English Writing Paper 2 - REV

English Writing Paper 2 - REV - NAME MOHAMED RAJANI COURSE...

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NAME: MOHAMED RAJANI COURSE: ENGLISH 101–EC INSTRUCTOR: MS. MARCIA GOTTSCHALL DATE: 11 SEPTEMBER 2008 PERSONAL IDEAS AND REFLECTIONS ON CLASS READINGS We always express our feelings and thoughts with others. At times these thoughts are influenced by unawareness or double standards. When we express thoughts that are mere perceptions without the support of facts or experience, William Golding labels them as “grade-three thinking” in Thinking as a Hobby. Most of us indulge in grade-three thinking in our daily lives. Our expressions are often distant from our beliefs. We do not practice what we preach. On the political front, we see leaders making statements of their commitment to the rule of law, both national and international, yet their actions reveal anything but their commitment. Politicians in their campaigns inform voters of their pledge to reform and conform to the people’s interests, yet we see them honoring the interests of the powerful minority – and themselves. This is the norm in my home country, Tanzania. But is not limited to certain countries, it is universal.
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This note was uploaded on 04/09/2009 for the course ENG ENG 101 taught by Professor Marciagotschall during the Fall '08 term at SUNY Plattsburgh.

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