Humanities 02.20.08

Humanities 02.20.08 - Humanities 02.20.08 Discussion I...

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Humanities 02.20.08 Discussion I. Handbook 29 and 30 a. Singular with singular and plural with plural i. Katherine and Nancy walk to their favorite shop. ii. Everyone is singular iii. Collective pronounce – team, army, staff – singular 1. The army makes the budget for this year. iv. Can switch gender around if the meaning is the same v. Who – people or animal with names vi. Which – place or unnamed animals or things Handbook 30 vii. Don’t use you – too vague – use the readers . . . etc viii.Make it clear and specific II. Aristophanes i. Present a play at a religious festival – everyone was there ii. What is a play like? 1. Everyone is watching 2. A comedy play a. React quickly with a laugh 3. It is democratic 4. Non-intellectually but emotional base 5. Parallel and complements base 6. Traditionalist 7. The plays are competitive iii. How is Socrates like? 1. Conservative with his philosophy a. Abstract philosophy b. Non sensical c. * Irreligious i.
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This note was uploaded on 01/04/2009 for the course HUM 607918 taught by Professor Cox,steven during the Winter '08 term at UCSD.

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Humanities 02.20.08 - Humanities 02.20.08 Discussion I...

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