Faculty Mentor(s)

Dr. Barry D. Friedman

Campus

Dahlonega

Subject Area

Political Science

Location

Library 2nd Floor Room 269

Start Date

1-4-2014 11:00 AM

End Date

1-4-2014 12:20 PM

Description/Abstract

This transcript serves to analyze the Protestant Work Ethic in the eyes of political thinkers such as Benjamin Franklin, Cotton Mather, Alexander Hamilton, Thomas Jefferson, and John Winthrop. It is set in modern talk show hosted by Benjamin Franklin and ultimately finds that many of these political philosophers believed that the people’s ‘obligation to work’ would benefit society as a whole.This paper also serves to analyze the political nature of all five politicians and philosophers.

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Apr 1st, 11:00 AM Apr 1st, 12:20 PM

Franklin and Friends: A Discussion of the Protestant Work Ethic

Library 2nd Floor Room 269

This transcript serves to analyze the Protestant Work Ethic in the eyes of political thinkers such as Benjamin Franklin, Cotton Mather, Alexander Hamilton, Thomas Jefferson, and John Winthrop. It is set in modern talk show hosted by Benjamin Franklin and ultimately finds that many of these political philosophers believed that the people’s ‘obligation to work’ would benefit society as a whole.This paper also serves to analyze the political nature of all five politicians and philosophers.

 

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