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Random cards from the intro track and classical democracy POLS 2300 Midterm UofU

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Ideology   Four Purposes; a) Evaluates right and wrong b) explains why things are the way they are c) orients the user d) provides a mechanism for the transition of policies  
3-legged Stool   1. Defines Human Nature 2. Defines the Role of Government 3. Defines Freedom  
Role of Irony   Antidote to the ideologue Socrates Usage of skepticism toward claims of absolute truth All I know is that I know nothing  
Positive v. Negative Freedom   Positive; Government has to add something on to the human condition in order to make humans free Negative Definition: government action is the root cause of constriction and kills freedom  


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