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Poli Sci 4 Notes - Week 7

by: Elena Stacy

Poli Sci 4 Notes - Week 7 PoliSci 4

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Unfortunately I missed Lecture 10, so this set of notes only includes Lecture 11. Lecture 11 discussed contemporary conservatism.
Introdoction to Political Theory
Mark Bevir
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Elena Stacy on Saturday March 5, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to PoliSci 4 at University of California Berkeley taught by Mark Bevir in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 30 views. For similar materials see Introdoction to Political Theory in Political Science at University of California Berkeley.


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Date Created: 03/05/16
Political Theory Notes: Week 7  Lecture 11: Conservatism – Contemporary  ‐Development of conservatism mainly in the 20​ century  National Variations  ‐British  o Empiricist and skeptical  § Burke  ‐French  o Religious and moralistic  § Joseph de Maistre  ‐German  o Metaphysical and historical  § Hegel    Skeptical Conservatism  ‐​WI causes dilemmas  ‐Rise to skeptical philosophies  o ​.g Michael Oakeshott    Social Conservatism/ Conservatism and Capitalism  ‐​old war causes dilemmas  ‐Anti‐totalitarian  ‐​eavily pro‐capitalist  o E.g Ayn Rand  Neoliberal Economics  ‐​arkets  o ​elieve that markets are extremely efficient  o Deregulation  o Privatization, contracting, public management  ‐Low taxes  ‐​ree trade  o ​yn Rand  ‐Contradictions?  o ​ant a strong state  o ​ocial conservatism   


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