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66 terms
Lock-in
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Omega Theta Alpha... Sigma Alpha Mu... Sigma Chi
Alpha Phi... Delta Delta Delta... Nu Sigma Pi... Omega Phi Sigma... Sigma…
Acacia... Alpha Epsilon Pi... Beta Theta Pi... Kappa Sigma... Omega Psi P…
Alpha Omicron Pi... Alpha Pi Phi... Delta Psi Delta... Kappa Delta Bet…
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Alpha Phi... Delta Delta Delta... Nu Sigma Pi... Omega Phi Sigma... Sigma…
8 terms
The **** of the Lock
Belinda
The Baron
Ariel
Clarissa
Beautiful young lady with wondrous hair, two locks of which h…
Young admirer of Belinda who plots to cut off one of her locks.
Belinda's guardian sylph (supernatural creature)
Young lady who gives the Baron scissors.
Belinda
Beautiful young lady with wondrous hair, two locks of which h…
The Baron
Young admirer of Belinda who plots to cut off one of her locks.
8 terms
**** of the Lock
Who is Pope attacking but also making…
How does Belinda related to the Milton…
What muse is a friend of Pope who beli…
What is the first image of Belinda
Belinda, but it seems like her is praising her because he is…
Too much pride, too worried about this one lock of hair
Caryll
12 PM and she was still sleeping after a long night out. She…
Who is Pope attacking but also making…
Belinda, but it seems like her is praising her because he is…
How does Belinda related to the Milton…
Too much pride, too worried about this one lock of hair
13 terms
Locked in
entertain
perform
puppet
lesion
to give a performance that people enjoy (verb**) (The childre…
to complete an action or activity, especially a complicated o…
a small model of a person or animal that you can move by pull…
a damaged part of an organ, such as the brain or the lungs (n…
entertain
to give a performance that people enjoy (verb**) (The childre…
perform
to complete an action or activity, especially a complicated o…
7 terms
Locke
Locke
wrote an
tabula rasa: blank slate
state of nature
founder of British Empiricism
essay on human understanding
a posteiori: we learn through sensory experience-exception li…
man's freedom is limited as opposed to Hobbes who believed ma…
Locke
founder of British Empiricism
wrote an
essay on human understanding
15 terms
Locke
state of nature
natural law
punishment
state of war
no government/ born free
self preservation/defend yourself
consequence to actions
occurs when you invade right and space of others
state of nature
no government/ born free
natural law
self preservation/defend yourself
20 terms
LOCKE
LOCKE (dzieła)
LOCKE (rodzaj polityki)
LOCKE (polecmika z...)
LOCKE (pierwotny człowiek)
• "List o tolerancji"... • "Dwa traktaty o rządzie"
• Liberalizm polityczny
• Polemizował z poprzednikiem - Hobbesem twierdząc że była to…
• Pierwotny człowiek natomiast nie był istotą rozumną i chętn…
LOCKE (dzieła)
• "List o tolerancji"... • "Dwa traktaty o rządzie"
LOCKE (rodzaj polityki)
• Liberalizm polityczny
16 terms
Locke
Sądził, że stan natury
Umowa społeczna
Pierwszy etap to
Drugi etap to
To stan wzglednej szczesliwosci, ale czasami dochodzilo do ko…
Była dwuetapowa
Stworzenie społeczeństwa
Wyłonienie spośród siebie władzy
Sądził, że stan natury
To stan wzglednej szczesliwosci, ale czasami dochodzilo do ko…
Umowa społeczna
Była dwuetapowa
16 terms
Locke
tabula rasa
reality
source of all ideas :
Sensation
the mind is a blank slate - ... no innate ideas ... not even God
empiricist ... all we know of the world is ideas from the senses…
Experience... 2 modes of experience ... motions : object sends info…
uses senses to get info about outside world
tabula rasa
the mind is a blank slate - ... no innate ideas ... not even God
reality
empiricist ... all we know of the world is ideas from the senses…
90 terms
Locke
Locke's Main Purpose
Locke defends a government that closel…
What powers must be kept separate?
Locke's Natural Rights
Justify legitimate forms of government on the basis of people…
modern liberal democracy
Legislative and executive
Privileges that each individual enjoys in a pre-societal stat…
Locke's Main Purpose
Justify legitimate forms of government on the basis of people…
Locke defends a government that closel…
modern liberal democracy
13 terms
Locke
individualism
individualism rejects (3)
SN
law of nature
individuals are the primary subjects of moral judgment
hereditary privilege, absolute monarch, divine right
free, independent, = power... no a priori basis for subordinatio…
law of god, all obliged to obey... accord with reason... can't harm…
individualism
individuals are the primary subjects of moral judgment
individualism rejects (3)
hereditary privilege, absolute monarch, divine right
30 terms
Locke
Locke's Method
Locke's Method 2
Human Nature
human nature 2
-The world is governed by scientific laws... -People are born wi…
-People seek pleasure and avoid pain... -Moral sense develops th…
-Humans are in a state of perfect freedom... -Individuals are bo…
-Reason, developed through experience and acting in concert w…
Locke's Method
-The world is governed by scientific laws... -People are born wi…
Locke's Method 2
-People seek pleasure and avoid pain... -Moral sense develops th…
8 terms
Locke
State of Nature
Natural Laws
Natural Rights
Freedom and Equality
Not state of war, state of equality, morality, and justice
All people uphold NR for self and others, enforce and carry o…
Life, liberty, property
I. Freedom: right to preserve self and others (unless threate…
State of Nature
Not state of war, state of equality, morality, and justice
Natural Laws
All people uphold NR for self and others, enforce and carry o…
17 terms
Locke
Background
Theory of mind
Absolute Monarchy
Letters Concerning Toleration
1632-1704 - English... Father of Classical Liberalism... Equally im…
the origin of modern conceptions of identity and the self... Loc…
Locke opposes... Locke is for individual consent as the basis of…
Three arguments are central: ... (1) Earthly judges, the state i…
Background
1632-1704 - English... Father of Classical Liberalism... Equally im…
Theory of mind
the origin of modern conceptions of identity and the self... Loc…
10 terms
Locke
Empiricism
Aposteriori
tabula rasa
ideas of sensation
theory of knowledge when knowledge comes from experience
after experience
blank slate
rely on 5 senses, external world
Empiricism
theory of knowledge when knowledge comes from experience
Aposteriori
after experience
12 terms
locke
freedom
equality
state of nature
law of nature
...
...
a state of perfect freedom, but we should leave bc of self bias
...
freedom
...
equality
...
30 terms
Locke
Name of book
Author
Ancient vs Modern Political Theory
Locke
The Second Treatise on Civil Government
John Locke
(1) The Starting Point:... Ancients assume collectivity was "nat…
Two world theorist, believes in our world and god.... Also Moral…
Name of book
The Second Treatise on Civil Government
Author
John Locke
8 terms
Locke
Innate Knowledge
Empiricism
Tabula rasa
Simple idea/Complex idea
...
...
...
...
Innate Knowledge
...
Empiricism
...
14 terms
Locke
Locke
Locke
Locke
Locke
From 17th-18th centuries in Europe is known as the Enlightenm…
Cicero's five canons of rhetoric would last through this peri…
Before end of 17th century, rhetoric comes under attack by ne…
Human nature, regarded as the basis of critical judgment was…
Locke
From 17th-18th centuries in Europe is known as the Enlightenm…
Locke
Cicero's five canons of rhetoric would last through this peri…
7 terms
Locke
Law comes from
The sovereign is
law of nature prescribes that
Mans right to property include
God
God but each man is sovereign unto himself, we are all equal…
Man is born with a perfect title to his rights
1. Life ... 2. Liberty ... 3. Estate
Law comes from
God
The sovereign is
God but each man is sovereign unto himself, we are all equal…
25 terms
Locke
Jomon
Yayoi
Yamato Jimmu
Prince Shotoku
first culture and means cord marked (pottery)
Metal and industry but slow on development
Emperor of the Imperial class clan
Built the 1st Japanese State
Jomon
first culture and means cord marked (pottery)
Yayoi
Metal and industry but slow on development
15 terms
Locke
prenatal
vocal learning
prosody and sound segments
5-7 months
Locke phase 1
locke phase 1
locke phase 1
locke phase 2
prenatal
Locke phase 1
vocal learning
locke phase 1
14 terms
Locke
second treatise on civil government
an essay concerning human understanding
fiduciary
Two Stages of the Social Contract
considered Locke's second greatest philosophical work; politi…
Locke's greatest philosophical work; a result of series of di…
means to hold in trust; involving trust, especially with rega…
1. forms society ... 2. create common authority
second treatise on civil government
considered Locke's second greatest philosophical work; politi…
an essay concerning human understanding
Locke's greatest philosophical work; a result of series of di…
11 terms
Locke
Political Spectrum
Religion
State of Nature
Human Mindset
liberal progressive
Catholic
Inherently good but corrupted by society... Perfect state of fre…
social animal by nature ... inherently good, but can be chaotic
Political Spectrum
liberal progressive
Religion
Catholic
8 terms
Locke
England
Two Treatises of Government where he d…
Life, liberty, and property.
To protect our rights.
Where was he born and educated?
Lockes most famous work?
What natural rights should everyone have?
Government leaders purpose?
England
Where was he born and educated?
Two Treatises of Government where he d…
Lockes most famous work?
27 terms
Locked In
Romans 3:23
Romans 6:23
Romans 5:8
Romans 10:9
"For all have sinned, and come short of the glory of God;" kjv
"For the wages of sin is death; but the gift of God is eterna…
"But God commendeth his love toward us, in that, while we wer…
"If you declare with your mouth, "Jesus is Lord,"and believe…
Romans 3:23
"For all have sinned, and come short of the glory of God;" kjv
Romans 6:23
"For the wages of sin is death; but the gift of God is eterna…
13 terms
Locke
ad hominem argument
Didactic
Malapropism
paradox
an argument attacking an individual's character rather than h…
having the primary purpose of teaching or instructing
the mistaken substitution of one word for another word that s…
an apparently contradictory statement that actually contains…
ad hominem argument
an argument attacking an individual's character rather than h…
Didactic
having the primary purpose of teaching or instructing
6 terms
LOCKE
State of Nature Locke
Social Contact Locke
Best form of Government Locke
Limits placed on government
Locke claims that the natural state of man is the state of pe…
Chapter Eight... "consent makes any one a member of any commo…
Proper remedies for the state of nature would include an appo…
If certain rights (preservation/liberty/property) are being v…
State of Nature Locke
Locke claims that the natural state of man is the state of pe…
Social Contact Locke
Chapter Eight... "consent makes any one a member of any commo…
12 terms
Locke
1. In Book I ch. 2, Locke gives a meth…
Be able to present and evaluate two of…
Sensation
Reflection
If our nautral faculties can be used to explain how we aquire…
1.universally held ideas aren't really universally held - don…
mind gets ideas from the senses(blue,cold soft, little, loud)
mind observes its own operations and then its idea( thinking…
1. In Book I ch. 2, Locke gives a meth…
If our nautral faculties can be used to explain how we aquire…
Be able to present and evaluate two of…
1.universally held ideas aren't really universally held - don…
13 terms
Locke
State of Nature
Inconveniences of the State of Nature
Reason and the law of nature
The State of War
State of Power where there is no common judge. In the state o…
Equality; we're all equally nothing. ... 1. all power and jurisd…
-law of nature comes from God and from reason... -law of nature;…
Force without right, upon a man's person, makes a state of wa…
State of Nature
State of Power where there is no common judge. In the state o…
Inconveniences of the State of Nature
Equality; we're all equally nothing. ... 1. all power and jurisd…
13 terms
Locke
substance (locke)
empiricism
tabula rasa
ideas (locke)
that which underlies experience
basing ideas and theories on testing and experience
humans are born with a blank slate of mind
whatever the mind can be employed about in thinking
substance (locke)
that which underlies experience
empiricism
basing ideas and theories on testing and experience
Locke
Sovereign
Beliefs
State of Nature
Origin of State of Nature
The people
Supports property rights... Life, liberty, and property
A thought experiment ... Immediate effect of leaving the state o…
Made for reason and tolerance... Inalienable rights... Natural Mora…
Sovereign
The people
Beliefs
Supports property rights... Life, liberty, and property
47 terms
Locke
The ruler derives his power from God.
The ruler derives his power from Force.
The ruler derives his power from the c…
The state of nature is a state of war.
Filmer
Hobbes
Locke
Hobbes
The ruler derives his power from God.
Filmer
The ruler derives his power from Force.
Hobbes
26 terms
Locke
Hobbes
Second Treatise
Filmer
Divine Right of Kings
1588-1679... State of nature = anarchy = State of War, all again…
Responds to Hobbes... Argues for limited government (in parliame…
1st Treatise argued against earlier writings of Filmer... Locke…
Filmer's belief that kings have a sort of fatherly authority…
Hobbes
1588-1679... State of nature = anarchy = State of War, all again…
Second Treatise
Responds to Hobbes... Argues for limited government (in parliame…
29 terms
Locke
born in england in 1632 came to be one…
ancient view of man's nature
moderns/ locke view of man's nature
in order to understand political society
liberal democratic thought
his highest end... his greatest potential... what man aims to…
his most innocent self.. what he really is when stripped down…
go back to mans natural form
born in england in 1632 came to be one…
liberal democratic thought
ancient view of man's nature
his highest end... his greatest potential... what man aims to…
LOCKE
State of Nature
State of War
Laws of Nature
Property
perfect ffreedom to order their actions within bound of law o…
...
=reason... = mankind ought not to harm another in his life, heal…
...
State of Nature
perfect ffreedom to order their actions within bound of law o…
State of War
...
22 terms
locke
rationalism (descartes)
epiricism (locke)
intuition and reason
simple idea
- part of our knowledge and concepts are acquired independent…
- knowledge is almost entirely built from sensory experience
locke's views that are similar to descartes (innate) are thos…
- cannot be analyzed any further... - quality of redness for exa…
rationalism (descartes)
- part of our knowledge and concepts are acquired independent…
epiricism (locke)
- knowledge is almost entirely built from sensory experience
11 terms
Locke
Equality
Natural Law
Obligations in the State of Nature
Position of Choice
naturally equal because God created all of equally, personal…
Body belongs to God, and all of his rules (eg Golden rule)... Wh…
1) Natural right to freedom, inherit prop from ancestors... 2) R…
1) Natural Freedom ... 2)Natural Equality ... 3) Existence of the w…
Equality
naturally equal because God created all of equally, personal…
Natural Law
Body belongs to God, and all of his rules (eg Golden rule)... Wh…
34 terms
Locke
Closed liberalism
Locke's dates
Locke was first
Second Treatise
emphasis on the individual, limited government, free market
1632-1704
to argue for human rights, responding to a debate in England,…
offering an alternative to patriarchy of a government by the…
Closed liberalism
emphasis on the individual, limited government, free market
Locke's dates
1632-1704
6 terms
Locke
Locke
Idenity
Diversity
Persons
-relates everting to time ... -its how we understand everting
-To be the same thing at 2 different points in time
-Not being identical
-We identify things by knowing where we are in time and by co…
Locke
-relates everting to time ... -its how we understand everting
Idenity
-To be the same thing at 2 different points in time
LOCKE
Locke(1632-1704)... 1st treaty... disproved…
2nd treaty... "state of nature"
However, ... aims to deny the legitimacy…
critique of sir robert filmer's Patriarcha
all free and equal ... conditions necessary for desirable civil…
capacity of govt to keep peace not enough to compel obedience…
Locke(1632-1704)... 1st treaty... disproved…
critique of sir robert filmer's Patriarcha
2nd treaty... "state of nature"
all free and equal ... conditions necessary for desirable civil…
20 terms
Locke
What type of gov did Locke believe in
Did locke believe in liberalism?
What was Locke an advocator of?
The mind is like a ------ slate
representative
yes
separation church and state
tubular rosa (blank)......also know teachers should teach mor…
What type of gov did Locke believe in
representative
Did locke believe in liberalism?
yes
22 terms
Locke
Fundamental Constitution of Carolina
State of nature
Individuals
Difference between Hobbes & Locke with…
colony which Lord Ashley was the founder and main proprietor
all men are born equal and free (like hobbes)
possess legislative and executive powers
Hobbes: scared man ... Locke: hungry
Fundamental Constitution of Carolina
colony which Lord Ashley was the founder and main proprietor
State of nature
all men are born equal and free (like hobbes)
12 terms
Locke
what i have in common with baby me
functional organization
locke's definition of identity
consciousness
continuity of life
living things have life as a continuous identity
a thinking, intelligent being that has reason and reflection,…
self consciousness of myself that extends backwards and at th…
what i have in common with baby me
continuity of life
functional organization
living things have life as a continuous identity
45 terms
Locke
The state of nature is a state of...
The Lockean Law of Nature
punishment in the state of nature
inconveniences to the state of nature
perfect freedom within the bounds of the law of nature
Applies to everyone; and says you cannot harm yourself, or an…
Anybody can punish, but only for reparation, restraint, and d…
Not everyone obeys the Law of Nature; All men are the judges…
The state of nature is a state of...
perfect freedom within the bounds of the law of nature
The Lockean Law of Nature
Applies to everyone; and says you cannot harm yourself, or an…
14 terms
Locke
What were the three major topics illus…
What did John Locke think must be prop…
What are the two aspects to man's stat…
What truly is the nature of man?
- constitutional government, challenges absolutism... - attitude…
man's state of nature
equality and positive freedom to dispose of one's possessions…
that which he has once we have stripped off all human-created…
What were the three major topics illus…
- constitutional government, challenges absolutism... - attitude…
What did John Locke think must be prop…
man's state of nature
5 terms
Locke
What best describes Locke's understand…
What best summarizes Locke's understan…
According Locke, why do people form a…
According to Locke, what is the chief…
One in which there is a freedom of will, autonomy in the use…
Through the use of reason, one can determine the Law of Natur…
Due to 1) the lack of known laws in the state of nature and 2…
The preservation of their property
What best describes Locke's understand…
One in which there is a freedom of will, autonomy in the use…
What best summarizes Locke's understan…
Through the use of reason, one can determine the Law of Natur…
11 terms
Locke
What does Locke's SON look like?
Is man free to do whatever he wants?
Equality?
How does Locke define SON?
equality & freedom to do whatever we want
-laws of nature allows us to do w/e... -not free to destroy ours…
-all equally able to carry out the laws of nature... -if anyone…
-no authority to appeal to... -believes it actually exists w/ pr…
What does Locke's SON look like?
equality & freedom to do whatever we want
Is man free to do whatever he wants?
-laws of nature allows us to do w/e... -not free to destroy ours…
25 terms
Locke
Why would common people support monarc…
How does commercial activity fit with…
What were the primary causes of the En…
Was the English Civil War a justified…
- It allows mutual peace and security between individuals.... -…
- Dispute over finance and supply between Parliament and King…
- Long standing disputes between Parliament and the King... - Sp…
- Yes, Charles wanted to be an absolute King, this had to be…
Why would common people support monarc…
- It allows mutual peace and security between individuals.... -…
How does commercial activity fit with…
- Dispute over finance and supply between Parliament and King…
54 terms
Locke
Support Who?
Refute Who?
False Claims
Refute what claim?
King William
Moral Failings of Robert Filmer
-Adam was NOT given absolute authority over the world and his…
Theory of the divine right of sovereignty
Support Who?
King William
Refute Who?
Moral Failings of Robert Filmer
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