45+Week+12+Lecture+2 - Expansion and Nation-States, Imperialism, Empire

45+Week+12+Lecture+2 - Expansion and Nation-States, Imperialism, Empire

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IAS 45 Survey of World  History Week 12 Lecture 2: Instructor: Joseph W.H. Lough Phone: 510.219.6569 • email:  joseph_lough@berkeley.edu Office Hours: Tues. 1-5 125 Stephens Hall GSIs: Rachel Brahinsky rbrahinsky@berkeley.edu Patrick Hazelton phazelton@berkeley.edu Johntell Washington johntell@berkeley.edu
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Review Making sense of Hegel and Marx Utopians, Socialists, and Radicals in  Europe Insurgencies Against Colonizing and  Centralizing States
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Preview Getting Ready for War Expansion and Nation-State Building in  the Americas Consolidation of Nation-States in Europe Imperialism Imperialism and Culture Empire 2.0
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Getting Ready for War Time- and Culture-Frames why are we getting ready for war? compared to “primitive” peoples we are now more rational we are now more scientific we are now more ethical the past five hundred years have been very  disruptive we are now all bound together not by common or shared values by a social formation that undermines all values
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Getting Ready for War Time- and Culture-Frames why are we getting ready for war? because we are now pursuing one sole value because the form of value we are pursuing is insatiable undervalues the material world, including the body draws us to forms of value that are immaterial: » nationality » race » immaterial religion
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Getting Ready for War Time- and Culture-Frames from 25,000 B.C.E. to 1300 C.E. the frame of human experience local (not regional, national, international or global) familial (the ties that bind) traditional (the security of the same) substantial (the security of the senses) rhythms that sustain and are sustainable limits to growth limits to empire limits to domination
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Getting Ready for War Time- and Culture-Frames 24 Thousand Years plus  Two Hundred in two hundred years local gives way to regional, national, and international  experience familial ties give way to national and ethnic ties traditional understandings give way to the modern the security of the senses gives way to science and  industry economic reason: unlimited desire/limited  resources earth begins to capture carbon from atmosphere 1B yrs  ago
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Getting Ready for War Time- and Culture-Frames 24 Thousand Years plus  Two Hundred economic reason: unlimited desire/limited  resources earth begins to capture carbon from atmosphere 1B yrs  ago 400M yrs ago large coal and oil deposits begin to form continue to accumulate for another 400M yrs 3-4K yrs ago, coal deposits begin to be mined 600 yrs ago, coal first used domestically
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