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CARLETONPAPM 1000Marc Andre GagnonWinter

PAPM 1000 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Free Market, Economic Equilibrium, Political Economy

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Veblen"s analysis of capital accumulation: rockefeller style wealth is not an accumulation of good for society it is accumulation of power to increase
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CARLETONPAPM 2000Vlasios MelessanakisFall

PAPM 2000- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 41 pages long!)

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CARLETONPAPM 1000Marc Andre GagnonWinter

PAPM 1000 Study Guide - Final Guide: Thomas Robert Malthus, Factor Price, Just Price

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The state exists to help people towards the good life (virtue, wisdom, philia) Oikonomia: (1) management of household, husbandry, (2) regulation/plan/a
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CARLETONPAPM 1000Marc Andre GagnonFall

PAPM 1000 Final: Question 14

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Compare locke and rousseau on the obligations of citizenship. John locke and jean jacques rousseau have different conceptions of the state of nature an
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CARLETONPAPM 1000Marc Andre GagnonFall

PAPM 1000 Final: Question 18

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Q. 18 compare young and locke on protest and resistance to government. Political philosophers, iris young and john locke discuss protest and resistance
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CARLETONPAPM 1000Marc Andre GagnonFall

PAPM 1000 Study Guide - Final Guide: Federalist No. 10

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Q. 9 explain madison"s claim that the causes of faction cannot be removed and that relief is only to be sought in the means of controlling its effects.
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CARLETONPAPM 1000Marc Andre GagnonFall

PAPM 1000 Final: Question 4

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To an extent, the agreement to live under certain established laws is what defines the social contract. According to rousseau, laws are made for the pe
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CARLETONPAPM 1000Marc Andre GagnonFall

PAPM 1000 Final: Question 3

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In the second treatise of government, john locke, notes that parental power and political power are completely different. I (cid:449)ill argue that, a
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CARLETONPAPM 1000Marc Andre GagnonFall

PAPM 1000 Study Guide - Final Guide: Administration (Government)

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Q. 13 compare locke and hume on consent as the foundation of government. The idea that legitimate government depends on the consent of the governed is
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CARLETONPAPM 1000Marc Andre GagnonFall

PAPM 1000 Final: Question 2

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John locke outlines the theory of property in the second treatise of government. Property is significant to his theory of legitimate political power su
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CARLETONPAPM 1000Marc Andre GagnonFall

PAPM 1000 Final: Question 1

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In the book, second treatise of government, john locke explains the state of nature as a state of equality in which no one has power over another, and
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CARLETONPAPM 1000Marc Andre GagnonFall

PAPM 1000 Final: Question 5

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The transition from the state of nature to the civil state produces quite a remarkable change in men. Men, now act on principle and use their reason be
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