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PG 87 previous play (bottom)°°- Trial began the discussion of who’s murder was worse?°
Lecture #5October 17°- Legal moralism: using morals as a way to explain law°- Story starts with Rome°- Roman culture was agonistic much like Athensrivalry is naturalhonour seekingparticipating in public battlesgood speeches was honourableunlike Athens it is honourable to pay somebody’s debt°- Romulus and Remusthey find this hill and have dispute about which mountain is going tobe the center of the cityended up Romulus killing his brother remusthen invited everybody to come settle in Rome with himdo not have any woman, so they had to abduct and rape woman inorder for them to settle°- Romulus had so much power, he transitioned to become a god“go and declare to the capital of the world, so let them cherish theart of war.”oBest way to display you’re honour is to win battles°- What was dishonourable?To waste you’re wealth and honouroNot hosting events, or financing games, etc.Any sort of gossipNot being invited to parties or people not responding to you’re invit°- It is important to be apart of a public servicesoldierAedile: responsible for infrastructure, roads, policing, organizingfood and water supply, pipingQuester: in charge of paying the troops, help finance the army°- Honestioresif you are serving Rome by any sort, you cannot be charged orbeaten without a trial°- Humilioresthe opposite of above statement, if you fail to be apart of Rome inany way, you can be beaten without any trial or chance to explain°- Imperiamtop position, command an army, or command in an armyenforces the lawrun the provincecollects taxes because you have the power of life and death°- Arian Controverseyis Jesus divine? Or is he humanwhat is the relationship between god and his son
huge split in the church because people felt if Jesus was raised tothat status they didn’t understand how he could be human.oIf he wasn’t human he wouldn’t suffer°- Just like Christians were oppressed before Constantine, the nonChristians were oppressed after Constantine and the Christians wereworshipedsome emperors did not mind diversity°
Lecture #6October 24°- problem with roman empireelitism, judgemental, failure to understand diversityhow to share privilege, how to share powerhow do u establish an authority, that includes all equally?

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Term
Fall
Professor
RogerFisher
Tags
Ode, Judaism, The Bible, Wolf von Filnek

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