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UC-IRVINECRM/LAW C10William ThompsonSpring

CRM/LAW C10 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Patient Protection And Affordable Care Act, First Amendment To The United States Constitution, Christian Fundamentalism

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31 May 2016
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Kim davis, a county clerk in kentucky, refused to issue marriage licenses to gay couples, on grounds that it was in violation of her religious faith. L
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UC-IRVINEPHILOS 2Karl SchaferSpring

PHILOS 2 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Consequentialism, Vise, Deontological Ethics

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26 May 2016
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To say an action is permissible is to say that one may do it. To say that some action is obligatory is to say that one must do it- wrong not to. To say
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UC-IRVINECRM/LAW C10William ThompsonSpring

CRM/LAW C10 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Interracial Marriage, Virginia Gay, Vaughn Walker

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26 May 2016
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UC-IRVINECRM/LAW C106Michael GottfredsonSpring

CRM/LAW C106 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: School Violence, Self-Control, Homicide

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24 May 2016
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UC-IRVINEPHILOS 2Karl SchaferSpring

PHILOS 2 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Lottery Paradox, Deductive Reasoning, Fallibilism

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24 May 2016
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The lottery paradox poses a problem for rational (justified) belief and it depends on two principles- shows that two plausible principles lead to a con
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UC-IRVINECRM/LAW C10William ThompsonSpring

CRM/LAW C10 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Fifth Amendment To The United States Constitution, Fourth Amendment To The United States Constitution, First Amendment To The United States Constitution

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24 May 2016
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UC-IRVINECRM/LAW C106Michael GottfredsonSpring

CRM/LAW C106 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Stereotype, Wedding Cake, Informa

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24 May 2016
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Guest speaker discussing contact with the police and policy implication. Focus: how stereotyping and bias can affect policing outcomes. Stereotyping- t
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UC-IRVINEPHILOS 2Karl SchaferSpring

PHILOS 2 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Determinism, Neuroscience, Fatalism

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22 May 2016
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Free will- the idea that agents sometimes act and choose freely. If subject s has the option of choosing something other than a then subject s has free
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UC-IRVINEPHILOS 2Karl SchaferSpring

PHILOS 2 Lecture 14: Lecture 14

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19 May 2016
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The verb to confirm is used in two ways. Absolute confirmation- to definitely prove something, established beyond reasonable doubt. Incremental confirm
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UC-IRVINECRM/LAW C10William ThompsonSpring

CRM/LAW C10 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Coverture, Alice Paul, Equal Rights Amendment

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19 May 2016
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Under current california law, the university of california: Can give preference to applicants from economically disadvantaged backgrounds. Husband cont
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UC-IRVINEPHILOS 2Karl SchaferSpring

PHILOS 2 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Grandfather Paradox

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18 May 2016
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If space is continuous them between any two points in the space there"s a third if space is discrete than their links that are not divisible. Zeno"s pa
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UC-IRVINEPHILOS 2Karl SchaferSpring

PHILOS 2 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Soundness

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18 May 2016
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An argument is a series of statements where the last statement follows or is supported by the initial statements. Inductive-premises support the truth
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UC-IRVINECRM/LAW C106Michael GottfredsonSpring

CRM/LAW C106 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Model Penal Code, Actus Reus, Mens Rea

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17 May 2016
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A criminal act requires mental element and condition of the act (described as against the law) itself- combination of these two makes the crime. Always
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UC-IRVINECRM/LAW C10William ThompsonSpring

CRM/LAW C10 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Strict Scrutiny, Fourteenth Amendment To The United States Constitution, Little Rock Central High School

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17 May 2016
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Language of the const is subject to differing interpretations and can vary over time. Major arguments bell reports has to do with economics- nation"s e
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UC-IRVINEPHILOS 2Karl SchaferSpring

PHILOS 2 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Time Series, Indexicality

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12 May 2016
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Lecture 4 proof of the unreality of time. Idealism consisted largely in the claim that we usually take to be central features of reality are merely ide
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UC-IRVINECRM/LAW C106Michael GottfredsonSpring

CRM/LAW C106 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Insanity Defense

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12 May 2016
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UC-IRVINECRM/LAW C10William ThompsonSpring

CRM/LAW C10 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Indentured Servant, Fourteenth Amendment To The United States Constitution, Equal Protection Clause

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12 May 2016
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How the law changes: legal mechanisms- change in legislation, constitutional interpretation, case law, administrative law. Why it changes: how social,
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UC-IRVINECRM/LAW C10William ThompsonSpring

CRM/LAW C10 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Perjury, Adversarial System

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11 May 2016
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Federal- assistant united states attorneys- hired by us attorneys (who are appointed by president with advice and consent of congress) State - deputy d
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UC-IRVINECRM/LAW C10William ThompsonSpring

CRM/LAW C10 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Civil Procedure Rules

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11 May 2016
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Jurisdiction: (what court has the authority to decide a case) Venue: which court can you sue in- which small claims/which federal court. Pleading: file
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UC-IRVINEPHILOS 2Karl SchaferSpring

PHILOS 2 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: A Priori And A Posteriori

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11 May 2016
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A paradox appears to be a sound argument with a false conclusion. A paradox is problematic because it seems to be an example of an impossible argument.
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UC-IRVINEPHILOS 2Karl SchaferSpring

PHILOS 2 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Logical Consequence, Soundness, Genetic Fallacy

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10 May 2016
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: an apparently unacceptable conclusion derived by and apparently acceptable reasoning from apparently acceptable premises. Has 3 features- the premise
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UC-IRVINECRM/LAW C106Michael GottfredsonSpring

CRM/LAW C106 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Reaction Rate Constant, Mass Incarceration

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10 May 2016
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Deterrence- most likely not a big impact; more for certainty than severity. Incapacitation- not much effect- not useful because age effect works agains
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UC-IRVINEPHILOS 2Karl SchaferSpring

PHILOS 2 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Wound Healing, First Principle, Proto-Language

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10 May 2016
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Language seems to structure both our thoughts and how we express those thoughts in speech of writing. Public language: the sort of language we use in o
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UC-IRVINECRM/LAW C106Michael GottfredsonSpring

CRM/LAW C106 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Motor Vehicle Theft, Reasonable Suspicion, Homicide

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9 May 2016
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Describe the age effect and its implications for crime policy. Age plays a huge factor in the distribution of crime. In all instances crime rapidly inc
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UC-IRVINECRM/LAW C106Michael GottfredsonSpring

Crm/Law C106 Lecture 2: C106 Lecture 2 Notes

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9 May 2016
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Crime in the united states has not been increasing for a significant amount of time. 1990-2011 decline in index crime rate (both according to national
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UC-IRVINECRM/LAW C106Michael GottfredsonSpring

CRM/LAW C106 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: System On A Chip

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9 May 2016
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UC-IRVINECRM/LAW C10William ThompsonSpring

CRM/LAW C10 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Justice As Fairness, Lochner V. New York

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9 May 2016
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Veil of ignorance: is this the society you would choose if you didn"t know where you would fall into the society. Moral justification for taxing those
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UC-IRVINECRM/LAW C10William ThompsonSpring

CRM/LAW C10 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Immanuel Kant, Assisted Suicide, Patient Protection And Affordable Care Act

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9 May 2016
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Alternative approach to morality compared to utilitarian and libertarianism. Notion of universal human rights- all human beings are worthy of respect-
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UC-IRVINECRM/LAW C10William ThompsonSpring

CRM/LAW C10 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Redistribution Of Income And Wealth, Justice As Fairness

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9 May 2016
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UC-IRVINECRM/LAW C10William ThompsonSpring

CRM/LAW C10 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Jonathan Haidt, Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, Price Gouging

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9 May 2016
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Utilitarian- consequences of law on society (on overall happiness) Focus on virtue- laws that encourage people to live and act a certain way. Psycholog
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UC-IRVINECRM/LAW C10William ThompsonSpring

CRM/LAW C10 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Jeremy Bentham, Social Forces, John Stuart Mill

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9 May 2016
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Key foundational questions underlying the study of crime, law, and society, such as: Jurisprudential approach- congress/legislator passed a law saying
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UC-IRVINECRM/LAW C10William ThompsonSpring

CRM/LAW C10 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Trolley Problem, Assisted Suicide, Casual Sex

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9 May 2016
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Durkheim- law is a product of shared values (social consensus) Marx- law is a tool of the elite to protect their economic interest (elite have most inf
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UC-IRVINESOCECOL E8John M.WhiteleyFall

SOCECOL E8 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Easter Island, Hurricane Sandy

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9 May 2016
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