Elizabeth Frazerís Teaching

 

Hilary Term 2006:

 

Thursdays, 10.00, Department of Politics: Classical Political Thought Core Lectures

Lecture 1: Problems of Politics

Lecture 2: Politeia: Philosophy Against Politics

Lecture 3: Polity: Politics and Friendship

Lecture 4: The Christian Prince

Lecture 5: The Political Prince

Lecture 6: Artifical Man and Abstract State

Lecture 7: Contract, Consent and Trust

Lecture 8: Polity to Sovereignty

 

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Academic Years2003-05: on leave from department teaching and administration

 

 

Hilary Term 2003

 

†††††† Tuesdays Weeks 1-4 12 noon, Examination Schools, Political Theory Core Lectures

Lecture 1: Freedom and Equality I

Lecture 2: Freedom and Equality II

Lecture 3: Authority and Obligation I

Lecture 4: Authority and Obligation II

 

††††††††† Tuesdays Weeks 1-4 2.00 p.m.8NCL:3,Research Design for Political Theorists (workshop for research students)

 

††††††††† Fridays Weeks 1,2,3,4,7,8 10.00 a.m. Department, with Michael Freeden, Research Methods for Political Theory: text and interpretation (workshops for MPhil first years)

 

††††††††† Fridays Weeks 4,6,7,8, 4.00 p.m. Department, with Sophie Duchesne, Interview Research (research methods training workshop for graduates)

 

 

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Michaelmas Term 2002

 

†††††† Fridays 9.00 a.m. and 2.00 p.m.

††††††† Research Methods for Politics:

†††††† Philosophy of the Social Sciences: Lectures, and classes (with Ken Macdonald)

 

Lecture 1: Scientific Theory 1

Lecture II: Scientific Theory 2

Lecture III: Explanation 1

Lecture IV: Explanation 2

Lecture V: Explanation 3

Lecture VI: Structure and Agency I

Lecture VII: Structure and Agency II

(there are seven lectures in this series)

 

 

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