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Concepts of Freedom

First exam vocab

WordDefinition
Polis Greek base word for city; where we get "politics"
Res Publica the public matters
Ancient Concept of Freedom Right to participate in the public square
Ancient Concept of Liberty (Political Liberty) "You are free because your country is free"
Modern Concept of Liberty (Individual Liberty) One's own choices are free and are only limited when interfering with other's individual liberty.
Civil Liberty Security, without this political and individual liberties are threatened.
Daimon Internal voice (Socrates)
Metaxy In between, state in which all humans are in.
Polis Greek base word for city; where we get "politics"
Res Publica the public matters
De-Divinization Taking religion out of politics. (From ancient to modern)
Ancient Concept of Freedom Right to participate in the public square
Redivinization Adding religious values back into politics. Also describes the idea of individual liberty (stemming from christianity) into modern life.
Ancient Concept of Liberty (Political Liberty) "You are free because your country is free"
Preiagoge/Conversio Conversion/Turning around
Modern Concept of Liberty (Individual Liberty) One's own choices are free and are only limited when interfering with other's individual liberty.
Politeia Constitution or political order
Civil Liberty Security, without this political and individual liberties are threatened.
Daimon Internal voice (Socrates)
Rhetoric Art of discourse, aims to improve facility of speeking
Metaxy In between, state in which all humans are in.
Dialectic Dialogue that tries to reach some truth
Mania Manic; madness
De-Divinization Taking religion out of politics. (From ancient to modern)
Classical virtues Wisdom, justice, temperance, courage
Redivinization Adding religious values back into politics. Also describes the idea of individual liberty (stemming from christianity) into modern life.
Theological virtues faith, hope, charity (love)
Periagoge/Conversio Conversion/Turning around
Natural right Whatever is right by nature and not conventional law
Politeia Constitution or political order
Physis Nature
Gadfly Upsets status quo/keeps the system living
Rhetoric Art of discourse, aims to improve facility of speeking
Dialectic Dialogue that tries to reach some truth
Classical virtues Wisdom, justice, temperance, courage
Theological virtues faith, hope, charity
Natural right Whatever is right by nature and not conventional law
Physis Nature
Nomos custom; law
Compactness Isolated existence; ancient city
Differentiation Complicated existence; modern city
Libido Dominandi Lust to dominate
Wisdom vs. knowledge Insight vs. processing information/data
Cosmopolis Universal City
Created by: WestonSandfort
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