GenEd 110 - Lecture Notes - I. II. III. IV. V. VI. VII....

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I. Arete II. Polis III. Hoplites IV. Solon – an Archon a. 594 B.C. b. Illegal to use yourself as collateral c. Athens is doing pretty well, economically V. Cleisthenes a. Athenians like him b. Now in charge of government c. Revamps government d. Council of 500 e. Equal number of each tribe f. Job of assembly is to write legislation i. Demo – “people” ii. Kratia – “power” g. True participatory democracy VI. Delian League a. All of the city states would send money and armies b. Persecutes the war against the Persians c. Ended the threat of any future threats of the Persians d. Athenians says you cannot leave the league VII. Pericles a. Removes the entire treasury of the island of Delos, and brings it back to Athens b. Uses money to rebuild Athens VIII. The Republic a. Plato wrote it b. Plato hated democracy (The Republic portrays) c. Plato looks for an answer that exist in Greece with the city-states. d.
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GenEd 110 - Lecture Notes - I. II. III. IV. V. VI. VII....

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