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POL SCI 10 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Guide: King James Version, Friedrich Nietzsche, Sovereign People


Department
Political Science
Course Code
POL SCI 10
Professor
D.panagia
Study Guide
Final

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POL SCI 10
FINAL EXAM
STUDY GUIDE

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The King James Bible
Why are we looking at it in this class?
the bible: it's the foundation of the authority of law
And how those foundations are rooted in authority of specific judgements
The application of a law regardless of the nature of that law requires the making and
pronouncing of judgements
What is political theory? political theory is the political concept of ideas in the history of the west
The idea of judgment law, foundation and justice are central to this.
The bible isn't an obvious text in ps 10, no theories of politics and it's a difficult text to read
Requires critical judgement , and biblical interpretation
We don't know the order or who wrote it
So we have to make interpret decisions
About different religions
They have different versions of it
Very different senses that goes into the composition of the work
How do we read it
A sense of devotion
Instruction of how to live life
A novel, a book, Etc,
And we can read it for particular themes and metaphors that have specific messages, certain
lasting impact in our part of the world (north atlantic west)
Dominance present in our culture and society today
Concept that bad moral choices should be punished comes from the bible
Something wrong with human beings good and moral choices
Acting on bad moral choices should be punished, we took this concept from the bible
We read the bible and see genesis, humans screw up make a new person, flood erase them
make a flood.
Pattern that defines a particular pattern of justice, absolute authority
Power and authority of the structure that we see here, it's like your parents
Why do you do this? Not bc parents justify parents
You do it bc they have authority to do it bc they created you
You are in a situation that is dependent on your parent's authority
At the gecco, we get the structure of law that is related to dependence political notions in the
bible
There is a thing of absolute justice (plato justice but no violence and ba)
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Violence transtig tion of justice concept given, stepping over a line that you shouldn't, the rule,
behaving
Early pages in the bible, listing the rules
Especially in moses chapter in exodus, you have a template whereby you want to be in that
society and have protection of god follow the rules of the covenant made by moses
How we understand a contract today
Root of understanding contract theory comes from exodus
The est of proposition ans rules to be in contact with one another's,
Rules broken = no good
Prison set up is in the book of exodus violation of contract means punishment is excluded from
the community can't go to desert take citizenship rights and civil liberties
Judgement in the text,
All of the moments solicit from us a sense of judgement that creates sense of judgement
Through the senses of judgement , speak to the way as we as individuals relate it to the law
The bible instructs it how to relate to the law
(what god says) the 10 commandments of moses
God said let there be light.. Creates the next thing
Story of creation
Power is given who creates the figure of who created the universe
What power is invested in creator of the universe
Absolute authority, structure that imitates this power and authority
Structure of authority and relation to law that is based on dependence it who creates the
universe creates the law
It is the authority in creating the law
Everyday life, the constitution founding documents creates universe that is the us
All law and authority
Civics class on the founding fathers
Have absolute authority bc they created the particular universes boundaries
Fault that is based on transgression
Of breaking the law
Fault and breaking the law demand judgement that comes with a set of punishments
ex) adam and eve
Shame as a moral feeling
Because they are nakedness
Body is a source of weakness
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