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EXAM REVIEW - Exam Review done in tutorial - Summaries of Manent's Book. Chapters 2-13 - in the notes sci=Science


Department
Political Science
Course Code
POLS 1000
Professor
Martin Breaugh
Study Guide
Final

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EXAM REVIEW IN TUTORIAL
Liberalism
Change
Progress
Work
Individualism
Property
Freedom
Reason;
What you do as a worker is your property
INDIVIDUALISM------------REASON------------PROPERTY
If everyone uses its reason, society as a whole will progress and it’s not
because we’re trying to stop the progress to happen but it will happen in the
end on its own
We are working on our own interests using our own hands which makes
society advance
Freedom pretends to be the system of liberty so it is because we are free to
use our own reason, to obtain property and to use our own objective that is
liberalism
Conservatism
Tradition
Universal order
Hierarchy
Natural change; small changes [Unnatural change would be something that
occurs very quickly, a revolution, its abstract, while the natural change is small
changes]
They want order and want things to be natural
They want little change possible and if change was going to occur it was
going to be small changes not any dramatic changes
Some conservatives will say > traditions are good because god told u so but
the more evolved conservatism is out of the religious argument
For 2thousand years we been living under the rules of tradition and were
doing well and there's peace and etc etc while up change will bring murder,
blood, civil war
The conservative argument is saying well look what thev done? Did they
have to kill hundreds of thousands of people nd that's what abstract change will
bring that's why we have to bring natural change so that we can see the
changes small and decide step by step how each step is good or bad for society
ARISTOCRACY "the best are at the top"
Even for the people that are protected under the actual regime
Socialism
Industrialization
Group/community/class
Work
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