Review sheet for the second exam

Review sheet for the second exam - Regulation of commerce...

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Review sheet for the second exam (April 6, 2010) Berlin’s two concepts of liberty Machiavelli and classical republicanism Cyclical theory of history virtú Livy Renaissance humanism Priesthood of all believers Movement from status to contract English civil war State of nature in Hobbes and Locke Rights given up by Hobbes and Locke Leviathan and absolutism Sovereignty in Hobbes Hobbes’ conception of liberty Locke’s theism Property in Locke and “enough and as good left” Pole-cats, foxes, and lions Locke and revolution Rousseau and the philosophes Amour de soi and amour propre Rousseau and the state of nature Property in Rousseau’s Discourse on the Origin of Inequality “Man was born free, and he is everywhere in chains.” General will Articles of Confederation Shays’ Rebellion
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Unformatted text preview: Regulation of commerce in the Constitution Faction Mixed constitution Estates Modern theory of representation The problem of the unit Ambition must counteract ambition Essay review There were five major theories discussed in this part of the course -- the theories of Machiavelli, Hobbes, Locke, Rousseau, and the Federalists. For the essays, students should understand what type of government each theory was advocating, how the theory justified its prescriptions for government, and major concepts used by each theory. Having a sense of the “big picture” is important. Also, students should be able to make intelligent comparisons between the theories and be able to thoughtfully critique the theories without relying on uncritical praise of America or references to Hitler....
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