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Department
Political Studies
Course
POLS 236
Professor
Neil Hibbert
Semester
Fall

Description
Final Exam - 2 parts o 1. Consists of short answer questions  Given 15, write on 10  5-7 sentences per answer  Narrow definitional questions etc o 2. Writing two essay questions  The essay topics you were given for your paper, but don’t write about the one you wrote your paper on  5-7 double spaced pages each Course Review For Exam - What might a person as about Plato? o The ring of “Guysies”  A ring that whe a guy put on he went invisible and he would do bad things. So if people could get away with bad actions without being caught, they would most likely do so o The noble lie or the magnificent myth  Gold, silver and bronze class distinctions o Guardians living conditions  Communal state. Removes their private interests so they do not put themselves ahead of the public o Classification of types of states (5 parts) and the pattern of political change o One change that can change our political lives  Philosopher king  Expand on this o There are 3 kinds of good(s) what are they?  What is the conventional view of justice as a type of good?  What did Socrates try to argue that a good is? o What are the 4 parts of Plato’s ideal state? o How does Plato view justice?  Wisdom, knowledge, justice etc o What are the charges that are leveled against Socrates?  Corrupting the youth  Undermining the official gods  What are his defenses for the two charges?  Also study how he calls himself a gadfly - What might a person ask about Aristotle? o What are the 3 elements of the household and how do these 3 elements interact  Monarchy  The art of question  Relationship between husband and wife, relationship between husband wife and slave, relationship between the parents and children o His conception of the two types of exchange and their moral differences  Proportional equality o Aristotle’s position of slavery  2 kinds of slavery  Natural slavery. The slaves don’t have the capacity to rule their own lives  Conventional slaves. Slaves who have been conquered o Aristotle’s position on the natural and conventional understandings of justice? o Aristotle’s view
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