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ENVS 2100 Environment & Culture 8 February 2016
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Menu Housekeeping Announcements Timed writing Arendt & Heidegger Check in on projects
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Arendt, section 12 Different forms of “thingness” are proposed. What are they? What is the difference between work and labour? What is the difference between the products of work and the products of labour? What are the “products” of action and speech, and how are they made tangible?
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How do Arendt’s notion of “thingness” or products of work/labour/action/speech related to Benjamin’s ideas about art and mechanical reproduction?
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Arendt, section 25 Let’s go back to King for a moment. What was King saying happens when we tell stories? What is Arendt saying happens when we tell stories? How does this line up with or differ from what King says?
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“Although everybody started (their) life by inserting (them)self into the human world through action and speech, nobody is the author or producer of (their) own life story.” (p 184)
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Who or what produces your story?
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