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POL113H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter idol#3: Ivory Trade, Thomas Sowell, Unintended Consequences

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11 Oct 2015
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Oct. 5- idol#3: tradition: russell kirk, ten conservative principles (1993) The following 10 articles of belief reflect the emphases of conservatives i
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POL113H5 Chapter Notes -Takers, Tyrant

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4 Nov 2014
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Ix idol #5: fearless leader: aristotle, politics, bk. Xxv: president eisenhower, warning of military industrial complex (jan. 17, 1961) youtube, the go
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POL113H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1&2: Antoine Destutt De Tracy, John Stuart Mill, Hermeneutics

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16 Sep 2013
130
The cave: the illusion and the reality of education. Plato"s cave - insightful allegory about the dangers of domination and oppression, as well as the
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POL113H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Tyrant, Ivory Trade

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4 Nov 2016
27
Be very cautious if you attempt to change something that"s been kept in the society for as long as it"s been there, that"s kept it going this far. The
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UTMPOL113H5Mark LippincottFall

POL113H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Voluntary Society, Tyrant, Russell Kirk

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4 Nov 2016
14
Russell kirk: there exists an enduring moral order. Those who are content with themselves and with the way society currently is will be part of the goo
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POL113H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter test3 readings: Tyrant, Amicus Curiae, Establishment Clause

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8 Dec 2016
11
Violence is instrumental by nature and remains rational only if it pursues short term goals. It"s rational to the extent that it effectively reaches th
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UTMPOL113H5Mark LippincottFall

POL113H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Incomes Policy, Making Money, Authoritarianism

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6 Nov 2016
7
The great mistake of the last few years has been for the government to provide or to legislate for almost everything. Government is controlling every a
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POL113H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Thomas Sowell, Cultural Diversity, Longrun

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4 Nov 2016
25
Di(cid:448)ersity does(cid:374)"t just (cid:373)ea(cid:374) spe(cid:272)ial, eth(cid:374)i(cid:272) values/customs belonging to a particular group of p
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POL113H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Mass Production, Bourgeoisie

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6 Nov 2016
14
The manifesto begins by addressing the issue of class antagonism. Historical patterns of development between the bourgeoisies and proletarians. Two dom
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POL113H5 Chapter 4: Week 4 tut pol113

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9 Mar 2017
0
Stuck-in-the-mud vs. flip- floppers (tutorial) week 4 september 30, 2013. Emphasized individual liberty (freedom of religion, eg. john locke. With marx
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POL113H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Italian Fascism, Vilfredo Pareto, Gaetano Mosca

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17 Sep 2013
38
It is concerned more with action than ideas. Liberalism: sees society as a political community produced through agreement by free individuals. Consider
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POL113H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Harm Principle, On Liberty

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6 Nov 2016
17
Some people think that if they have strong enough feelings for something, they don"t have to explain why they have feelings for it but those feelings a
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