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Irving Zeitlin
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1. In America, Tocqueville discerned a strong link between religious teachings and
worldly interests. ++
2. In explaining the causes of the French Revolution, Tocqueville explains that
serfdom created great resentment among the French peasants. ==
3. In sum, Taylor’s and Mills’s life missions were the liberation of ethnic minorities
and the emancipation of slaves ==
4. On Liberty can be viewed as an effective rebuttal to Auguste Comte’spositive
polity” ++
5. For the Mills, the only ground on which government may rightfully exercise
power over a citizen, against his will, is to prevent a rebellion ==
6. It can be argued that the subjection of women originated from the notion that
might is right ++
7. According to the Mills, the subordination of women has been accomplished
through an enslavement of women’s minds ++
8. On Liberty mainly addresses the nature and limits of power, which may be
legitimately exercised ++
9. The Mills would argue that dissenters from the majority should be silenced ==
10. Liberty refers to the free expression of opinion and the freedom of individuals to
act upon their opinions ++
11. According to Auguste Comte the stages leading to the evolution of the organic
society cannot proceed except by total transformation of society ==
12. Marx believed that humans are infinitely perfectible ++
13. Marx opposed capitalism because it deprived man of his animal needs ==
14. Dehumanization of man was viewed by Marx as a consequence of what he
learned from Feuerbach ==
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