d2l spp Tues 4 - Political&SocialPhilosophy...

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Week 4, Tuesday Week 4, Tuesday
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Class Breakdown 1. 1. Introduction Introduction 2. 2. Consent-Theory Consent-Theory 3. 3. Hobbes’ Alienation Social  Hobbes’ Alienation Social  Contract Theory Contract Theory o State of Nature State of Nature o Prisoner’s Dilemma Prisoner’s Dilemma 4. 4. Locke’s Agency Social     Contract  Locke’s Agency Social     Contract  Theory Theory
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Presentation Sign-Ups are Closed By the start of Thursday’s class, all presentations should be scheduled SIGN-UP if you haven’t already, by tomorrow I will post a finalized schedule on D2L by Thursday morning
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The Crito The Crito the beginning of consent theory the beginning of consent theory
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Crito Highlights Implicit consent (or “tacit” consent) Accepted benefits from the State “Love it or Leave it”: Was there 70 years Could have left, or persuaded to change the laws Reciprocal relationship Parents analogy If they do you an unfairness, should you return this unfairness? Disobedience against the State is violence to the State, which raised and benefitted you
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1. What are the reasons Socrates gives to Crito as to why he shouldn’t escape (and should stay and accept his death sentence? 2. Do you think Socrates is right, that it
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This note was uploaded on 04/14/2010 for the course PHIL 321-01 taught by Professor Matthewbrophy during the Spring '10 term at Minnesota State University, Mankato.

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d2l spp Tues 4 - Political&SocialPhilosophy...

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