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Monday, February 10, 2014

TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA PHILOSOPHERS

Hi all you teenage MUTANT NINJA PHILOSOPHERS (I use "teenage" loosely)
+Sorry for being so late with this blog post // I've had a busy weekend & my router has decided to quit working on me -- how nice. 

+Wednesday in class we discussed what book we are going to cover for our paper & I have to say, I'm preeeetty excited about it. Lower, I posted a link that will take you to a pretty neat blog post about Walter White.



+We also discussed who would read what section of each book. We will probably discuss this during class and our allotted group time. 

+Here's an interesting link to a blog that someone posted about Walter White's "Sacred Life"
I found it very interesting: although I did watch this show religiously.
REALLY COOL BLOG -- click there.

So long!
--Jasmine

5 comments:

  1. DQ: Would America work better as a separate republics?
    FQ: Who said the U.S. would operate better as "a dozen constituent republics?" A: George Kennan

    Link: To celebrate our new name: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WDQzALOH9iU

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  2. FQ: William James said "to be a real philosopher" all you needed was "_______"
    Answer. "to hate someone else's thinking."
    DQ: To quote William James, "to be a real philosopher" all you needed was "to hate someone else's thinking." Do you agree with this statement, why or why not?

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  3. From the reading:
    FQ: What is the main teaching of "scepticism" ?
    DQ: Is scepticism an "easy" way to think?

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  4. http://books.google.com/books?id=49tXR1Ok6poC&pg=PP32&lpg=PP32&dq=introducing+african+and+female+philosophers+to+america&source=bl&ots=qLSOKeQm4u&sig=Th-6bDpRFM8_M5VxMd58vnAkBSI&hl=en&sa=X&ei=10b5UqiYDcj70wHt-ICACg&ved=0CCcQ6AEwAA

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  5. Yousef Al-Ansari4:00 PM CST

    FQ: Where has Scepticism been popular for 'several hundred years'?
    DQ: What do you guys think about scepticism? I think its pretty cool.

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