TTC - History of Freedom

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TTC - History of Freedom
TTC - History of Freedom
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It can be argued that one simple idea the concept of freedom has been the driving force of Western civilization and may be the most influential intellectual force the world has ever known. But what is freedom, exactly? Join historian and classical scholar J. Rufus Fears as he tells freedom's dramatic story from ancient Greece to our own day, exploring a concept so close to us we may never have considered it with the thoroughness it deserves.
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36 lectures
30 minutes each

1
The Birth of Freedom
2
Athenian Democracy
3
Athens-Freedom and Cultural Creativity
4
Athenian Tragedy-Education for Freedom
5
Socrates on Trial
6
Alexander the Great
7
The Roman Republic
8
Julius Caesar
9
Freedom in the Roman Empire
10
Rome-Freedom and Cultural Creativity
11
Gibbon on Rome's Decline and Fall
12
Jesus
13
Jesus and Socrates
14
Paul the Apostle
15
Freedom in the Middle Ages
16
Luther and the Protestant Reformation
17
From Machiavelli to the Divine Right of Kings
18
The Anglo-American Tradition of Liberty

19
The Shot Heard 'Round the World
20
The Tyranny of George III
21
What the Declaration of Independence Says
22
Natural Law and the Declaration
23
Miracle at Philadelphia
24
What the Constitution Says
25
The Bill of Rights
26
Liberty and Lee at Gettysburg
27
Liberty and Lincoln at Gettysburg
28
FDR and the Progressive Tradition
29
Why the French Revolution Failed
30
The Liberal Tradition
31
Churchill and the War for Freedom
32
The Illiberal Tradition
33
Hitler and the War Against Freedom
34
The Cold War
35
Civil Disobedience and Social Change
36
Freedom and the Lessons of History





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