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WKU - POLL 330 - Study Guide

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POLL 330 - Class Notes - Week 1
28 pages

PS 330: Intro to Political Theory, Week 2&3 notes

Summer 2015

Edward yager

POLL 330

These notes cover the second two weeks of class, since it is only a once-a-week class and the first week was focused solely on going over the syllabus. It covers the lectures over the chapters of the textbook about Aristotle, Socrates and Plato.

POLL 330 - Class Notes - Week 2
16 pages

PS 330: Intro to Political Theory, Week 4&5

Summer 2015

Edward yager

POLL 330

These notes cover the lectures from the last two weeks. They cover the textbook chapters on Aristotle, Cicero, St. Thomas Aquinas and St. Augustine, and everything that Dr. Yager said about them.

POLL 330 - Class Notes - Week 4
2 pages

PS 330: Intro to Political Theory, Week 7 Notes

Summer 2015

Edward yager

POLL 330

These notes cover the lecture from week seven's class, including Machiavelli and John Calvin and Martin Luther, which is not information that can be found in the textbook.

POLL 330 - Class Notes - Week 4
2 pages

PS 330: Intro to Political Theory, Week 7 Notes

Summer 2015

Edward yager

POLL 330

These notes cover the lecture from week seven's class, including Machiavelli and John Calvin and Martin Luther, which is not information that can be found in the textbook.

POLL 330 - Class Notes - Week 1
28 pages

PS 330: Intro to Political Theory, Week 2&3 notes

Summer 2015

Edward yager

POLL 330

These notes cover the second two weeks of class, since it is only a once-a-week class and the first week was focused solely on going over the syllabus. It covers the lectures over the chapters of the textbook about Aristotle, Socrates and Plato.

POLL 330 - Class Notes - Week 2
16 pages

PS 330: Intro to Political Theory, Week 4&5

Summer 2015

Edward yager

POLL 330

These notes cover the lectures from the last two weeks. They cover the textbook chapters on Aristotle, Cicero, St. Thomas Aquinas and St. Augustine, and everything that Dr. Yager said about them.