CES Final Reflection - Matt Koziol CES 101 Section 3 Final...

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Matt Koziol CES 101 Section 3 Final Reflection Paper Let me start by just saying how intriguing this class was this semester. I’ve never really had a class that challenged so many dominant institutions and systems. Like Dr. Carlos Adams put it “while you learn in this class you should be unlearning some of the assumptions and myths…you bring into the class.” This was definitely the case for me in this class. I didn’t really realize it until about three quarters of the way through the semester. It is impossible for this class to be successful without students being willing to question there own ideas and assumptions which may have never been questioned or even thought about before. We’re not learning new material, but instead challenging old, deeply engrained ideologies. Throughout this entire semester we covered many issues. A large wealth of knowledge was passed on. The two main issues that really interested me were colonialism and racism as a system. Both are things I had never thought about at all and really intrigued me. I still remember the day when you presented the idea of capitalism being racist. I
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This essay was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course PHI 101 taught by Professor Wilson,sky during the Spring '07 term at Washington State University .

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CES Final Reflection - Matt Koziol CES 101 Section 3 Final...

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