3 March 2100 - ProsecuTon defense A defense B • MoTve Can...

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ENVS 2100 Environment & Culture 3 March 2014 FES Reads edition, with special guests Cate Sandilands and Peter Timmerman
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Menu: Announcements Introduction: Peter Timmerman Tiger on trial: Jen Cypher & students Break Literary significance: Cate Sandilands Questions, comments, further musings: everyone Reading report assignment handed out, reading tips for next week
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Tiger on trial. Did the tiger murder Markov and Pochepnya?
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Three groups Group 1, the prosecution. The tiger murdered Markov and Pochepnya Group 2, the defense. The tiger killed, but did not murder Markov and Pochepnya. Group 3, defense B. The tiger killed Markov and Pochepnya in self defense.
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In each case you must show Motive, or lack thereof Intention, or lack thereof Responsibility, or lack thereof
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Order of proceedings Intention. Can the tiger be an intentional killer?
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Unformatted text preview: ProsecuTon, defense A, defense B. • MoTve. Can the Tger have a moTve, and if so what is it? ProsecuTon, defense A, defense B. • Responsibility. Can the Tger be held responsible for his acTons? ProsecuTon, defense A, defense B. • Punishment. Is the Tger’s punishment just? ProsecuTon, defense A, defense B. *Evidence must be presented in each case. Bonus round! Does it change maTers to know that the ±ger ate his vic±ms? Donna Haraway for next week • In what ways do you feel like a cyborg, or not? Bring some examples to class. • How does what she writes about becoming a cyborg trouble the ideas we’ve been discussing about the boundaries between ‘real’ nature and ‘arTFcial’ nature? • How are means/ends relaTonships changed by our cyborg status?...
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