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3rd midterm - Rousseau 2nd Discourse on Inequality Bentham Principles of Moral and Legislation Marx/Engels The Origin of the Family Private

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Rousseau 2 nd Discourse on Inequality Bentham Principles of Moral and Legislation Marx/Engels The Origin of the Family Private Property and the State, Communist Manifesto Hobbes Leviathan Aristotle Politics Literature summary - original state of nature. - compassion and self- preservation before reason. - man was happy in state of nature - origin of inequality when man said “this is my land” and other believed. - male and female roles changed with the start of community, before were homogenous. Spurred leisure and further inequality. - utilitarianism is a maximization of your own pleasure - Principle of Utility: strive for the greatest good for the greatest # of people - - humans naturally violent so the Leviathan is created as a social contract as humans seek protection - doesn’t matter how cruel the state is as long as it offers protection - self-preservation through the leviathan - loyalty, judgment, and willingness to be governed are traded for protection from the leviathan - household dynamics
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This note was uploaded on 09/23/2011 for the course POLI SCI 10 taught by Professor Sissa during the Spring '11 term at UCLA.

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3rd midterm - Rousseau 2nd Discourse on Inequality Bentham Principles of Moral and Legislation Marx/Engels The Origin of the Family Private

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