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    Economics or Environment, these are the two E’s we have to fight between. For decades now, there has been a war to stop climate change, but to do this we would have to sacrifice our economy. This has become one of the various topics that has caused a polarization of America. The left wants to protect the environment for future generations but the right wants to protect the economy for future generations. This isn’t an easy decision by no means for either side but the decision must be made and it…

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    There are many differing views about democracy, but “currently, there are three prominent streams within pragmatic political philosophy: Deweyan democratic perfectionism, Rortyan ironism, and pragmatist epistemic deliberativism” (Talise 2014 123) that provide for the conception of liberal democracy and its implementation. Though each of these philosophical explanations offer their own unique conception of democracy along with how to fulfill democracy’s enactment, pragmatist epistemic…

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    Hobbes refutes Machiavelli’s arguments concerning an ideal prince by arguing against Machiavelli’s rejection of natural law, his subsequent alteration of justice, and his misapplication of the good life. Hobbes begins by refuting Machiavelli’s rejection of natural law. While both men cite the nature of man as violent whether in acquisition through force, or a standing disposition of war, Hobbes argues that this bent of men stands in opposition to natural law. While men remain independent…

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    nineteenth century there were two concepts of governmental belief, Liberalism and Conservatism. Both concepts displayed beliefs as to how a country should be run. Liberalism though specifically is a political philosophy emphasizing on the economic liberty of the individual as opposed to utilitarianism. This political group expresses several ideas in regards to freedom of speech, equal opportunity, how powerful the government should be, market economies, as well as free trade. Throughout history,…

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    think that businessmen, being the movers and the shakers of the progression of industry,technology, and society, would do a better job in government. At least, since so many seem eager to claim they could do better. “Business is business” isn’t a political sentiment, but it’s certainly prevalent over our politicians. They have essentially the same views of a bribe “I gave to many people, before this, I was a businessman, I give to everybody. When they call, I give. And do you know what? When…

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    Directors Note Callum Langdon Intro What a privilege it is to work with David Williamson on his 2009 masterpiece, Let the Sunshine. I chose to feature it in the 2016 season because it is still relevant especially to young adolescents trying to find their identity and really captures a perfect image of society today. Also because I can relate to the play through personal experience. The play is set during the global financial crisis and demonstrates the effects of it on one of the couples. Let…

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    Campus Political Views

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    expressing their political beliefs on campus. Matt Narsiff is a Junior from New Jersey and a Political Science major who happens to be voting for Trump. When asked about being reluctant or ashamed to express his political beliefs in class and around his peers Narsiff said “No not at all, but I…

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    My Political Philosophy

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    The political language of "left" or "right" is something that is distant to me as I consider myself not that well-versed in the political realm. However, because of my nature I often agree or disagree with some policies based on my personal thoughts. One of the greatest philosopher, Aristotle, famously points out that human beings are "political animals", meaning we are social creature with reasoning. In a sense by our nature, we as individual participate in a manner in which a society is form.…

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    In Tina Rosenberg’s article, “The Taint of the Greased Palm,” she writes about how her garbage man in Mexico demanded “a tip” each week because he was not paid enough to provide for his family. She acknowledged these kind of bribes as a normal part of her life, but she claimed that, “What people really need, of course, is a system that doesn’t require bribery to get things done” (Rosenberg 6). She suggests that if the government and other businesses in the formal economy pay their workers a…

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    process of picking a candidate to vote for. Economic plans of each candidate also contribute to the public’s perception of the presidency. Political parties come into play here, for democrats want to use government funding to help the people while republicans are more conservative with the tax payer’s money. Some citizens vote on an entirely based on what political part the candidate belongs to. A large contributing factor of the people, when deciding who to support during a presidential race,…

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