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Constitutional Philosophy: Jon Roland, Lecture 3, 2012/12/01

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Published on Dec 2, 2012

Jon Roland examines political philosophy with a focus on legitimacy, how it is achieved and lost, and what can be done if it is. Lecture 3. 2012/12/01. Austin Philosophy Discussion Group.

Slide file http://constitution.org/col/jdr/con_p...
Lecture 1: http://youtu.be/43mKmNZCT3E
Lecture 2: http://youtu.be/nVvPQ5q9IYA

Correction: John Marshall was not first Supreme Court chief justice.

Cited episode of Ventura Conspiracy Theory http://www.conspiracytheoryjesseventu...

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