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1) Test a) 1 Question you cannot avoid (it counts 50 percent) – Explain in what sense man is theomorphic – explain Plato’s theory of human nature and anthropological principle (it won’t be exactly this, but close) b) Then there will be two choose one (or x number) of the following – each worth 25 points c) The main point of the class is how human beings are related to the divine and political order (what is reality) d) You need paper and a pen (you will write for 80 minutes) – make sure to answer the question that is asked e) The review session is form 1-3 on Monday (214 Stubbs) – It is essential f) Write a ton 2) Corruption by Eric Voegelin a) Spiritual individualism – an idea we see emerging in Plato i) It is up to you as an individual to pursue justice and stand for what is right, not God – It is man who is blameworthy, not god ii) He speaks of a primacy of persons - humanism iii) Theomorphic – Man is formed by his experience of the divine pg. 250 iv) Pg. 380 The types of persons
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This note was uploaded on 04/22/2010 for the course POLI 4081 taught by Professor Jr,j during the Spring '08 term at LSU.

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