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Unformatted text preview: in the moment of decision, skeptical, puzzled, and unresolved". Burke concludes from this that there are positive implications to man being a creature of prejudice, rather than reason and that is only through the existence of prejudice that duty becomes a part of nature. He links prejudice to every part of our daily lives, stating that it is convention and habit that generate our social behaviour and our interaction with society through virtually instinctive responses, and these responses, according to Burke, are also known under one name prejudice. 12 May 2009...
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- Summer '08