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Chapter 3 – Liberalism, Part 2

Chapter 3 – Liberalism, Part 2

Chapter 3 – Liberalism, Part 2. Utilitarianism. Utilitarianism emerges in 1800 as a new approach to Classical Liberalism Jeremy Bentham James Mill John Stuart Mill The Social Contract Theory of Hobbes & Locke was the first approach to Classical Liberalism. Utilitarianism (con ’ t).

By Leo
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Understanding Global Politics

Understanding Global Politics

Understanding Global Politics. Lecture 5: Introduction to Liberalism. John Locke (1632-1704). Two Treatises of Government (1690); A powerful advocate of consent and constitutionalism; Consent—authority arises from below through the consent of the governed;

By rea
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PART A: January 17

PART A: January 17

PART A: January 17. 9:00 AM Library. Things to Remember. Identify the ideological perspective presented by the source Analyze the source Eg . I think that the speaker in the source is describing as system that… Which philosophers would have agreed with the source and why?.

By brielle
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Dewey and Lippmann: A Comparison, Ch. 3

Dewey and Lippmann: A Comparison, Ch. 3

Dewey and Lippmann: A Comparison, Ch. 3. Dewey on the problem of private and public interests:

By levia
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Royal University of Phnom Penh Institute of Foreign Languages (IFL)

Royal University of Phnom Penh Institute of Foreign Languages (IFL)

Royal University of Phnom Penh Institute of Foreign Languages (IFL). Introduction to International Relation Chapter 4: Liberalism Team Members: YOENG Sophai KHOV Ghekkhem SENG Rithraingsey. Content. Introduction to Liberalism Sociological Liberalism Independence Liberalism

By imogene
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Theories of IR: Liberalism

Theories of IR: Liberalism

Theories of IR: Liberalism. PO 325: International Politics. Liberalism. Most Cogent Critique of Realism; Also Known as Idealism Less Emphasis on Roles of Power and Security; More Emphasis on Capacity of Humans to Learn, Cooperate, Avoid Security Dilemma

By gerry
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Read the opening two paragraphs page 300 R eview each of the images Read the three quotations on pages 300-301 and decid

Read the opening two paragraphs page 300 R eview each of the images Read the three quotations on pages 300-301 and decid

The Viability of Liberalism Related Issue #3. Read the opening two paragraphs page 300 R eview each of the images Read the three quotations on pages 300-301 and decide w hat the point of view is in each of them:. Write out the issue question for Related Issue #3 from page 301. Quote #3

By bairn
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Writing into the Day

Writing into the Day

Writing into the Day. Guernica What is the mood of the painting? What symbols can you make out in the painting? What do these symbols mean? What is the Purpose of this painting? What is the value of this painting as a historical primary source?

By wyome
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Last class

Last class

Last class. “Rule of law” promotion Elites divided . Today: Ideology . What is an ideology A belief system that specifies the nature of the “good society” and how to achieve it Not “testable”; not subject to evaluation based on evidence. 2. Ideologies.

By megara
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Reflection of Culture in Art

Reflection of Culture in Art

Reflection of Culture in Art. How does art reflect society?. Attempts to criticize Attempts to magnify an issue or individual Attempts to distract from other issues of the day Attempts to define what culture is or what an era is

By blythe
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Diversity and Equity: Theoretical Perspectives

Diversity and Equity: Theoretical Perspectives

Diversity and Equity: Theoretical Perspectives. The Identity Argument. The basic claim of the identity argument is that race, ethnicity, and culture are central to decision making (moral, political, social)

By lorant
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Plan for Today:

Plan for Today:

Plan for Today:. Remaining theories’ approaches to globalization: Marxism and feminism. Will international politics fundamentally change in future?. Marxism. Globalization intentionally built, not natural process (although may be inevitable “course of history”).

By kuper
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John Locke

John Locke

John Locke. English Philosopher. Basics. Born August 1632 Died October 1704 English Philosopher and Physician One of the most important Enlightenment thinkers Metaphysics, epistemology, philosophy, and education . Basics. Father of Liberalism

By erelah
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The Wars of Christendom

The Wars of Christendom

The Wars of Christendom. Religious conflict and the End of the Middle Ages 1535-1648. I. The Empire Strikes Back. A. Germany. Schmalkaldic League 1531 - Charles V Peace of Augsburg 1555 Cuius regio , eius religio “Whose region, his religion”.

By ceri
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Modern European Revolutions: Review

Modern European Revolutions: Review

Modern European Revolutions: Review. From 1917 to 1989. Russian Revolution, 1917-1921. Historical background: Tsarist state which was slow to modernize politically and economically. Late 19 th century: Rise of revolutionary movements on the left ( Narodniki , Nihilists, Socialists)

By jamar
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Review 2 nd Exam: Introduction to World History

Review 2 nd Exam: Introduction to World History

Review 2 nd Exam: Introduction to World History. Post-War Europe, 1919-1939 Italy and the Rise of Fascism Germany (Weimar Republic and Nazism) United States/Latin America/Middle East Japan and China Stalin ’ s Russia Spanish Civil War Road to War: Appeasement

By nasia
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Concepts, units and variables

Concepts, units and variables

Concepts, units and variables. Definition of concepts. A concept is a political phenomenon that varies from low to high It is unidimensional. Examples of concepts?. Democracy Political tolerance Culture Intelligence Interpersonal trust Self esteem Pluralism Germany

By joben
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Theocracy and Iran

Theocracy and Iran

Theocracy and Iran . Hobbes Locke Rousseau. Writing Question to Begin. Is the world getting more religious or less religious? 1000 1400 1800 1900 1950 1970 2000 You pick the starting point. But please make it explicit in your response. *Messianic means democracy by force*.

By ziya
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1848

1848

1848. The Year of Revolutions. What happened in 1848. The people across Europe (and other places) revolted and attempted to overthrow their governments or initiate major reform Revolutions occurred in more than 50 countries STOP! Say something . . . . Why did this happen?. Urban Workers:

By ginny
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Rise of Dictators

Rise of Dictators

Rise of Dictators. Path to War. Japan’s Expansion in Asia heavily depended on foreign sources on raw material  Island Nation 1931 – 1933 Japanese military invades and conquers Chinese province of Manchuria , claimed it an independent state Set up a puppet ruler

By emera
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