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Low Rise 6-6364 Cornell University Ithaca, NY 14853 November 14, 2006 Dear Pierce Brosnan: Vegas Times Mr. Brosnan, I by all means understand the consideration and scrutiny involved in selecting the weekly editorials. Let me reassure you, as a recent publisher who was in charge of editorial submissions, that my editorial, G?d , will go above and beyond your expectations. In a world riddled with the battles between science and G-d, my submission will not only captive Vegas Times ’ current subscribers, but all of the controversial points expressed will evoke even more readers to anticipate my next editorial which will thus amplify subscription sales. The question of G-d, which looms above our heads to this day, is scrutinized
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Unformatted text preview: throughout one of the 18 th centurys greatest works, The Persian Letters (1721) . Is G-d Allah? Is G-d Yawabh? Is there even a G-d? How are we to live our lives? What are we to do? What are we not to do? These are the questions running through the minds of Vegas Times teenage target audience. If published, G?d will ease and direct readers to answer these questions with the help of 18 th century philosophers, literary works, and contemporary reasoning. Thank you for considering my submission and ; I highly anticipate our initial meeting. Sincerely yours, Armand Editorialist...
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This essay was uploaded on 12/11/2007 for the course PHIL 2630 taught by Professor Pereboom, d during the Fall '07 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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