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CAT1.6 - 5/2/11 Logosyllabic 5/2/11 Symbolic representation...

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5/2/11 Grade Shock Writing well is hard! There’s going to be ways to plump up your grade – the final project, the final exam – but on the writing assignments, we hold you to the standards of this university. If you got a B+ or better for this first summary – congratulations!
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5/2/11 Proust and the Squid
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5/2/11 Walter Ong
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5/2/11 Orality and Literacy: the technologizing of the word
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5/2/11 Primacy of orality
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5/2/11 Characteristics of oral culture
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5/2/11 Scripts A tiny handful of The Greek
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Unformatted text preview: 5/2/11 Logosyllabic 5/2/11 Symbolic representation 5/2/11 Orality versus literacy 5/2/11 Secondary orality 5/2/11 Advertising 5/2/11 Reading the brain 5/2/11 Next lecture and beyond On Friday we will be returning to the arguments about the merits and drawbacks of shifts in technologizing the word by examining Homers Iliad and Socratess objections to writing. Next week and the week after we will be examining the two great shifts, to print and then to digital culture....
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CAT1.6 - 5/2/11 Logosyllabic 5/2/11 Symbolic representation...

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