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  • Alexis de Tocqueville

    Website mit vielen Materialien zur Reise Tocquevilles in die USA 1831 und zu ihren Ergebnissen (C-SPAN 2013)

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  • The European citizens’ initiative

    Regulation ?adopted by the European Parliament and the Council which defines the rules and procedure governing this new instrument (EU 2011) ?

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  • Oxford Text Archive

    Riesige Online-Bibliothek (U.K.) mit (fast) allen Texten zu philosophischen und politischen Ideengeschichte (2009).

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  • Plato: The Republic

    Lesson objectives: Students will understand: 1. In The Republic, Plato described the ideal society. 2. Today’s readers can adopt, modify, or reject Plato’s views.

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  • Machiavelli’s The Prince

    Lesson on concepts of leadership (Discovery 2007)

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  • ’The Prince’ and ’Why Machiavelli Still Matters’

    This New York Times lesson pairs Machiavelli’s ”The Prince” with the Times Opinion article ”Why Machiavelli Still Matters” by John T. Scott and Robert Zaretsky (2014).

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  • John Stuart Mill: Representative Government (1861)

    Trotz seiner durch die Werke Tocquevilles bestärkten Angst vor einer „Tyrannei der Mehrheit“ betrachtet Mill eine repräsentative Demokratie, in der alle Menschen unabhängig von ihrem Stand und ihrer Herkunft am politischen Entscheidungsprozess partizipieren können, als vorübergehend beste Regierungsform.

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  • Alexis de Tocqueville: Demokratie in Amerika (1835)

    Online-Ausgabe des Klassikers (University of Virginia 2009)

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  • The Federalist Papers

    The Federalist, commonly referred to as the Federalist Papers, is a series of 85 essays written by Alexander Hamilton, John Jay, and James Madison between October 1787 and May 1788. These sources are often used today to help interpret the intentions of those drafting the Constitution (Library of Congress 2008).

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  • What did democracy really mean in Athens?

    While we might consider elections to be the cornerstone of democracy, the Athenians who coined the term actually employed a lottery system to choose most of their politicians (TED-Ed 2015).

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