Anyway, getting back to Pirsig for the moment, I have a list of some of the topics he assigned students to write on. Like write on your thumbnail. Or a penny. Or an article from Harper's Magazine. Or write a 350 word essay answering the question, “What is quality in thought and statement.” Or narrow it (your topic) down to the front of one.
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A friend who read an earlier draft of this essay suggested that it could use some “thematic discipline.” To my mind this would mean breaking the work into pieces, each to be expanded into its own essay. I am loath to think that anything here should simply be deleted, although I might have less interest in some of those separate essays than in others. Another friend independently alerted me.
For some, aesthetics is considered a synonym for the philosophy of art since Hegel, while others insist that there is a significant distinction between these closely related fields.In practice, aesthetic judgement refers to the sensory contemplation or appreciation of an object (not necessarily an art object), while artistic judgement refers to the recognition, appreciation or criticism of art.
Penny Arcade Forums. 'Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance' Robert M. Pirsig - Not my favorite, but a semi-classic themed to modern existentialism in America. (DO NOT READ THE FORWARD BY THIS AUTHOR) 'Mists of Avalon' Marion Zimmer Bradley - Feminist reconstruction of Arthurian legend. 'Childhood's End' Arthur C. Clark - short, easy to read classic and a great Jungian psychology sci-fi.
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Many authors have argued that formative assessment—that is in-class assessment of students by teachers in order to guide future learning (ie assessment for learning rather than assessment of learning)—is an essential feature of effective pedagogy. However, empirical evidence for its utility has, in the past, been widely distributed and rather difficult to locate. For example, two review.
Pirsig, in Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance makes a convincing case that the Sophists were passionately concerned with values. Like Nietzsche, their modern counterpart, who repeatedly portrays nihilism as the greatest threat to human culture, the Sophists saw values as ultimately coming from us rather than from a Platonic Heaven.
In most narratives, there's an element of trust that the person telling you the story is telling the truth, at least as far as they know it. This trope occurs when that convention is discarded. The narrator's facts contradict each other. If you ask them to go back a bit and retell it, the events come out a little differently. It can be like dealing with a used-car salesman -- there's a real.
Different books give you different things. I’ve read quite a few books so far. Some of them were fun to read, some of them not so much. For a few of them, it was hard to turn the last page, and luckily, only for very few, the last page didn’t come.
In fact, the unreliable narrator is such a common trope in Assis' novels that the exception itself is worth mentioning: in The Posthumous Memoirs of Bras Cubas the narrator is more reliable than any other simply because he is dead. Thus he doesn't care about his life anymore and doesn't try to deceive the reader. Sometimes he stumbles at points where he had lied to himself, and even in death.
Readings in Artificial Intelligence focuses on the principles, methodologies, advancements, and approaches involved in artificial intelligence. The selection first elaborates on representations of problems of reasoning about actions, a problem similarity approach to devising heuristics, and optimal search strategies for speech understanding control. Discussions focus on comparison with.
Reading John D’Agata’s new booklong essay “About a Mountain” is like finding your GPS on the fritz, getting lost, and then, suddenly, realizing you’re on the right road after all, and.