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Thursday, October 2, 2014

Section 14 Group 1

Whenever our group decides to be peripatetic, we often forget to assign our author post...so...
my part of the group (our midterm group) solidified our plans for our midterm (finally!), and then we moved into a discussion that sprouted from the idea of Machiavellian politics. The debate went a bit off topic (it moved into some modern issues, but it was a productive discussion, overall), but our group made a collective effort to have input into the discussion. I'm sure the girls in our group had a very productive conversation, and maybe we could break down the gender barrier in our group once in a while???? (Boy vs. Girls) I'd like to be peripatetic with the other side, if they would allow me!

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  1. FQ: Who had produced the theory, "I Think, therefore I Am" ?
    DQ: We do already give up some freedom by living in the American society, but do we give up too much freedom? (Free international travel, privacy) or not enough? (Right to bear arms, some due process cases...)

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  2. FQ: Hobbes believed all aspects of human existence, even thinking, were _______ activities.

    DQ: How much control should a leader or "sovereign" have over their people? What laws or practices would you change in our own government?

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  3. "Whenever our group decides to be peripatetic, we often forget to assign our author post..."

    And that's why we should always fill out the Peripatetic Form, which requires the assignment of an AUTHOR.

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