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Slides.NoP+Section+Mtg+3+18+Oct+2011 - Nature of Politics...

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Nature of Politics 3rd Section Meeting - 25 & 26 Oct 2011 Friday 28 October 2011
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Reading Presentations Friday 28 October 2011
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Hobbes: Leviathan Four Ideas to Understand; What is the Nature of Man; State of Nature; Sovereign; Social Contract. Friday 28 October 2011
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Hobbes: Leviathan (con’t) Machiavelli v. Hobbes Moving from “We” to “I” Socrates looked at the whole society Hobbes looked at the whole individual Friday 28 October 2011
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Locke: Second Treatise of Government Focuses on Moral Law Natural Moral Rights Locke on Laws & Authority Rights & Equality Friday 28 October 2011
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Questions What is the relationship of a lawful (or legitimate) government to its citizens? Answer connecting Locke's Second Treatise of Government and the Lord of the Flies film. What is Locke’s “state of nature” like?” Compare it to Hobbes’ version. How are they similar & different? Friday 28 October 2011
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Have Options & Have to Choose One to Answer; Will Cover Key Ideas & Concepts from Readings; Citations - Use One of the Official Styles ; APA, Chicago, or MLA; Paper Format - .doc, .docx, .pages; Please put your Section Number on Your Take Home; I will dock points for not doing this.
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