Political Philosophy II: Theories of Freedom

Political Philosophy II: Theories of Freedom
In a categorically clear, yet intellectual, university-level style, please answer:
-Why do De Tocqueville and Mill think that democracy is a threat to the liberty of the individual? Are they right? To \’Are they right?\’ I\’d like the answer to be yes, naturally, and the thesis statement in the introductory paragraph should broadly assert that. About 2/3 of the body of the essay should back up that argument (Why they are right), with the beginning 1/3 of the body stating/summarising why De Tocqueville and Mill think that democracy can (and does) impede liberty of the individual. Questions to consider while writing:
(1) Is De Tocqueville right to say that we must all take most of our opinions on trust?
*(2) Is De Tocqueville right to imply that \’freedom of the mind\’ is more likely to flourish in an aristocratic society, at least amongst some people? ***
(3) Is De Tocqueville right to say that in an age of equality public opinion will acquire extraordinary power? Main text: -A. De Toqueville – Democracy in America: \’Of the Principle Sources of Belief Amongst Democratic Peoples\’ (Chapter 2a)http://oll.libertyfund.org/titles/tocqueville-democracy-in-america-historical-critical-edition-vol-3 Useful text, to possibly cite and reference in essay: -J.S. Mill – On Liberty Essay 3https://socserv.mcmaster.ca/econ/ugcm/3ll3/mill/liberty.pdf -N. Kolodny – \’Rule Over None I: What Justifies Democracy?\’ Philosophy and Public Affairs 42: 3 (2014): 195-229. -F. Hayek – The Constitution of Liberty Chapter 7. -B. Constant – ‘The Liberty of the Ancients and of the Moderns Compared’http://oll.libertyfund.org/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=1467&Itemid=262V
ery good (modern) illustrative example of argument, to possibly reference in essay: -Black Mirror, Series 3, Episode 1, \”Nosedive\”https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nosedive I\’m also attaching a lecture handout with notes relating to the question.
Firm 2000 word limit. Not including footnotes (footnotes when directly referencing please!) Don\’t forget the philosophical concluding paragraph! Essay Hints: Do not try to cover too much material. For each topic choose 2-3 items from the lists above, reading them each at least twice, and then discuss them slowly and carefully. Carefully define all jargon before using it including ordinary words like ���liberty’ or ‘neutrality’ which philosophers use in a technical sense.
This includes the words in the question. Say exactly how you understand the question. And refer back to the question regularly to be sure you are answering it. Give your essay a clear and explicit structure, one outlined at the start. Try to avoid a list structure: ‘A says’, ‘B says’, ‘C says’ etc. It encourages summary. Do not just summarise the material you have read, analyse it.
Do not quote a passage unless (a) you want to disagree with it or else (b) you want to argue that it should be interpreted in a certain way. If you simply want to endorse the point it is making, put the point in your own words and then add a reference to the passage in question. This shows that you understand the point being made. Illustrate all abstract points with concrete examples, preferably your own. The main objective is to expound the material you read in a way that shows you understand it. Do not presuppose understanding in the reader.
If you don’t explain something, the reader may suspect that this is because you don’t really understand it yourself. You get no credit just for mentioning lots of points without explaining them properly. Proof read before submission. A spell check takes seconds and a grammar check will spot missing words, phrases cut and pasted into the wrong place etc. Such mistakes may make it hard to understand what you are saying. Overall looking for: Thorough understanding of the relevant material and issues demonstrating insight and a good level of evaluation; Comprehensive range of relevant literature, evidence is used to support arguments, awareness of wider issues; Clear, logical and integrated presentation.Develop a beverage business plan, research the alcohol laws related to a specific state,

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