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The Resource Cycles of American political thought, Joseph F. Kobylka

Cycles of American political thought, Joseph F. Kobylka

Label
Cycles of American political thought
Title
Cycles of American political thought
Statement of responsibility
Joseph F. Kobylka
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
Professor Joseph F. Kobylka, Associate Professor of Political Science, Southern Methodist University covers the history of American political thought in this course of 36 lectures
Member of
Accompanying matter
  • instructional materials
  • historical information
Cataloging source
NTG
Format of music
not applicable
Literary text for sound recordings
  • lectures speeches
  • history
Music parts
not applicable
PerformerNote
Joseph F. Kobylka, lecturer
Series statement
Great courses
Transposition and arrangement
not applicable
Label
Cycles of American political thought, Joseph F. Kobylka
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Note
  • Compact disc
  • "Philosophy & intellectual history"--Container
  • "Course No. 4820."
Accompanying material
3 course guidebooks (22 cm.)
Capture and storage technique
unknown
Carrier category
audio disc
Carrier category code
sd
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Configuration of playback channels
unknown
Content category
spoken word
Content type code
spw
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • disc 3. lecture 5.
  • Expansion and individualism.
  • lecture 6.
  • Revolutionary context
  • disc 4. lecture 7.
  • Road to the Declaration of Independence.
  • lecture 8.
  • A "natural" revolutionary, Thomas Paine
  • disc 5. lecture 9.
  • Unconscious dialectic of Crèvecoeur.
  • pt. 1: disc 1. lecture 1.
  • lecture 10.
  • John Adams, "constitutionalist"
  • disc 6. lecture 11.
  • A political constitution.
  • lecture 12. A philosophical constitution--faction
  • America, the philosophical experiment.
  • lecture 2.
  • Historical baggage
  • disc 2. lecture 3.
  • Theoretical baggage.
  • lecture 4.
  • A Puritan beginning
  • The "genius" of Thomas Jefferson
  • disc 9. lecture 17.
  • Jacksonian democracy, the "people" extended.
  • lecture 18.
  • Iconoclastic individualism, Thoreau
  • disc 10. lecture 19.
  • Inclusionist stirrings, Douglass and Stanton.
  • lecture 20.
  • Organic socialism of Brownson
  • disc 11. lecture 21.
  • pt. 2: disc 7. lecture 13.
  • American Feudalism, the vision of Fitzhugh.
  • lecture 22.
  • Constituionalizing the slave class
  • disc 12. lecture 23.
  • Lincoln's reconstitution of America.
  • lecture 24.
  • Equality in the law and in practice
  • A philosophical constitution--structure.
  • lecture 14.
  • A philosophical constitution--interpretation
  • disc 8.
  • lecture 15.
  • Disorganized losers, The anti-federalists
  • lecture 16.
  • disc 15. lecture 29.
  • Women's movement and the 19th amendment.
  • lecture 30.
  • Eugene V. Debs and working-class socialism
  • disc 16. lecture 31.
  • Hamiltonian means for Jeffersonian ends.
  • lecture 32.
  • FDR, the New Deal, and the Supreme Court
  • disc 17. lecture 33.
  • Racial revolution
  • pt. 3: disc 13. lecture 25.
  • lecture 34.
  • New egalitarianism and freedom
  • disc 18. lecture 35.
  • Reagan revolution.
  • lecture 36.
  • Cycles of American political conversations
  • Social Darwinism and economic laissez-faire.
  • lecture 26.
  • Looking backward, looking forward
  • disc 14. lecture 27.
  • Teddy Roosevelt and progressivism.
  • lecture 28.
  • Supreme Court and laissez-faire
Control code
19523195
Dimensions
4 3/4 in. +
Dimensions
4 3/4 in. or 12 cm. diameter
Extent
18 audio discs
Groove width / pitch
not applicable
Isbn
9781598032635
Isbn Type
(library ed. : set)
Media category
audio
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
s
Other physical details
digital
Publisher number
4820
Special playback characteristics
digital recording
Specific material designation
sound disc
Speed
1.4m. per second (discs)
System control number
  • (OCoLC)z1einp b2733357
  • (OCoLC)85812419
Tape configuration
not applicable
Tape width
not applicable
Label
Cycles of American political thought, Joseph F. Kobylka
Publication
Copyright
Note
  • Compact disc
  • "Philosophy & intellectual history"--Container
  • "Course No. 4820."
Accompanying material
3 course guidebooks (22 cm.)
Capture and storage technique
unknown
Carrier category
audio disc
Carrier category code
sd
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Configuration of playback channels
unknown
Content category
spoken word
Content type code
spw
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • disc 3. lecture 5.
  • Expansion and individualism.
  • lecture 6.
  • Revolutionary context
  • disc 4. lecture 7.
  • Road to the Declaration of Independence.
  • lecture 8.
  • A "natural" revolutionary, Thomas Paine
  • disc 5. lecture 9.
  • Unconscious dialectic of Crèvecoeur.
  • pt. 1: disc 1. lecture 1.
  • lecture 10.
  • John Adams, "constitutionalist"
  • disc 6. lecture 11.
  • A political constitution.
  • lecture 12. A philosophical constitution--faction
  • America, the philosophical experiment.
  • lecture 2.
  • Historical baggage
  • disc 2. lecture 3.
  • Theoretical baggage.
  • lecture 4.
  • A Puritan beginning
  • The "genius" of Thomas Jefferson
  • disc 9. lecture 17.
  • Jacksonian democracy, the "people" extended.
  • lecture 18.
  • Iconoclastic individualism, Thoreau
  • disc 10. lecture 19.
  • Inclusionist stirrings, Douglass and Stanton.
  • lecture 20.
  • Organic socialism of Brownson
  • disc 11. lecture 21.
  • pt. 2: disc 7. lecture 13.
  • American Feudalism, the vision of Fitzhugh.
  • lecture 22.
  • Constituionalizing the slave class
  • disc 12. lecture 23.
  • Lincoln's reconstitution of America.
  • lecture 24.
  • Equality in the law and in practice
  • A philosophical constitution--structure.
  • lecture 14.
  • A philosophical constitution--interpretation
  • disc 8.
  • lecture 15.
  • Disorganized losers, The anti-federalists
  • lecture 16.
  • disc 15. lecture 29.
  • Women's movement and the 19th amendment.
  • lecture 30.
  • Eugene V. Debs and working-class socialism
  • disc 16. lecture 31.
  • Hamiltonian means for Jeffersonian ends.
  • lecture 32.
  • FDR, the New Deal, and the Supreme Court
  • disc 17. lecture 33.
  • Racial revolution
  • pt. 3: disc 13. lecture 25.
  • lecture 34.
  • New egalitarianism and freedom
  • disc 18. lecture 35.
  • Reagan revolution.
  • lecture 36.
  • Cycles of American political conversations
  • Social Darwinism and economic laissez-faire.
  • lecture 26.
  • Looking backward, looking forward
  • disc 14. lecture 27.
  • Teddy Roosevelt and progressivism.
  • lecture 28.
  • Supreme Court and laissez-faire
Control code
19523195
Dimensions
4 3/4 in. +
Dimensions
4 3/4 in. or 12 cm. diameter
Extent
18 audio discs
Groove width / pitch
not applicable
Isbn
9781598032635
Isbn Type
(library ed. : set)
Media category
audio
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
s
Other physical details
digital
Publisher number
4820
Special playback characteristics
digital recording
Specific material designation
sound disc
Speed
1.4m. per second (discs)
System control number
  • (OCoLC)z1einp b2733357
  • (OCoLC)85812419
Tape configuration
not applicable
Tape width
not applicable

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