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Leaman 1 Sandi Leaman Phil 218: Feminism: Theory and Practice Dr. Meagher September 4, 2007 HQ 1 On a daily basis, human beings converse with each other. Speaking and discussing matters big or small is our highly evolved means of communicating and learning. Each person, unique and opinionated, has a lot to offer to another person. After all, we ultimately search to understand and be understood. The spice of life as some may say. Influenced by a little bit of nature and nurture, we develop our own sense of morals, ways of thinking, and philosophies on life. The more variety added to the plate means better discussions, and more opportunity to learn and grow. In order to effectively open up lines of communication an idle environment is necessary to fully awake the mind. Some discussions may not hold much value, while others have the power to ignite our spirits. Why is this? Some people may shy away from discussion because they feel the do not have anything to offer, or their afraid of confrontation. But, how can a person understand and be understood if people are too
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