Unformatted text preview: negative “revenge effects” which Tenner discusses throughout his essay? 5. Name some examples of “the single-minded overextension of a good thing” (727) in Singer and Mason’s essay. 6. How do both Tenner and Singer and Mason define the cultural change that could prevent further regression? 7. Explain the process by which people and animals are turned into things using the logic of Tenner’s argument, and his terms, applied to the emotional and economic effects described in Singer and Mason’s essay. 8. What types of constant “vigilance” (731) need to be exercised in both the Tenner and Singer and Mason essays, and what impact does this have on peoples’ abilities to know their own needs and to control their own impulses to compete and consume?...
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This note was uploaded on 02/18/2011 for the course ENG 101 taught by Professor Sierra during the Spring '08 term at Rutgers.
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