INST 210 Week 5

INST 210 Week 5 - INST210Week5 13:42 ParadigmaticShifts

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INST 210 Week 5 13:42 Paradigmatic Shifts Latin/script languages loses its hegemonic grip When Christianity was only spoken and explained in Latin  This made it so things could be put in different languages  Divine right/monarchies lose sole legitimacy Time/temporality thought differently: history is not necessarily the same as cosmology ***PRINT CAPITALISM*** you have the advent of a newspaper partially the invention of the printing press suddenly you are hearing about things that affect you even if you are far away with nation states you could hear about a fellow member that you didn’t know but that  you agree with  3 essential elements to Capitalism (the culture of capitalism)  Consumers Capitalists Laborers  The nation-state holds these ^ together  To Adam Smith the nation-state was essential  Modern Economics Value, price and other important philosophical debates  Know:  Adam smith Karl marx Karl Polanyi
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This note was uploaded on 02/28/2012 for the course INTS 210 taught by Professor Weiler during the Fall '07 term at UNC.

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INST 210 Week 5 - INST210Week5 13:42 ParadigmaticShifts

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