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Chapter Three Human Relations and Human Resources Approaches
The Human Relations Approach (family metaphor) The Hawthorn Studies Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs McGregor's Theory X and Y
The Hawthorn Studies A series of research investigations in the late 192
POL 2107 B - EXAM REVIEW
Platos Republic - Terms
Aporia - Aporia is the Greek term for the state of helplessnessthe inability to proceed
that ends all of Platos early dialogues. Through his pointed questioning, Socrates
succeeds in showing that his interl
Com Pol- What is democracy?
Discussing what a state is (holds control over a piece of territory, can be ranked on how well they do
that, several institutions(?), they are supposed to rule in their own territory
Since the fall of the Soviet Union, democrac
Lecture 2 - Antigone
I Situating the Greek miracle : brief historical overview of Ancient Greece.
II The functions of tragedy & possible links between democracy and tragedy
III Antigones motives (& a few words on the issue of gender)
Lecture 3 Apology
The Socratic Problem & the trauma of Socratess death.
The old accusations (Aristophanes)
* Socrates: founder of (political) philosophy?
The recent accusations & Socratess rebuttal
What is behind the trial: poli
Lecture 4 Platos Republic Pt. I
I Platos life in brief.
* formative events: regime of the 30 tyrants; Socrates death; travel; war
* Why not politics?
II the significance of the dialogue form
III Book I :
- two conventional opinions about j
Whats the Politics Here?
Ethics woven to public duty: self situated in larger community
a. taken for granted: public participation
b. conservative? Apology for existing order? Practical consequences = follow customs, laws of society
Focus on politic
3 Schools of Thought
Goal: ataraxia (apatheia): tranquility, happiness and how to get it.
1. Epicureanism- hedone- pleasure (Live modestly, know the world, limit desires. Politics;
retreat, withdraw, live according to customs, lows of society)
Plato: Trial and Death of Socrates
Some Questions to think about;
- What or Who is Plato defending?
- What are the Charges/accusations against Socrates?
- How does he defend himself against Charges?
- What Value should we place on someone who lives by the
- Resign oneself completely , without complaint
- Do not set too high value on what comes by fortune (luck)
Duty to others, friendship, craving for society
Today: reason/ rational nature = self-intreat, moral egoism
- reason impl
Identities two kinds of accusers: (19a)
- Earlier accusers: lies, slander, rumor, gossip
- More resent. Later accusers (Meletus) - 2 charges.
1. Reply to earlier accusers ( 17a, 18b-e, 19a-d to 24b)
a Telling the truth. plain speaking
b Not a
Augustine and Free Will
The True God Not Fortune (IV, p. 35)
Ethics and Human nature: Augustine vs Stoics
Stoic Views- very optimistic; make self good, wise, by practice
Augustine (St. Paul): Original sin
- Humans born in sin- wounded nature
- Cant gr
Human Law or Positive Law
regulations derived from human reason 91.3
2 ways HL derives from NL 95.2
1. Conclusions from its 1st principles - Directly from NL; Eg preserve life, so
homicide is made illegal
2. specifications from general principles ; e.g. :
Theory of Ethics and Law:
Natural disposition to good
Humans have an internal natures to desire good
But inclination is not determined: can go wrong
If we do bad: disposition had been undermined, warped
Through practice, training, charitable acts, we re
Method is extremely important to the philosophy of Thomas Aquinas
- The importance of it is that it is how he proves and argument he is presenting
- This Method is used even today and is seen as an extremely usefully ad logical way
to present and
Augustine on political order
Staring premise; we want to overcome human condition- of disorder, unhappiness.
Cicero on Justice; order with out justice isnt politics but like organized gang of
Cicero republic= affair of the people
Euthyphro and the Dialogue
Opening scene takes place in 399 BCE at the king-archons court who is the presiding
officer or judge.
- Socrates meets with Euthyphro, another plaintiff, in an unrelated case.
- Euthyphro is prosecuting his father for the murder
Augustines politics: Dualistic, divided, repressive.
- earthy city: world of sinners, demons, misery, vice, the body
- Gs city: world of angles, saints, happiness, virtue and the soul
- Purpose of politics: restrain evil, sin
SCS1150: Introduction to Studying the Social Sciences Outline and Annotated Reference List Marking Scheme (20% of final mark) Criteria Outline
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Introduction Case study: Lisa Lisa is a live-in domestic worker for Canadian families Lisa stayed in a bad employment situation to have the 24 months required under the LCP; wants
And its Effects on Society
1. Effects Of Technology on People 2. Effects of Technology in the Workplace 3. Effects on The Economy 4. Conclusion
Effects of Technology on Individuals
Effects of the Internet Positive Effects on Lifestyle N
1. Platos purge/ function and purpose of music
Pay more attention to soldiers development of soul, not physical development
poverty + music should be controlled by the state. Soul is most impressionable when
it is necessary to not defile potential