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Its U.S History.
I did a outline,following up questions we could answer to help us with the outline...
Political philosophy Political philosophy is the study of topics such as politics, liberty, justice, property, rights, law, and the enforcement of a legal code by authority: what they are, why they are needed, what, if anything, makes a government legitimate, what rights and freedoms it should protect and why, what form it should take and why, what the law is, and what duties citizens owe to a legitimate government, if any, and when it may be legitimately overthrown, if ever.
Here also. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Political_philosophy
I am doing a essay and i could type out the outline but that would take 30 minutes
I dont know how long you have or if you can do something else meanwhile then ill tag you....?
Go ahead. I'll behere
1.Introduction Paragraph 2.HOW IS INDIVIDUALITY EXPRESSED IN JUDEO-CHRISTIAN TRADITION? 1.Introduction Sentence 2.According to the Torah/Bible human beings are created in....? 2a. Created in God's image. 3.In addition to the Jewish traditions of monotheism and the 10 Commandments,what did Jesus emphasize? 3a. Jesus explained a personal relationship with God. 4.How did Paul stress the essential equality of all human beings in Christianity? 4a.Paul stressed the equality with God.
Ok so the introduction paragraph basically rephrases the main question( Explain the importance of individuality in the development of Western Political Thought. ) Then under where it says " 1. Introduction Paragraph" is all the information that will be included inside the 2nd paragraph.
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@amistre64 please help?
So for the introduction it could start like .... Individuality in the development of Western Political Thought became of great importance because.....
That beginning seems good to me. And I'm sorry if I reply late. I am doing a History report..
Yea now i need helping for why...
@nincompoop Please help her, I have to go.
@Jhannybean got a clue?
Individuality was important in the development of the Western Political Thought, because it was the basis of democracy. Judeo-Christian tradition, Ancient Greece and Ancient Rome, as well as the English advanced individual rights. In Judeo-Christianity the way they expressed individuality was with the Torah/Bible,also known as the Hebrew Bible and a old testament for Christians. It stated that human beings are created in God’s image.Jesus,also knows as Jesus Christ,explained a personal relationship with God.He claimed to be the son of God. A man named Paul stressed the equality with God.Paul was an apostle and had a major impact on Christianity. He preached in cities and also said that Jesus was the son of God,and died for the people’s sins.
This is what i have so far @TheSmartOne
you have it pretty well written i've got to say hmmmm
I need to start the 3rd paragraph
What do you need?
The topic for 3 paragraph is "How did individuality express itself in Ancient Greece and Ancient Rome?"
@pooja195 please help :?
Gimme one second ^-^
They had religion based off of flawed gods to make them more like themselves instead of distant, also, greeks are said to have not been aware of their individuality even though they were definitely effected by it. They didn't really have high value for individuality. It sort of like came naturally.
Wait this might help you understand
Yeah I just kind of glanced through it. If it's an essay I won't be able to help you right now, I'm sorry. :(
These are other questions for the topic. Why is Cleisthenes generally considered the founder of Athenian Democracy? How did Pericles strengthen individual participation in democracy? How did Romae influence the development of democracy in the western world?
ohh ok i didnt know what level these questions were
I answered those questions. 1.Pericles strengthen democracy enabling poor citizens to participate. 2.Cleisthenes introduced reforms 3.Rome gave a idea of republic and adopted the green notion rather than the subject of a ruler.
Ooops 2 is 1 and 1 is 2
Ok those can help me construct the 3rd paragraph but first i need a intro sentence for the paragraph
yeah I agree with your answers
Talk about the many influential people and ideals that were introduced in Greece and used still today
@Kakashi-Sama its suppose to be just about then not if it occurs today
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I need help forming 3rd paragraph if you can help i will be at your service literally. Math is my strong suit history not so much. But anyways you think you can help? This is what i have so far: Individuality was important in the development of the Western Political Thought, because it was the basis of democracy. Judeo-Christian tradition, Ancient Greece and Ancient Rome, as well as the English advanced individual rights. In Judeo-Christianity the way they expressed individuality was with the Torah/Bible,also known as the Hebrew Bible and a old testament for Christians. It stated that human beings are created in God’s image.Jesus,also knows as Jesus Christ,explained a personal relationship with God.He claimed to be the son of God. A man named Paul stressed the equality with God.Paul was an apostle and had a major impact on Christianity. He preached in cities and also said that Jesus was the son of God,and died for the people’s sins. In Ancient Greece and Ancient Rome individuality expressed itself by having
Ill repost this so i can make it more organized