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Compose and answer one original question per group below: Group 1: Aristotle or Mill (Pick one; both author's files are attached below) Group 2: Sartre (Sarte's file is attached below) Q&A Discussion Forum: You will be asked to come up with two original questions based on the work of two different authors in each week’s required readings. Think about what stood out to you in the works in question—what ideas, theories, or approaches did you find to be interesting, engaging, or perhaps intriguing or challenging? (See each Discussion Forum for the specific authors or works you may select from in forming your questions.)
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Your task is then to do your best to answer each of your own questions as incisively and thoroughly as possible within a word-count range of around 350-500 words maximum (posts with fewer than 250 words will not receive any credit). The word count includes your question but not any citations. You must cite at least one source, which will be the particular
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  • Fall '16
  • Christopher L. Litten, MA, Ph.D.

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