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Department
Political Science
Course
POL101Y1
Professor
Jeffrey Kopstein
Semester
Fall

Description
25 Nov violence and war -war is normally thought of as state on state -violence generally monopolized by state -weber—state: monopoly of legitimate use of violence within a given territory -civil war is something different -collapse of state, collapse of sovereignty -either no or multiple sovereignties -what is difference between civil war and revolution -very difficulty to make a neighbor violence on neighbor Ancient Greece: Peloponnesian War -431 to 403 BCE -back story: 408E: beating back Persians, Athenians lead the way ( almost single handed—Delian league) -497 to 432BCE Rise of Athens vs Sparta - contracts: lands vs maritime, oligarchy vs democracy, military vs commercial orientation -democracy and leadership(pericles) -reasons for war: rise in power of Athens and alarm it caused in Sparta and its allies Corc
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