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UTSGPOL359Y1Robert AustinFall

POL359Y1 Lecture Notes - Authoritarianism, Balkan Wars, German Question

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26 Sep 2013
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Europe is more than just europe, it"s a sum of a huge number of parts. The generation which won the war does not run the show anymore e. The biggest da
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UTSGPOL337Y1Vuk RadmilovicFall

POL337Y1 Lecture Notes - Judicial Activism, Originalism, Statutory Interpretation

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26 Sep 2013
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Lib democracy has two key req: formal set of institutions, social values. Judicial review: form of govt where 1) a set of civil liberties are written i
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UTSGPOL337Y1Vuk RadmilovicFall

POL337Y1 Lecture Notes - Parliamentary Sovereignty, Liberal Democracy, Defensively Equipped Merchant Ship

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26 Sep 2013
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Politics who gets what, when and how in the world of limited resources (scarcity) Limited resources any resource that is not in infinite abundance is a
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UTSGPOL340Y1Ross Michael PinkSummer

POL340Y1 Lecture Notes - International Covenant On Civil And Political Rights, Thai Baht, Prepress

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24 Jun 2013
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There are two cases where the international comm criticized canada. P 293 the protection of minority rights. Minorities, by virtue of their name, on pe
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UTSGPOL340Y1Ross Michael PinkSummer

POL340Y1 Lecture Notes - Positive Law, Street Children, Convention On The Rights Of The Child

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24 Jun 2013
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How you enforce the law on the ground. Unless the law is enforced its weak and incomplete. Law precision of the law & the other side enforcement capaci
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UTSGPOL340Y1Ross Michael PinkSummer

POL340Y1 Lecture Notes - Humanitarian Intervention

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24 Jun 2013
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UTSGPOL340Y1Ross Michael PinkSummer

The Law of the Sea

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24 Jun 2013
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The law of the sea; the right of passage; marine piracy; case study: the united. States, iran and the strait of hormuz; text reading: chapter 11. The l
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UTSGPOL340Y1Ross Michael PinkSummer

POL340Y1 Lecture Notes - United Nations Convention On The Law Of The Sea

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24 Jun 2013
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Only about 1% of world water is drinkable. Growing global population (currently 7 billion, in the year 2050 9 bil) Where are we going to get the additi
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UTSGPOL340Y1Ross Michael PinkSummer

POL340Y1 Lecture Notes - Warsaw Pact, Industrial Policy, Solitary Confinement

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30 May 2013
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Slow evolution of international law > evolutionary process. The starting point is the treaty of westphalia. Prisoner kept out of solitary confinement b
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UTSGPOL340Y1Ross Michael PinkSummer

POL340Y1 Lecture Notes - Convention Relating To The Status Of Refugees, System On A Chip, Peacekeeping

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18 May 2013
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Il w/o enforcement capacity extremely weak, almost irrelevant. Major powers have to support it, economic sanctions. Consent this is absolutely essentia
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UTSGPOL340Y1Ross Michael PinkSummer

POL340Y1 Lecture Notes - Hans Morgenthau, The Spirit Of The Laws, Human Security

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15 May 2013
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UTSGPOL101Y1Seth JaffeWinter

POL101Y1 Lecture Notes - People Matters, Thomas Hobbes, Defensively Equipped Merchant Ship

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7 May 2013
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Definitive ones: 1) republican right; 2) international right; 3) cosmopolitan right. First supplement, nature"s guarantee: angels, devils, and institut
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UTSGPOL101Y1Seth JaffeWinter

POL101Y1 Lecture Notes - Schizophrenia, Liberal Democracy, Defensively Equipped Merchant Ship

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7 May 2013
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Realists states are like units and they exist in anarchy. By virtue of being in this state they will behave in a specific way, they will be suspicious
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UTSGPOL101Y1Seth JaffeWinter

RAWLS “THE LAW OF THE PEOPLES” LECTURE 1

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7 May 2013
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The law of peoples: 8 principles (page 37) The original position is rawls social contract, he beings with this. Moral and practical foreign policy for
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UTSGPOL101Y1Seth JaffeWinter

POL101Y1 Lecture Notes - Common Good, System On A Chip

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7 May 2013
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Rawls the law of the peoples lecture 2. Two original positions reprise: a law of peoples (page 37) Basic answer to human rights + decent consultation h
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UTSGPOL101Y1Seth JaffeWinter

POL101Y1 Lecture Notes - Well-Order

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7 May 2013
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Lecture on rawls, outlaw states: non-ideal theory, outlaw states just war theory, role of the statesman, burdened societies, pol culture & the duty to
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UTSGPOL320Y1Simone ChambersWinter

POL320Y1 Lecture Notes - Metanarrative, Existentialism, System On A Chip

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29 Mar 2013
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Genealogy - the true genesis of morality and christianity: what is a genealogy, slave morality and herd morality, master morality, grand master, task m
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UTSGPOL320Y1Simone ChambersFall

POL320Y1 Lecture Notes - Bourgeoisie, Standing Army, Mary Wollstonecraft

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28 Nov 2012
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Canon: big philosophers of western philosophy: the canon as misogynist. Explicit statements which modern people find problematic about women. Highlight
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UTSGPOL320Y1Simone ChambersFall

POL320Y1 Lecture Notes - Egocentrism, Human Nature, Know Thyself

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28 Nov 2012
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Authenticity has been threatened, perhaps by progress. Romantic theme of the d on ineq. Reason tells us that we are fundamentally free and that consent
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UTSGPOL320Y1Simone ChambersFall

POL320Y1 Lecture Notes - Practical Reason, Misanthropy, Thought Experiment

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28 Nov 2012
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The pitch: a warm and fuzzy kant. Preface: why moral phil and not political phil. Moral phil has the most influence in contemporary political phil. A w
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UTSGPOL320Y1Simone ChambersFall

POL320Y1 Lecture Notes - Liberal Democracy, Cosmopolitanism, Middle Ages

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28 Nov 2012
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Reason: criticized the enlightenment view of reason, holistic view of the man, language natural language, reason through it, those languages structure
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UTSGPOL203Y1Ryan HurlWinter

Parties and Elections

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28 Jan 2012
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The relationship between the state and the economy. Political economy: how politics intervenes into the economy. The future of american capitalism will
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UTSGPSY100H1Michael InzlichtWinter

Chapter 6

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16 Feb 2011
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Learning is a relatively enduring change in behaviour that results from experience: when an organism benefits from an experience, so that the future be
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UTSGPSY100H1Michael InzlichtWinter

PSY100H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Stereopsis, Binocular Disparity, Moon Illusion

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16 Feb 2011
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Sensation refers to how the sense organs respond to the external stimuli and transmit those responses to the brain. Perception refers to the processing
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UTSGPSY100H1Michael InzlichtWinter

PSY100H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Parietal Lobe, Lobotomy, Orbitofrontal Cortex

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16 Feb 2011
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Phrenology an early method of assessing personality traits and mental abilities by measuring bumps on the skull. Broca"s area the left frontal region o
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UTSGPSY100H1Michael InzlichtWinter

PSY100H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Estrous Cycle, Extracellular Fluid, Rna Interference

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16 Feb 2011
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Major event in the biological revolution was the human genome project: mapped the entire structure of human genetic material. Within nearly every cell,
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UTSGPSY100H1Michael InzlichtWinter

PSY100H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Relative Risk, Psychopathology, Stopwatch

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16 Feb 2011
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People form opinions and explanations as to why some act the way the do, many of those explanations are false. Critical thinking is a systemized scruti
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UTSGPSY100H1Michael InzlichtWinter

Chapter 1

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16 Feb 2011
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Emotion: has a physical sensation(rapid heartbeat) and a subjective feeling(feeling scared) Evolution of emotion: general arousal( when the brain reali
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UTSGHIS109Y1Kenneth BartlettWinter

Napoleon

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16 Feb 2011
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Before the revolution everyone in the military had to be an aristocrat  all the military left france, joined the other side. French army was left with
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UTSGHIS109Y1Kenneth BartlettWinter

Congress of Vienna

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16 Feb 2011
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Restoration and renewal - the congress of vienna. Career of napoleon changed the face of europe  physical territories in europe and ideas and administ
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UTSGHIS109Y1Kenneth BartlettWinter

Industrial Revolution I

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16 Feb 2011
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The political revolutions have been taking place in europe. But this revolution is based on the demand, no political slogans. There is debate whether 1
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UTSGHIS109Y1Kenneth BartlettWinter

Industrial Revolution II

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16 Feb 2011
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Effects of the industrial revolution in the 19th century. By the late 1860s  england was completely industrialized as a state: produced more things th
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UTSGHIS109Y1Kenneth BartlettWinter

Capitalism

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16 Feb 2011
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The role of capitalism and the role of industrialization within different groups of society. Industrialization created new classes and large amounts of
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UTSGHIS109Y1Kenneth BartlettWinter

Liberalism

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16 Feb 2011
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 women and men must be protected and must know that law applies to everyone equally.  to be free we must be willing to accept restraint.  economic l
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UTSGHIS109Y1Kenneth BartlettWinter

Nationalism

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16 Feb 2011
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Ideas that some nations are better than others. Fictional unification of italy by napoleon and then poland. Growth of national sense of determination w
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UTSGHIS109Y1Kenneth BartlettWinter

Darwinism

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16 Feb 2011
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Development of working class movement, unionism, etc. Political movements that challenge the basic position of the middle class. Targeted the comfortab
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UTSGHIS109Y1Kenneth BartlettWinter

Socialism and Utopianism

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16 Feb 2011
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Elements that help defined the european civilization: radicals. Dominant movements: intellectual heritage of the enlighten movement and the consequence
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UTSGSOC102H1TeppermannWinter

SOC102H1 Chapter Notes -Homicide, Symbolic Interactionism, Human Capital

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16 Feb 2011
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Sex is a universal and ancient basis for social differentiation. All societies divide work and status along gender lines. The biological realities of t
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UTSGSOC102H1TeppermannWinter

Race & Ethnicity

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16 Feb 2011
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Social problems: chapter 3: race and ethnic relations. People view racial prejudice as unfair, tend to look for remedies. Since it is unfair, it create
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UTSGSOC102H1TeppermannWinter

SOC102H1 Chapter Notes -Poverty Threshold, Social Integration, Social Exclusion

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16 Feb 2011
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