////GV262 Revision Pack

GV262 Revision Pack

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There are 57 pages in total. GV262 Revision Pack covers Weeks 3 & 12, Weeks 5 & 14 and Week 19. The notes consist of class, lecture and reading notes as well as a list of essay questions and essay plans. This student got a 67 for this course in the exam for GV262.

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There are 57 pages in total. GV262 Revision Pack covers Weeks 3 & 12, Weeks 5 & 14 and Week 19. The notes consist of class, lecture and reading notes as well as a list of essay questions and essay plans. This student got a 67 for this course in the exam for GV262.

Weeks 3 & 12

These notes focus on both week 3 and week 12 of this course; on Freedom & Group vs. Individual Freedom. The notes for both weeks are combined as the notions discussed are interrelated. The notes consist of class, lecture and reading notes as well as a list of essay questions and essay plans. It first focuses on defining the different conceptions of freedom and their implications for the functioning of any polity. It then looks at the tension between certain group freedoms like freedom of association and liberal commitments of individual freedom – autonomy vs. diversity – and its implication for legal jurisprudence. 

Weeks 5 & 14

These notes focus on both week 5 and week 14 of this course; on Authority & Legitimacy on one hand, and looks at the case of Civil Disobedience on the other. The notes for both weeks are combined as the notions discussed are interrelated. The notes consist of class, lecture and reading notes as well as a list of essay questions and essay plans.It looks at the ways to justify the obligations owed to a coercive authority and the ways to legitimize it through theories of consent and others. It then looks at the possible justifications of civil disobedience in light of such conceptions of authority from a rights-based perspective. 

Week 19

These notes look at the definitions of terrorism and the difficulties in strict conceptualization of it. It also looks at the different justifications of terrorism by appeal to both consequentialism and deontology so as to assess the extent of moral distinctiveness of this type of pol violence. The notes consist of class, lecture and reading notes as well as a list of essay questions and essay plans.

This student got a 67 for this course in the exam for GV264.

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