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Caffrey Francis November 23, 2010 Dr. Mcquillan T/Th /Time: 4:30-5:45 Third Reflection Paper: Due Thursday, 2 December, 2010 For your third and final reflection paper, I would like you to consider the possibility of self-transformation. Does Lear change as a result of his night in the storm? Does Alcibiades change as a result of his encounter with Socrates? Why and how do these experiences change Lear and Alcibiades? What are the consequences of their respective transformations? For this assignment, you are required to bring two printed copies of your reflection paper to class. One will be
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Unformatted text preview: submitted to me at the beginning of the class. The other will be read by another student as part of our third writing workshop. Attendance and participation in this workshop is mandatory. Does this help? The character and convictions of Alcibiades undergo a great transformation. Forde sees the transformation in Alcibiades as occurring on two levels, “both from a change in heart and from a change in his understanding of the political categories” (Forde, “On the Alcibiades 1 ,” 238)....
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