Humanities 01.30.08

Humanities 01.30.08 - Humanities 01.30.08 I. II. 1 - 2...

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Humanities 01.30.08 I. 1 - 2 Samuel a. The author relied on earlier works b. The author is someone who is interested in political issues II. Samuel 1, 15 a. Destroy all the enemies and don’t take anything from the enemies b. Saul didn’t listen to Samuel’s words and took the best commodities of the Amalekites c. King of Israel i. Look and get what he wants ii. Oppose the laws of god and kingship iii. Have an affair with a warrior(Uriah)’s wife (Bathsheba) - David 1. God knows about David’s sin 2. Nathan, the prophet who analyzes the state of civilization, told David the story about a rich and a poor man. The rich man took the poor’s man lamb/ 3. David reflects on his wrongdoing 4. God punishes David by causing death upon Bathsheba’s firstborn. III. Problem with legitimacy - understanding of a regime; use of persuasion instead of force a. Form b. Fall c. Discussion I. Handbook: 27,38 II. Turnit.com a. Class id: 2145852 b. Enrollment password: 607934 III. Prompts IV. Transcendental Ethnics: A rock and a hard place
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