English Sources (pt. 1)

English Sources (pt. 1) - Johann Sebastian Bach 1685-1750...

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Unformatted text preview: Johann Sebastian Bach, 1685-1750 Contrapunctus 1, “The Art of Fugue” Monday, September 25 • University Forum: Robert Putnam speaking Tuesday, September 26 th at 11am in the Marriot Center English Sources of American Government Day 1: The Historical Context Lockean Liberty: the Enlightenment-era shift to individual freedom • Freedom IN society: – Liberties are granted by the sovereign and can be taken away – Corollary: Rule legitimated by divine right • Freedom FROM society – Liberty, or rights, are the birthright of each individual and cannot be taken away – Corollary: Rule legitimated by consent English History • The Stuart Monarchs: James I, Charles I, Charles II, James II – Autocratic approach to government • The king’s “prerogative” – The Divine Right of Kings • Sir Robert Filmer Charles I English history • Conflict between Crown and Parliament – Financing wars by means of the royal prerogative, w/o Parliament’s consent – Religious conflict: fears of Catholicism “Guy Fawkes,” English nursery rhyme...
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