, United States Senate

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Aristotle and polybius: polybius was a greek prisoner in rome. Believed that there should be a separation of the powers of governance in a way that ena
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DUKEPHIL 212Max BeningerFall

PHIL 212 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Thought Experiment, Structural Functionalism, Qualia

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20 Nov 2018
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Philosophy of mind 8. 29. 17 lecture notes cartesian dualism. Problem of mental representation: how can my thoughts represent (be about) objects. Physi
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DUKEPHIL 202Bryce GessellSummer

PHIL 202 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - René Descartes, God, Physics

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20 Nov 2018
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Philosophy in the 17th century had a much broader meaning than it does now. Included the physical and biological sciences (the natural philosophies) an
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DUKEPOLSCI 242Joel SievertFall

POLSCI 242 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - United States Constitution, President Of The United States, United States Senate

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20 Nov 2018
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First few presidential elections helped shape the rules of the game. Day of federal election: first tuesday after the first monday in november. 9 amend
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DUKEENVIRON 102Joel MeyerSpring

ENVIRON 102 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Carbon Dioxide, Ecosystem, Climate Change

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20 Nov 2018
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Chapel (cid:498)hill(cid:499), (cid:498)hills(cid:499)borough = different type of rock. Fossils: earth compared to other planets: Solar system formed a
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DUKEPHIL 270Jonathan AnomalySpring

PHIL 270 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Pareto Efficiency, Baltimore Stars, Altruism

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DUKEPHIL 203Bryce GessellFall

PHIL 203 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Ancient Philosophy, Soul, Plato

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20 Nov 2018
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What is philosophy: philosophy is the study of various types of knowledge. The goal of philosophy is both epistemic and functional. Normative questions
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DUKEPOLSCI 331Jonathan AnomalyFall

POLSCI 331 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Baltimore Stars, Utilitarianism, Invisible Hand

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20 Nov 2018
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No matter what b does, snitching is a"s best choice. A will either get 5 or (cid:883)(cid:882) years if b snitches, or he will. Prisoner a silence be f
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DUKEPHIL 270Jonathan AnomalySpring

PHIL 270 Study Guide - Spring 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Pareto Efficiency, Baltimore Stars, Altruism

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DUKEPHIL 202Bryce GessellSummer

PHIL 202 Study Guide - Summer 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - René Descartes, God, Physics

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12 Oct 2018
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Philosophy in the 17th century had a much broader meaning than it does now. Included the physical and biological sciences (the natural philosophies) an
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DUKEENVIRON 102Joel MeyerSpring

ENVIRON 102 Study Guide - Spring 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Carbon Dioxide, Ecosystem, Climate Change

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12 Oct 2018
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Chapel (cid:498)hill(cid:499), (cid:498)hills(cid:499)borough = different type of rock. Fossils: earth compared to other planets: Solar system formed a
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DUKEPOLSCI 240Christopher JohnstonFall

POLSCI 240 Study Guide - Fall 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Voter Turnout, Socioeconomic Status, Social Network

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12 Oct 2018
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DUKEPHIL 212Max BeningerFall

PHIL 212 Study Guide - Fall 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Thought Experiment, Structural Functionalism, Qualia

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12 Oct 2018
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Philosophy of mind 8. 29. 17 lecture notes cartesian dualism. Problem of mental representation: how can my thoughts represent (be about) objects. Physi
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DUKEPHIL 203Bryce GessellFall

PHIL 203 Study Guide - Fall 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Ancient Philosophy, Soul, Plato

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12 Oct 2018
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What is philosophy: philosophy is the study of various types of knowledge. The goal of philosophy is both epistemic and functional. Normative questions
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DUKEPOLSCI 318Michelle WhymanFall

POLSCI 318 Study Guide - Fall 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - President Of The United States, United States Congress, United States Senate

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12 Oct 2018
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Aristotle and polybius: polybius was a greek prisoner in rome. Believed that there should be a separation of the powers of governance in a way that ena
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DUKEPOLSCI 242Joel SievertFall

POLSCI 242 Study Guide - Fall 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - United States Constitution, President Of The United States, United States Senate

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12 Oct 2018
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First few presidential elections helped shape the rules of the game. Day of federal election: first tuesday after the first monday in november. 9 amend
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DUKEEOS 101Emily KleinFall

EOS 101 Study Guide - Fall 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes -

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DUKEPOLSCI 331Jonathan AnomalyFall

POLSCI 331 Study Guide - Fall 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Baltimore Stars, Utilitarianism, Invisible Hand

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12 Oct 2018
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No matter what b does, snitching is a"s best choice. A will either get 5 or (cid:883)(cid:882) years if b snitches, or he will. Prisoner a silence be f
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DUKEHISTORY 89SJohn HustonFall

HISTORY 89S Chapter Notes - Chapter All: Second Party System, Free Soil Party, Thurlow Weed

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17 May 2018
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Second party system party system from 1828 to 1854 (jacksonian era) Rising levels of voter interest and party loyalty because of close elections. Major
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DUKEHISTORY 89SJohn HustonFall

HISTORY 89S Chapter Notes - Chapter All: John J. Beckley, Whiskey Rebellion, Jay Treaty

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17 May 2018
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Wikipedia: federalist party system persisted inevitably relations with britain (jay treaty) Early 1790s to 1816, was in control until 1801: national ba
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DUKEHISTORY 89SJohn HustonFall

HISTORY 89S Chapter Notes - Chapter All: Crispus Attucks, Edenton Tea Party, Continental Army

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Women in the american revolution (cid:523)beginning through section on (cid:498)political activism(cid:499)(cid:524) Politics was woven into ordinary d
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DUKEHISTORY 89SJohn HustonFall

HISTORY 89S Chapter Notes - Chapter All: Boston Port Act, Stamp Act Congress, Massachusetts Government Act

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1765-1783: american colonies rejected the british monarchy and aristocracy, resulting in the. Rejected british tax on them: protests included the bosto
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DUKEHISTORY 89SJohn HustonFall

HISTORY 89S Chapter Notes - Chapter All: Nonintercourse Act, Five Civilized Tribes, Indian Removal Act

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17 May 2018
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1787: northwest ordinance called for protection of indian rights. (cid:883)(cid:889)(cid:891)(cid:882): )ndian nonintercourse act codified )ndians" lan
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DUKEPOLSCI 329SLaia BalcellsFall

POLSCI 329S Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Radicalization

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17 May 2018
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9. 27. 16 lecture notes social movements and political violence. Violence and mass mobilization were complements and substitutes: happen at the same ti
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DUKEPOLSCI 329SLaia BalcellsFall

POLSCI 329S Lecture 11: VIOLENCE 10.04 (L) Terrorism

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DUKEPOLSCI 329SLaia BalcellsFall

POLSCI 329S Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Group Dynamics

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DUKEPOLSCI 329SLaia BalcellsFall

POLSCI 329S Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Red Brigades, Radicalization, Stasi

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Organizational approach to the study of radicalization-political violence. 2 opposite forces: institutionalization (the legal left, terrorism (the radi
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DUKEPOLSCI 329SLaia BalcellsFall

POLSCI 329S Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: North American Free Trade Agreement, Neoliberalism

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DUKEPOLSCI 329SLaia BalcellsFall

POLSCI 329S Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Autocracy, Median Voter Theorem, Collective Action

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17 May 2018
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Civil war and guerilla warfare/dictatorship, democracy, and development. The future of the state in africa: state formation in pre-colonial africa was
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DUKEPOLSCI 329SLaia BalcellsFall

POLSCI 329S Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Political Geography, Nationstates

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9. 13. 16 lecture notes state formation in africa. The number of states sharply increased in the 1960s. Bigger empires disappear and smaller states ari
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DUKEPOLSCI 329SLaia BalcellsFall

POLSCI 329S Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Westfalia, Non-Interventionism

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Key aspects of these communities military conquest and preparation for war. Tilly presents a somewhat darwinist theory of states: the state was the for
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DUKEPOLSCI 329SLaia BalcellsFall

POLSCI 329S Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: 2005 Andijan Unrest, Bogotazo, Inverse Relation

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DUKEPOLSCI 318Michelle WhymanFall

POLSCI 318 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: September 11 Attacks, Patient Protection And Affordable Care Act, Peace Corps

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DUKEPOLSCI 318Michelle WhymanFall

POLSCI 318 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Tammy Baldwin, Franking, Expansionism

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17 May 2018
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9. 21. 16 reading notes: congress and its members (ch 5: being there: hill styles and home styles) Members of congress are typically very wealthy, educ
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DUKEPOLSCI 318Michelle WhymanFall

POLSCI 318 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Presidential Succession Act, Dennis Hastert, Nancy Pelosi

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DUKEPOLSCI 318Michelle WhymanFall

POLSCI 318 Chapter Notes - Chapter All: Nepotism, Discharge Petition, Parallel Computing

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11 May 2018
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The institutionalization of the us house of representatives by nelson w. polsby (1968) A political system must be institutionalized to carry out functi
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DUKEPOLSCI 318Michelle WhymanFall

POLSCI 318 Chapter 4: C&P 9.14 (R) DOLS Chapter 4

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11 May 2018
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Asking the right questions of campaign = campaign strategy. 9. 14. 16 reading notes: congress and its members (ch 4 making it: the electoral game) Cons
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DUKEPOLSCI 318Michelle WhymanFall

POLSCI 318 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Equal Protection Clause, Voting Rights Act Of 1965, Strict Scrutiny

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11 May 2018
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9. 14. 16 reading notes: congress and its members (ch 3 going for it: recruitment and candidacy) Age: 25 for house, 30 for senate. Citizenship: 7 years
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DUKEPOLSCI 318Michelle WhymanFall

POLSCI 318 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Patient Protection And Affordable Care Act, First Continental Congress, Quorum Call

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11 May 2018
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Congress and its members: chapter 2 evolution of modern congress. Constitution requires a majority of senators (51) for a quorum; quorum call determine
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DUKEPOLSCI 329SLaia BalcellsFall

POLSCI 329S Chapter Notes - Chapter All: Collective Action, Social Forces, Social Status

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11 May 2018
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