CC Study Guide Midterm 1 Jean Jacques Rousseau The Social Contract - Men are born free yet everywhere are in chains. - Civil society does nothing to enforce the equality and individual liberty that were promised to man when he entered that society.
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Origen. Contra Celsus
1. WHEN false witnesses testified against our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, He remained silent; and when
unfounded charges were brought against Him, He returned no answer, believing that His whole life and conduct
The Ego and His Own
All Things Are Nothing To Me
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Suetonius, The Lives of the Caesars
p3 The Life of Julius Caesar
1 In the course of his sixteenth year1 he lost his father. In the next consulate, having
previously been nominated priest of Jupiter,2 he broke his engagement with Cossutia, a lady of
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Written by Friedrich II von Preuens
With the help of Voltaire
In refutation of Niccolo Machiavellis The Prince
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FOREWORD: EXAMINATION OF THE PRINCE OF MACHIAVEL.
I. WHAT A STRONG PRINCE REALLY IS, AND HOW ONE CAN REACH T
HOW TO ARM A ROMAN SOLDIER
J. C . N. Coulston
This short enquiry into the methods of arming Roman soldiers is not so much a study of the
Roman military economy in general, as a more specific examination of the practicalities of
military equipment design,
Tocqueville: Democracy in America Concepts of equality and liberty The tyranny of the majority The difficulties posed by "individualism" and how to create public commitment through participation and association The new despotism and government intrus
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Voltaires Candide reduces deadly serious subjects to ridiculousness. Voltaire satirizes a number of ideas throughout this story. First is optimism, painting the world as something of dis-utopia. He also poke
Inclination and Duty in Relation to the Morality of Actions
"An action from duty has its moral worth not in the purpose to be attained by it but in the maxim in accordance with which it is decided upon" (Groundwork 13). In the above state
What is Property? An Inquiry into the Principle of
Right and of Government
P. J. Proudhon: His Life and His Works.
Paris, December 5, 1831.
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