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Intro to Politics Week 9 Notes

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Intro to Politics Week 9 Notes POLS 2310 - 001

Introduction to Politics (C) - 14426
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Hey guys these notes really help grasp the basic foundation of the content that will be covered on tests!
Introduction to Politics (C) - 14426
Robert H Webking
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Intro to Politics Week 9 Notes October 19 2015 Declaration of Independence Written by Thomas Jefferson purpose is to explain the Justice of American Revolution In terms of general political principles there are three parts 0 Statement of Principles 0 List of Grievances 0 Formal Statement of Separation Begins with dedication to reason then moves to an argument SelfEvident Truths The first is equality the second is rights the third is consent and the fourth is revolution Equality In the most fundamental way people are the same all human beings No one is clearly superior and no one is clearly inferior No obligation to obey no clear authority October 21 2015 0 Rights Moral permission contrast to duties things one must do for others for the community OUnbailable Rights Life liberty and the pursuit of happiness 0 May do whatever they think necessary to get these things 0 Nothing wrong with anything anyone does to secure life or liberty or pursue happiness 0Morally you are allowed to do anything that you think might make you happier ONo right to happiness 0 Secure only the right to pursue happiness 0 Consent people are equal and have the right to liberty someone could have authority over them only if they agree 0 Universal rights without government are radically insecure 0 People agree to mutual limits October 23 2015 0 I agree to obey the government laws so long as it secures my rights 0 Without agreement I do not have to obey the authority 0 Without agreement neither the government nor anyone else has to respect my rights Just governments are created by people seeking to pursue happiness by setting up moral rules to direct them to do what they want to do to be good people


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