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by: Jorge Hurtado

POLS2301notesMon-Wed.pdf pols 2310

Jorge Hurtado
introduction to politics
Webking, Robert H

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These are the notes from MW, Ill upload a new one featuring the full version on Friday
introduction to politics
Webking, Robert H
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This 5 page Class Notes was uploaded by Jorge Hurtado on Thursday October 1, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to pols 2310 at University of Texas at El Paso taught by Webking, Robert H in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 36 views. For similar materials see introduction to politics in Political Science at University of Texas at El Paso.

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Date Created: 10/01/15
POLS 2301 Prof Robert Webking Notes from MonWed It is stated that one individual cannot be both a good citizen and a good human being given that the idea of being a good human being can interfere with certain laws Example Given Antigone was a good human being by doing proper burial to her own blood but was a bad citizen because she broke Creon39s law to not bury him Features and Description Good Human Being Good Citizen Their personality is the same They contribute to the goals and everywhere cause of the community The always root to develop the Some laws are not compatible human capacity with being a good human being They give priority to reasoning Example Nazi soldiers who and understanding of things followed the orders of execution in order to please their superiors The community needs the ability to achieve goals They are designated different and essential roles in order to help the cause of the community They do not question their superiors Example of a Good Human Being not being a Good Citizen httpswwwyoutubecomwatchvRM4wst3GSU Lisa exploits and displays an outstanding performance by playing her instrument and therefore disobeying the band community and their goal which is to perfectly follow the instructions of the teacher Motivations GOOD HUMAN BEING GOOD CITIZEN o Virtues 0 Rules LITTERING PROHIBITED 3102000 FINE S TAT E LAW Motivation by advice Motivation by punishment or force This Method goes in a more friendly way This method uses a punishment fine in this using the authority and just informing the case to promote the enforcement of the law citizens about the law itself for those who disobey SPARTA and its community 0 Famous for Producing Good Individuals 0 Famous for their way of life King Lycurgus and his legacy 0 He assumes the throne when his brother dies 0 The wife of his brother was pregnant so her son would become a king 0 He decided to leave in order to not interfere with the succession process and decided 0 When he returned the city was in a social crisis and the citizens begged him to apply his knowledge to burst the infrastructure and make laws that would benefit both private and public law GOALS intended by Lycurgus Make the Spartan people better and if possible the best versions of themselves That the virtues of all citizens would be temperance justice courage and to be guided by public spiritness To care about the community Purpose of the estabshed aws Domestic Peace Redistribute Land He implemented a new payment This to provide equality method blocks of iron that way Sufficiency at the time of it would distract them from working also to balance the luxuries and foreign corruption lifestyle of classes and diminish Also to diminish greed bribery the gap between classes and robbery He used these laws to mold and shape the lifestyle of its citizens and making them cope with each other work as a community and carry vision of developing good Spartans 0 The model also provided no conflict of interests between the public and private good Why Because they believed that a good human being would be better and more productive with its community and its goals 0 The laws were so good that they were not preserved by the force of the government but rather the satisfaction of the citizens o Other element that contributed was education and the corresponding perks it brought By teaching the importance of public good Respect for authority


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