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Lecture 03 W12 post - Wednesday, January 11th Add/Drop...

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Wednesday, January 11 th Add/Drop deadline Wednesday, January 18 th No Class Monday, January 16th Must have Citizenship Project approved by January 12 th or 13 th in lab Read ―American Heritage 100 Essay Assignments‖ before lab tomorrow or Friday. [Available in Course Packet or the website under ―My Course‖/―Assignments.‖]
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HUMAN NATURE Human Nature 2
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Outline for Today Why think about human nature? Virtue Self-interest Means of social control Human Nature 3
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Central Question of this Course: How can we design a government that resolves conflicting interests and fosters beneficial cooperation while maintaining order and liberty? Human Nature 4
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Our assumption about human nature will guide the design of government or any other social structure. A government designed for angels will differ from a government for ―natural men‖ (and women). Our assumption about human nature affects how we act toward others. Human Nature
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This note was uploaded on 02/08/2012 for the course AHTG 100 taught by Professor Pope during the Winter '08 term at BYU.

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