Final Exam Study Questions pol200 2013_281_29.docx

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Department
Political Science
Course
POL200Y5
Professor
David Carvounas
Semester
Winter

Description
POL 200Y Winter Session, 2012-2013 STUDY QUESTIONS FOR THE FINAL EXAMINATION Four of the seven questions that follow will comprise the final examination for this course. Of those four you will be required to answer two, and your answers will count equally. You will have some choice as to which questions to answer and which thinkers to discuss, but it will be limited. It would therefore be prudent for you to prepare ALL the following questions -- and where alternatives are offered within a question to prepare both or all of them. Don't waste valuable time trying to decide which questions to study; spend it studying the questions. At the actual examination, there will be no aids allowed, so don't plan to bring notes. In the interests of fairness to all students, neither the lecturers nor the teaching assistants will discuss these questions with any students. Students are encouraged to discuss them among themselves. 1. "The philosophers have only interpreted the world ...; the point, however, is to change it." (Marx, Eleventh Thesis on Feuerbach). How adequate is Marx's characterization of "the philosophers" to Plato? To Machiavelli, Hobbes, or Locke? (Discuss Plato and any ONE of these three modern thinkers.) 2. Outline Machiavelli’s understanding of virtù, as described in Chapter 15 of The Prince and
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