Aquinas Worksheet 2 (updated).docx - Nate Madison ENG210 Prof Mathai Aquinas Worksheet 1 What do signs do in teaching 2 What is the difference between

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Nate Madison ENG210 Prof. Mathai 2-6-18 Aquinas Worksheet 1 What do “signs” do in teaching? A sign is a way to communicate a specific idea to somebody. It is perceived by using one of the five senses. Signs can come in the form of writing, speaking, hand signals, or any other means of communication. 2 What is the difference between knowledge and signs? A sign is a representation of something. It can only be understood if you have knowledge of the sign and what the sign is representing. If somebody writes that foxes in fables represent slyness, you must be able to read, as well as know what a fox, a fable, and slyness are for you to understand what you read. Knowledge, on the other hand, can be grasped in and of itself. 3 What is the relationship between signs and senses? A sign must be able to be physically interpreted using one or more of the five senses. 4 What is the difference between knowledge in “seminal state” and “actual state”? Knowledge in an actual state is simply something you know. Knowledge in a seminal state is “potential” knowledge. It is able to be understood, but has not been realized yet
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  • Spring '18
  • Vargese Mathai
  • It, Sample, Worksheet, Judson University, ENG210

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