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Lecture Notes: "Revolutions Never Go Backward"

The U.S. Civil War was a revolution that did not begin as a revolution. It began as a conflict between competing visions of the American project. 698 more words

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Lecture notes - Week 5

Fifth lecture notes – first page written by me from memory:

My scribe Dzalehas’ notes (Will be added soon!)

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Essay 2: Rhetorical Analysis

The Essay 2 assignment connects to these Student Learning Outcomes listed on your syllabus:

• Analyze and evaluate information to assess the validity and usefulness of an argument… 688 more words

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Adequate ideas

Around IIP23, Spinoza begins to argue that “knowledge of the first kind” — knowledge from the senses and imagination — isn’t “adequate”. 156 more words

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Inadequacy of first knowledge

Spinoza argues that the knowledge of the senses, imagination and memory — later called “knowledge of the first kind” (IIP40) — is inadequate. 169 more words

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