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Hist/S&TS 281, first essay. Using the materials of the course so far, answer the following question. Use your own words to express your ideas, as far as possible; if you need to quote from an article or book, remember to use quotation marks and to provide a reference to the source. Answers should be strong on specifics, with use of examples to illustrate general claims. Your answer should be 1200 words in length, and will be due in your section meeting a week from
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Unformatted text preview: today. *********************************************************** In the Greek knowledge enterprises that we’ve encountered so far in this course, issues of sensory observation have appeared in a variety of contexts. Assess the importance and role of observation in the making of natural knowledge among Greek writers, both in principle (as with Aristotle’s philosophical views on the matter) and in practice....
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