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Political Science 1020E Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Kwame Anthony Appiah, Napoleon, Robert A. Dahl

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Summer 2018

Department
Political Science
Course Code
Political Science 1020E
Professor
Bruce Morrison
Study Guide
Midterm

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JG Herder
Natural and durable, nations develop from an objective foundation like religion
Anthony Smith
Nations build from objective foundation but not all groups with objective foundation
become a nation
Adam Smith and David Ricardo
Wealth of nations, allow markets, small state
Marx and Friedrich
Economy is the key to rest of society by determining class form and the nature of the
state
Marx: The restless bourgeoisie, globalism is part of expansion of capitalism
Liberal democracy: purely economic ‘Power Elite’
Burke
Theories of representation: Trustee Superior, independent judgement, pick a person
then get out of the way
Mill
Plural voting, let some people have more votes
Robert Dahl
Western Polyarchie:
1. Rule of law
2. Competition
3. Increasing participation
Napolean bonaparte
Made referendum and got popular vote and threaten people who were voting
Kwame Appiah
History may have made us what we are but the choice of a slice of the past in a period
before your birth as your own history is exactly that: a choice
Max Weber
Monopoly of coercion within a given territory
Joseph Schumpter
Democracy about procedure not goals
People dont rule - they are the producers of government (Choose competent)
Competitive elitism
Locke
Clear constitutional constraints
Montesquieu
Separation of powers (president separate from legislature, aristotle had the idea but
didn't have institutions)
Weber
Domination + legitimacy = authority
Eric Hobsawn
Political nationalism tradition is invented ex. Teaching french in schools in france
Benedict Anderson
“Imagined community” its all in your head
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JG Herder Natural and durable, nations develop from an objective foundation like religion Anthony Smith Nations build from objective foundation but not all groups with objective foundation become a nation Adam Smith and David Ricardo Wealth of nations, allow markets, small state Marx and Friedrich Economy is the key to rest of society by determining class form and the nature of the state Marx: The restless bourgeoisie, globalism is part of expansion of capitalism Liberal democracy: purely economic Power Elite Burke Theories of representation: Trustee Superior, independent judgement, pick a person then get out of the way Mill Plural voting, let some people have more votes Robert Dahl Western Polyarchie: 1. Rule of law 2. Competition 3. Increasing participation Napolean bonaparte Made referendum and got popular vote and threaten people who were voting Kwame Appiah History may have made us what we are but the choice of a slice of the past in a period before your birth as your own history is exactly that: a choice Max Weber Monopoly of coercion within a given territory Joseph Schumpter Democracy about procedure not goals People dont rule they are the producers of government (Choose competent) Competitive elitism Locke Clear constitutional constraints Montesquieu Separation of powers (president separate from legislature, aristotle had the idea but didnt have institutions) Weber Domination + legitimacy = authority Eric Hobsawn Political nationalism tradition is invented ex. Teaching french in schools in france Benedict Anderson Imagined community its all in your head
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