Government 1615 Professor Isaac Kramnick Distance Learning Winter 2014 Introduction to Western Political Thought The Enduring Themes Course ObjectivesGovernment 1615 Professor Isaac Kramnick Distance Learning Winter 2014 Introduction to Western Political Thought The Enduring Themes Course Objectives
It is around these themes that this survey of western political philosophy is structured. The course will explore these themes historically and in terms of their relevance for American political values today
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Study Guide: hist 3840, Ancient HistoryStudy Guide: hist 3840, Ancient History
Study chapters 1-7 in the textbook (Ralph W. Mathiesen, Ancient Mediterranean Civilizations) and the assigned internet readings (see syllabus), as well as your lecture notes
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Classical Empires – Greece and Rome The Greek polis could be described asClassical Empires – Greece and Rome The Greek polis could be described as
Prior to Alexander the Great, how did the governmental structure of Greece differ with the Roman Republic?
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It’s hard for textbooks to say anything nice about the Spartans. Take up any world history textbook and readIt’s hard for textbooks to say anything nice about the Spartans. Take up any world history textbook and read
Spartans believe they lived in the best of all Greek worlds, and many of their Greek neighbors agreed with them. The rivalry, then, between Sparta and Athens, which would erupt into a disastrous war for Athens
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The Greek Polis and the Greek IdealThe Greek Polis and the Greek Ideal
IV. Two versions of the polis – two responses to the problems of poverty and conflict
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