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QUEEN'SPOLS 110Jonathan W RoseWinter

POLS 110 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Nationstates, Communitarianism, Harm Principle

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Weber regards the state as an institution claiming a monopoly of the legitimate use of force in enforcing its order within a given territorial area: th
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QUEEN'SPOLS 110Jonathan W RoseWinter

POLS 110 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Huayan, Unicameralism, Parliamentary Immunity

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Legislatures are crucial institutions in any political system, but above all in democracies. They act as checks upon the freedom of manoeuvre of the st
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QUEEN'SPOLS 110Jonathan W RoseWinter

POLS 110 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Communes Of France, Monism, Legal Formalism

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The spread of western conceptions of law around the world is a consequence of the spread of western ideas of the state. Western states arrogated to the
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QUEEN'SPOLS 110Jonathan W RoseWinter

POLS 110 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Ultimate Power, Political Philosophy, Quasi

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QUEEN'SPOLS 110Jonathan W RoseWinter

POLS 110 Lecture Notes - Archos, Untermensch, Thomas Hobbes

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Identifying what we want to understand: international relations (discipline itself, international politics, world politics. International relations: ir
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QUEEN'SPOLS 110Jonathan W RoseWinter

POLS 110 Lecture Notes - Common Law, Thurgood Marshall, Precedent

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Link between popular sovereignty (the idea that supreme political authority derives from the people ) and the power of legislature. Parliamentary supre
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QUEEN'SPOLS 110Jonathan W RoseWinter

POLS 110 Lecture Notes - Overseas Chinese, Vladimir Putin, Guided Democracy

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Legislatures are the means of operationalizing popular sovereignty. Hong kong"s functional constituencies : 35 of 70 members of legislative council (le
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QUEEN'SPOLS 110Jonathan W RoseWinter

POLS 110 Lecture Notes - Section 33 Of The Canadian Charter Of Rights And Freedoms

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Canada: 1982-present: judicial review under the canadian charter of rights and freedoms, also for the purpose of adjudicating the federal arrangement,
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QUEEN'SPOLS 110Jonathan W RoseWinter

POLS 110 Lecture Notes - Extraterritoriality

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Supreme political authority in a given territory is indivisible. Not all claims to sovereignty are respected: extraterritoriality. Designed to prevent
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QUEEN'SPOLS 110Jonathan W RoseWinter

POLS 110 Lecture Notes - Secret Ballot, Corrupt Practices, Gerrymandering

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Not secret ballot (first used in australia) Employers instructed employees on how to vote. Elections in afghanistan: killing of voters. Offer bribes of
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QUEEN'SPOLS 110Jonathan W RoseWinter

POLS 110 Lecture Notes - Jim Crow Laws, Literacy Test

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QUEEN'SPOLS 110Jonathan W RoseWinter

January 14, 2013- What Politics is About.docx

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QUEEN'SPOLS 110Jonathan W RoseWinter

POLS 110 Lecture Notes - Leap Year, Westminster System

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Separates the responsibilities: president proposes, congress disposes: only congress can tax and approve spending, only president can spend money appro
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QUEEN'SPOLS 110Jonathan W RoseWinter

POLS 110 Lecture Notes - Armenian Apostolic Church

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Relocating sovereignty: the people , democracy and the legislature. Key for this relocation is the legislature. Minority: how are they able to put thei
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QUEEN'SPOLS 110Jonathan W RoseWinter

POLS 110 Lecture Notes - Extraterritoriality, World Politics, Jean Bodin

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Europeans rediscovered greco-roman ideas of political authority: believed it was derived from human actions, europeans in the feudal age believed autho
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QUEEN'SPOLS 110Jonathan W RoseWinter

POLS 110 Lecture Notes - Feudalism, Subsistence Economy

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The state is able to perform the universal functions of the state by power (or influence) alone: authority is crucial. Cheap (if people follow the give
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QUEEN'SPOLS 110Jonathan W RoseWinter

POLS 110 Lecture Notes - Geron Corporation, Kleptocracy, Oligarchy

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Convention- all party members: recently being abandoned. Emerging consensus: omov: one party member, one vote, expands selectorate. Relocating sovereig
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QUEEN'SPOLS 110Jonathan W RoseWinter

POLS 110 Lecture Notes - Ruling Class

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QUEEN'SPOLS 110Jonathan W RoseWinter

January 10, 2013- Thinking about Politics.docx

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The monadic definition: focusing on one primary element as the most important for understanding a phenomenon. Politics is what keeps the world moving.
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QUEEN'SPOLS 110Jonathan W RoseWinter

POLS 110 Lecture Notes - Ruling Class

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QUEEN'SPOLS 110Jonathan W RoseWinter

January 7, 2013- Introduction to Politics.docx

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QUEEN'SPOLS 110Jonathan W RoseWinter

POLS 110 Lecture Notes - Entrust, Bicameralism

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Cabinet in parliament fuses supreme political authority. Uk model adopted by colonies, but with adaptions. Federal systems like canada and australia ha
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QUEEN'SPOLS 110Jonathan W RoseWinter

POLS 110 Lecture Notes - Short Parliament, Roundhead, English Civil War

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Evolution of separating the functions; institutionalizing them into branches . Dividing supreme political authority among these institutions: contrast
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QUEEN'SPOLS 110Jonathan W RoseWinter

POLS 110 Lecture Notes - Thomas Hobbes

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It is not hobbesian because when you have individuals who are free you are going to get a state of war; seen in nature. The anarchical setting of world
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QUEEN'SPOLS 110Jonathan W RoseWinter

February 4, 2013- Assumptions of Federalism.docx

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Each level is autonomous i. e. immune from elimination: federal government can"t eliminate the government of ontario. Supreme political authority divid
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QUEEN'SPOLS 110Jonathan W RoseWinter

POLS 110 Lecture Notes - Unanimous Consent

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Monarchy, composition of supreme court, amending formula: unanimous consent. National matters 7/50 rule : protects large and small. Matters that affect
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QUEEN'SPOLS 110Jonathan W RoseWinter

POLS 110 Lecture Notes - Primogeniture, Corporation Sole

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Bill of rights 1689: limits monarchy, accepted by william, parliament can speak freely. English/british parliamentary system: origins of the structure
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QUEEN'SPOLS 110Jonathan W RoseWinter

POLS 110 Lecture Notes - Global Governance

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Politics at the global level also is a struggle for: community, order and predictability rules, peace and conflict management, managing the global econ
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QUEEN'SCLST 101Christina ZaccagninoWinter

March 25, 2013- Literacy, Literature and Power.docx

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A large part of the population as able to read and write. There was great interest in having libraries, and in 39 bce asinius pollio set up the first p
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QUEEN'SCLST 101Christina ZaccagninoWinter

CLST 101 Lecture Notes - Favorinus, Neoteric, Lesbia

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Imitatio imitation: less talents writers imitated the works of authors, and it was a sign of a lazy mentality, however good authors could also be inspi
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QUEEN'SCLST 101Christina ZaccagninoWinter

CLST 101 Lecture Notes - Sessa Aurunca, Second Sophistic, Samosata

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QUEEN'SCLST 101Christina ZaccagninoWinter

CLST 101 Lecture Notes - Otium, Impluvium, Oecus

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The first man to divorce was carvilius ruga in 230 bce. A woman could divorce at will: this was less frequent for a lot of social reasons, generally th
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QUEEN'SCLST 101Christina ZaccagninoWinter

CLST 101 Lecture Notes - Bona Dea, Cattle, Pietas

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Cicero, on the laws (based on plato"s the laws) They were 6 chosen before the oneset of puberty. They lived for 30 years in celibacy tending the sacred
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QUEEN'SCLST 101Christina ZaccagninoWinter

CLST 101 Lecture Notes - Market (Place), Roman Calendar, Garum

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Paterfamilias head of the household: had to take care of the estates, property, and keep the family property. Fides credit-worthiness: needed to own a
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QUEEN'SCLST 101Christina ZaccagninoWinter

CLST 101 Lecture Notes - Panaetius, Epicureanism, Panegyric

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Jerusalem"s religious ceremonies opposed any religious that was not monotheistic, and the jews did not want to worship the emperor, as after death, emp
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QUEEN'SCLST 101Christina ZaccagninoWinter

CLST 101 Lecture Notes - Roman Citizenship, Great Disappointment, Cursus Honorum

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Nobilis noble: families who had a history of being in office. Novus homo (pl. novi homines) new man: people who had just received roman citizenship. Wh
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QUEEN'SCLST 101Christina ZaccagninoWinter

CLST 101 Lecture Notes - Veii, Tanit, Aventine Triad

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Not only romans moved from place to place, but also gods and goddesses. There were mobile deities, and rome was populated by many different people with
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QUEEN'SCLST 101Christina ZaccagninoWinter

CLST 101 Lecture Notes - Ager Publicus, Tiber, Hispania Baetica

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Constantine (306-337 ad), the first roman emperor to proclaim himself a. Christian: this is when the first churches in rome appeared, the most famous c
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QUEEN'SCLST 101Christina ZaccagninoWinter

CLST 101 Lecture Notes - Senatus Consultum, Paymaster, Capitoline Hill

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According to the tradition this body was established by romulus. Very important during the republic period, but during the empire period had lower impo
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QUEEN'SCLST 101Christina ZaccagninoWinter

CLST 101 Lecture Notes - Tribune, Legatus, Principes

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Legions made of 4000 to 5000 infantrymen and 300 cavalrymen each. The allies supplied legions made of 4000 to 5000 infantrymen and 900 cavalry each. Ea
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