2011.01.10 - COGN 20 Monday 10 January 2011 First Writing...

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COGN 20 Monday 10 January 2011
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First Writing Assignment Personal Essay 500-600 Words Must engage CRITICALLY Automatic Extension: Now Due Friday Due at the BEGINNING of LECTURE
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The Three “I”s Interpretation -------------Theory & Production ------------- Institutions Inter-subjectivity
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What is “blindness”?
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“The Country of the Blind” “The names for all the things of sight had faded and changed” (p. 8). “Blind men of genius [ ] had dismissed all these things [of sight] as idle fancies and replaced them with new and saner explanations” (p. 8). “‘What is blind?’ asked the blind man” (p. 10). “In order to cure him completely, all that we need to do is [ ] remove [his eyes]. Then he will be perfectly sane, and a quite admirable citizen” (p. 16).
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defamiliarize to make something common seem unfamiliar or strange to take something taken for granted and make it seem unusual or unexpected to complicate some aspect of the everyday
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The Nacerima
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