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UTSGPOL101Y1Jeffrey KopsteinFall

Post Nationalism

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12 Mar 2011
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Contact among different people produce tolerance and prejudice amongst workers: assimilation fundamentally liberal, no matter what you are, you can be
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UTSGPOL101Y1Jeffrey KopsteinFall

Democracy Chinese Characteristics

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12 Mar 2011
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China in the modern era: end of qing dynasty, republic revolution, sun-yet-sen three principles of people *nation, democracy, welfare, population crisi
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UTSGPOL101Y1Jeffrey KopsteinFall

Communism and Facism

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12 Mar 2011
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UTSGPOL101Y1Jeffrey KopsteinFall

Rise of West

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12 Mar 2011
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The rise of the west and marxism: modernization started in northwest t riangle of europe. Twin revolutions (16th -19th: agriculture and industrial revo
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UTSGPOL101Y1Jeffrey KopsteinFall

Democratic Institutions

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12 Mar 2011
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Democracy: a method for choosing leaders, universal franchise, secret ballot, majoritarianism, emerge out of predemocratic context, poor countries can
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UTSGPOL101Y1Jeffrey KopsteinFall

Problems with Democracy

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12 Mar 2011
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Democracy and equity: rules of the game laws, ethics, managing diversity. Institutionalized uncertainty we never know the outcomes of the next election
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UTSGPOL101Y1Jeffrey KopsteinFall

Constant and The Rise of Liberalism

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12 Mar 2011
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Benjamin constant: fervent liberal, context: french revolution and its aftermath, question: how should free people govern themselves. *most important t
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UTSGPOL101Y1Jeffrey KopsteinFall

On The Nature of Politics

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12 Mar 2011
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Big themes of class: democracy, dictatorship, war, peace. History of human conscienceness history of the way we think: history of philosophy, war clash
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UTSGPOL101Y1Jeffrey KopsteinWinter

NATIONALISM LECTURE

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12 Mar 2011
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Definition of nationalism: the ideology attached to a specific nation. However, we find that the reverse is actually t rue: nationalism leads to the cr
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UTSGPOL101Y1Jeffrey KopsteinWinter

GENOCIDE LECTURE

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12 Mar 2011
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3 levels of criminal activity: genocide (most serious), crimes against humanity. Nuremberg; in response to first systematic intent and murder of mass s
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