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YORKPOLS 2940Sandra WithworthFall

POLS 2940 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Homo Economicus, Economic Liberalism, Arms Control

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15 Apr 2013
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Not about what the world looks like but about what is possible in the world. Emphasizes international law, morality and international organization rath
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YORKPOLS 1000Martin BreaughWinter

POLS 1000 Lecture Notes - Walmart, Bourgeoisie, The Symbolic

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15 Apr 2013
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Understand nothing about human rights if we don"t ask who are the bearers of human rights. According to those who thought of human rights the first tim
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YORKPOLS 1000Martin BreaughWinter

POLS 1000 Lecture Notes - For Marx, On The Jewish Question, Second Vatican Council

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15 Apr 2013
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Can"t look to liberty to understand the social bond, but must look towards equality. Paradox - quantitative inequalities are growing (economic equaliti
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YORKPOLS 1000Martin BreaughWinter

POLS 1000 Lecture Notes - Montesquieu, Erectile Dysfunction, Class Conflict

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15 Apr 2013
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Manent will argue that equality is the cement that holds contemporary societies together. Modern democracy can be defined by organization of separation
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YORKPOLS 1000Martin BreaughWinter

POLS 1000 Lecture Notes - Erectile Dysfunction, Montesquieu

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15 Apr 2013
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Max weber is a socialist: can choose to govern his private life. The fact-value distinction will have extremely important consequences for the practica
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YORKPOLS 1000Martin BreaughWinter

POLS 1000 Lecture Notes - Ibm Officevision, System On A Chip, Value Pluralism

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15 Apr 2013
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Socialism will argue that because freedom and equality and equality are inscribed in nature it must be the instrument and end of nature. Liberty and eq
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YORKPOLS 1000Martin BreaughWinter

POLS 1000 Lecture Notes - Class Conflict, Human Nature, System On A Chip

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15 Apr 2013
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Society must mirror the structure of the universe or the universal order of things. This order is the product of a divine being or god: will give meani
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YORKPOLS 1000Martin BreaughWinter

POLS 1000 Lecture Notes - The Good Life, Social Forces, The Human Experience

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15 Apr 2013
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Establishment of liberalism will modify the social landscape in europe: manufacturing / industrialization, urbanization. This will cause two new social
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YORKPOLS 1000Martin BreaughWinter

POLS 1000 Lecture Notes - Human Nature, Working Poor, Bourgeoisie

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15 Apr 2013
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YORKPOLS 1000Martin BreaughWinter

POLS 1000 Lecture Notes - Bourgeoisie, Middle Ages, Humanitarianism

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15 Apr 2013
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Ideologies will offer meaning and identity in a world that has no meaning. Ideologies seem inescapable for modern secular societies (societies not orga
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YORKSOSC 1000Terry ConlinWinter

SOSC 1000 Study Guide - Final Guide: Family Values, Rape Culture, Nuclear Family

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11 Apr 2013
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Thesis: family values have changed during the past three decades in terms of equal rights for women in the workforce, however, our society still has a
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YORKEN 2220Lily ChoFall

EN 2220 Lecture Notes - Catharine Parr Traill

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15 Dec 2012
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YORKEN 2220Lily ChoFall

EN 2220 Lecture Notes - Pluperfect, Canadian Literature

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15 Dec 2012
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For cartier, the notion of discovery was important to how we look at exploration narratives. The idea of canada as a vast and empty land is a trop that
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YORKPOLS 1000Martin BreaughWinter

POLS 1000 Lecture Notes - The German Ideology, Class Conflict, Heredity

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21 Nov 2012
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Ideology - idea ; logos = science: de tracy, 1795, napoleon will attack ideology and a negative connotation will be associated with it. The german ideo
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YORKPOLS 1000Martin BreaughWinter

POLS 1000 Lecture Notes - The German Ideology, Medieval Philosophy, Christian Philosophy

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21 Nov 2012
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Social force that expands during the renaissance; rise of merchant class. The outlook of rising merchant class will be practical. Will purpose a new et
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